Arnab Goswami Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth, Profession, Work, Awards and More

Biography of Arnab Goswami.

Who is Arnab Goswami?

Arnab Goswami is an Indian journalist and television news anchor. He is the managing director of the news channel Republic TV, in which he collaborated with Rajeev Chandrasekhar.

From 2006 to 2016, Goswami was editor-in-chief and a news anchor of the Indian news channels Times Now and ET Now. On Times Now, he revealed The Newshour, a live debate. He also hosted a special television program. On 1 November 2016, Goswami resigned as Editor-in-Chief of Times Now. Their news channel Republic TV was launched on 6 May 2017.

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Personal Information

Name Arnab Goswami
BirthDay 7 March 1973
Age 48
Birth Place Guwahati, Assam, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Editor-in-chief and Editor-in-chief in Republic TV
Citizenship India
Parent's Manoranjan Goswami and Suprabha Gain- Goswami
Year active 1995-Present
Height 1.8 m
Net Worth 253 Crore INR

Birth and family of Arnab Goswami: -

Goswami was born on 7 March 1973 in Guwahati, Assam to an Assamese family.

His maternal grandfather Rajni Kanta Goswami was a lawyer. His maternal grandfather, Gaurishankar Bhattacharya, was an elected MLA of the Communist Party of India and served as the Leader of the Opposition in Assam for many years. Goswami's father Manoranjan Goswami served in the army before joining the Bharatiya Janata Party, he lost to Congress candidate Bhubaneswar Kalita in the 1998 Lok Sabha elections for Guwahati constituency. Goswami's mother Suprabha Gain-Goswami is a writer.

Goswami's maternal uncle, Siddharth Bhattacharya is a BJP MLA from Gauhati East constituency, before heading Sarbananda Sonowal in 2015, he was the head of the party's Assam unit.

Education of Arnab Goswami: -

As his father was an army officer, Arnab spent his childhood in different cities to participate in various cities. He completed his higher education from Mount St. Mary's School, Delhi Cantonment and attended the Central School, Jabalpur Cantonment to pursue his senior secondary education. When he was in the 6th grade, he developed an interest in debate. Goswami has a bachelor's degree in sociology from Hindu College, University of Delhi. He completed his master's in social anthropology from Oxford University, England.

Arnab has done politics in his life, as he comes from a family with a political background. But he has always tried to stay away from his family's political connections.

Biography of Arnav Goswami: -

Original name of Arnav Goswami: - Arnav Goswami

Business of Arnav Goswami: - Journalist / news anchor and editor in chief

Father of Arnav Goswami: - Manoranjan Goswami (Retired Colonel and Politician)

Mother of Arnav Goswami: - Suprabha Goswami

Wife of Arnav Goswami: - PP Goswami

Brother of Arnav Goswami: - Not Known

Sister of Arnav Goswami: - 1 (Indian Defense Service)

Body composition of Arnav Goswami: - Length (approx) of Arnav Goswami: - 180 Cm, 1.80 m, 5 '11 ”ft

Weight / weight (approx.) Of Arnav Goswami: - 78 kg

Chest of Arnav Goswami: - 42 inches

Arnav Goswami's waist: 35 inches

Arnav Goswami's dough: - 12 inches

Eye color of Arnav Goswami: - Black

Hair color of Arnav Goswami: - Black

Horoscope of Arnav Goswami: - Libra

Religion of Arnav Goswami: - Hindu

Caste of Arnav Goswami: - Brahmin

Hobby of Arnav Goswami: - Reading and writing books

Career in NDTV: -

Arnab Goswami started his career at The Telegraph in Kolkata before joining NDTV in 1995. He later shifted his career to TV news broadcast with NDTV 24 × 7 in 1995, where he ignored dailies and reporting for News Tonight for a program broadcast on DD Metro. Later as news editor, he was part of NDTV's team during the transition from program producer to 24-hour mode in 1998. He hosted the Newshour Show every week night. Newshour was the longest running news analysis shown on any channel (1998–2003). As a Senior Editor with NDTV 24 × 7, he was responsible for the entire editorial content of the channel.

He hosted a channel's top rated news analysis show Newsnight, which won him an award for Asia's Best News Anchor at the 2004 Asian Television Awards.

Career in Times Now: -

Since 2006, Goswami was editor-in-chief and a news anchor of Times Now's news channel. His show has featured notable personalities such as Parvez Musharraf. He also organized a special event 'Frankly Speaking with Arnab', in which Benazir Bhutto and former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, former Foreign Minister Dalai Lama The former head of state of the Tibetan government was the retired head of state, former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and he was the first person to interview Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the first time. He has also written a book titled Terrorism 'Combating Terrorism: The Legal Challenge'. On 1 November 2016, Goswami resigned as Editor-in Chief of Times Now.

Career in Republic TV: -

Goswami is the Managing Director, Editor-in-Chief and co-founder of Republic TV, a news channel that launched on 6 May 2017. Within a week of its launch, Republic TV topped the BARC charts for viewership among India's English news channels.

His show 'The Debate with Arnab Goswami' debates political, social and current issues at 9 am and 10 pm daily, showcasing notable personalities from diverse fields. He is a special show Nation Wants to Know, in which he has featured prominent figures like Yogi Adityanath, Arun Jaitley, Amit Shah, A. R. Rahman and Hrithik Roshan.

Tharoor defamation case: -

On May 26, 2017, MP Shashi Tharoor filed a defamation case against Goswami in the Delhi High Court in connection with the story of Republic TV, the alleged truth behind the death of Shashi's wife Sunanda Pushkar, where her channel claimed that Tharoor was associated with the death of his wife. On May 29, 2017, Delhi High Court issued notice to Arnab and his news channel Republic TV on Shashi Tharoor's defamation petition.

Award of Arnav Goswami: -

2003 - Asian Television Award (Runner up) for Best Presenter or Anchor

2007 - Society Young Achievers Award for Excellence in Media

2010 - Assamese of the Year Award by News Live

2010 - Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism (TV) by Indian Express Group

Controversy of Arnav Goswami: -

He has been criticized by a section of the society for his style in a TV panel discussion. Communist Party of India activist Kavita Krishnan criticized her and Patel for identifying rape accused as rapist and terrorist. She has been criticized by a section of the society for her style in the TV panel discussion. Communist Party of India activist Kavita Krishnan criticized him and Patel for identifying rape accused as rapist and terrorist.

His channel Republic TV received a notice from the NBSA (News Instituting Standards Authority) showing a full-screen apology from the channel for using the words "vulgar thug," "pervert," "sexist," lewd, "goons" Has been. Has been asked to do. , "Hyena," and "anti-Indian", which Arnab did during one of his shows. Was used against a person named Singh.

In 2015, while he was on his way to Mumbai from Worli, he saw a trader Lamborghini driving at a very high speed towards the Bandra Worli Sea Link. Due to this, Arnav informed the police of this incident. As a result, the businessman was arrested by the police.

In May 2017, The Bennett Coleman & Company Limited, also known as The Times Now Group, filed a police complaint against Arnab Goswami (former editor-in-chief of The Times Now Group), alleging theft, intellectual property. The breach of rights, a claim to be criminal was a breach of trust and some other charges.

On May 26, 2017, Congress MP Shashi Tharoor filed a defamation suit in the Delhi High Court against Arnab's TV channel, Republic TV, for the inclusion of Tharoor for his wife's death.

Ideals of Arnab Goswami: -

He considers the late singer of Assam, the late Bhupen Hazarika as his idol.