Top 5 Most Powerful Indian Journalist

Journalism has taken a new edge in this era. The people are rather more affected by the spokesperson than by the news itself. The debates of the news channels are watched with high concentration and all this is just due to the efficient Journalists.

A list of the famous Indian Journalists who leave their words in the mouth of others:

Barkha Dutt : Top 5 Most Powerful Indian Journalist

 

If it’s about media it has to be about NDTV and if it’s about NDTV its obviously about Barkha Dutt.

She completed her graduation and post-graduation from St. Stephens and Jamia Milia respectively.Barkha Dutt She even attended the Columbia University of Journalism.

Rajdeep Sardesai: Top 5 Most Powerful Indian Journalist

Rajdeep Sardesai one of the most efficient and admired journalist of India, graduated from St. Xaviers College, Mumbai. He got his masters degree from the Oxford University. He has a great experience in the line of media.

He has started his personal newscast channel, ‘Broadcast News’,and it  will be sponsored by Raghav Bahl of CNBC TV18.

Vikram Chandra : Top 5 Most Powerful Indian Journalist

Vikram Chandra a renowned face from channel NDTV. With an era’s knowledge in the field of journalism Vikram Chandra, is one famous journalist. He did his Graduation in Economics from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi and for further studies he went to Oxford. He refined his mass media talents at the Stanford University.

Shireen Bhan:Top 5 Most Powerful Indian Journalist

This lady has taken place in the hearts and minds of the Indian viewers. She Graduated from St.Stephen’s College andfor further studies went to Pune. She has worked with CNBC TV18 and UTV.

Named as the ‘FICCI Woman of the Year 2005’, this woman has changed the level of thinking and has taken journalism a step ahead.

Udayan Mukherjee : Top 5 Most Powerful Indian Journalist

The bug of the stock market, Udayan Mukherjee is a genius. He is good economist and a better anchor. He Graduated in Economics Vikram Chandrafrom Presidency College, located in Kolkata and for his master’s degree he went to JNU in New Delhi.

He initiated his profession with UTV and later hinged with CNBC Asia. He is now a part of the CNBC Research team.

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