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List of Indian journalists






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List of Indian journalists includes all journalists from India who write in one of many official languages of the nation. The journalists in the list have been recognised in one of the following ways:
  1. Indian journalists who have made influential people lists: Ramnath Goenka made India Today's list of 100 most influential people in modern India. WAN-IFRA has profiled Ramnath Goenka, V. K. Hamzah, Kalki Krishnamurthy, and Bal Thackeray.
  2. International award winners from India: Arun Shourie is the only Indian journalist listed as a World Press Freedom hero.[1] Winners of the Ramon Magsaysay Award for Journalism, Literature and Creative Communication Arts include Amitabha Chowdhury (1961), Boobli George Verghese (1975), Gour Kishore Ghosh (1981), Arun Shourie (1982), R. K. Laxman (1984), Palagummi Sainath (2007).
  3. Journalists from India who were confirmed killed, murdered or assassinated while working or as a result of their journalism. Their status is typically confirmed by the Committee to Protect Journalists, Reporters Without Borders, International Federation of Journalists and International Press Institute.
  4. Subjective lists of important Indian journalists: One article lists Barkha Dutt, Rajdeep Sardesai, Vikram Chandra (NDTV), Shireen Bhan, and Udayan Mukherjee as the top five journalists of India, while a list by the same media outlet adds Karan Thapar.[2][3]

A

  • Alfred D'Cruz, the first Indian sub-editor of The Times of India, Mumbai in 1947, when Britishers Sir Francis Low was the Editor and Claude Scott was the News Editor. Editor of The Times of India Directory & Yearbook 1984.[4] Co-author of 'Saligao: Focus on a Picturesque Goan Village'. Awarded posthumously the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Journalist Association of India in 2012[5] and the Laxmidas Borkar Memorial Award in 2013.[6]
  • V. K. Hamzah Abbas,[7] an editor of the award-winning, Malayalam-language newspaper Madhyamam Daily
  • M. J. Akbar, Mobashar Jawed Akbar, (11 January 1951– ) an English-language journalist and editor-in-chief for the The Sunday Guardian and Deccan Chronicle (Hyderabad)
  • Javed Anand, (ca. 1950– ) an alternative journalist, co-founder of Sabrang Communications, and co-editor of Communalism Combat, who is married to journalist Teesta Setalvad. The couple shared the Maharana Mewar Foundation's Hakim Khan Sur Award in 1999.[8]

B

  • Dakshinaranjan Basu, a journalist from Kolkata (The namesake of the Dakshinaranjan Basu Memorial Award)[9]
  • Shireen Bhan, an executive editor who was named as a 2009 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader[2][3][10]
  • Anubha Bhonsle, a television and print journalist, a winner of the Ramnath Goenka Award for Best Political Reporter, 2012 and the Chameli Devi Award for Woman Media Person of the Year, 2014.[11]
  • Praful Bidwai (ca 1949– ), a journalist and activist against nuclear armaments, a past recipient of the C H Mohammed Koya National Journalism Award,[12] who along with Achin Vanaik won the 2000 Sean McBride Peace Prize.

C

  • Vikram Chandra (NDTV) (7 January 1967– ), a journalist, anchor, and group CEO at NDTV, and his mother is former journalist Nandini Chandra[2]
  • Devyani Chaubal (1942–1995), Indian film journalist and columnist of 60s and 70s.
  • Amitabha Chowdhury, winner of the 1961 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Journalism[13]
  • Shoma Chaudhury, managing editor of the Indian daily Tehelka. She has won Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Awards for print journalism in 2007,[14] the Chameli Devi Award in 2009,[15] and the Mumbai Press Club Award for Political Writing in 2012 on Soni Sori titled, 'The Inconvenient Truth of Soni Sori'.[16]

D

  • Sucheta Dalal (ca 1962– ), an influential female columnist, who is the winner of the civilian award Padma Shri in 2006[17]
  • Swapan Dasgupta (3 September 1955– ), a senior editor at multiple major newspapers in India and TV personality
  • Jyotirmoy Dey, an investigative journalist who was murdered 11 June 2011[18][19] and posthumously awarded the Prem Bhatia Award in 2011 for political reporter of the year, which he shared with Josy Joseph (see below)[20]
  • Bahar Dutt, an environmental and wildlife journalist and editor for CNN-IBN Live and winner of multiple awards, including the 2006 Ramnath Goenka Award for excellence in environmental reporting,[21] as well as sister of Barkha Dutt
  • Barkha Dutt of NDTV, one of India's most well-known female journalists[2][3] and a past recipient of the C H Mohammed Koya National Journalism Award,[22] as well as sister of Bahar Dutt and daughter of early female Indian journalist Prabha Dutt

E

F

G

H

  • Barjinder Singh Hamdard Editor-in-chief of the largest selling Punjabi-language newspaper, Daily Ajit, from Jalandhar.

I

J

  • Yusuf Jameel,[27] Kashmiri, winner of the 1996 CPJ International Press Freedom Award
  • Josy Joseph, Ramnath Goenka Journalist of the Year (print) Award Winner and Prem Bhatia Award Winner[28]

K

  • B. K. Karanjia (1919–2012), Indian film journalist and editor, Filmfare and Screen, chairman NFDC
  • Kalki Krishnamurthy,[7] a well-known Tamil editor, columnist and the founder of Kalki magazine

L

  • R. K. Laxman,[29] winner of the 1984 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Journalism, Literature, and Creative Communication Arts

M

  • Ashok Malik a former editor for English-language newsapper The Pioneer and current editor for Niti Central
  • Annamma Mathew (22 March 1922 – 10 July 2003), chief editor of the Malayalam-language Vanitha women's magazine for Malayala Manorama and wife of K. M. Mathew
  • K. M. Mathew (2 January 1917 – 1 August 2010), known as the chief editor of Malayala Manorama, which has the largest circulation of any Malayalam-language newspaper, and husband of Annamma Mathew
  • Javed Ahmed Mir,[30] killed 13 August 2008
  • Rajesh Mishra,[31] killed 1 March 2012
  • Inder Malhotra, received the Ramnath Goenka Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013[28]
  • Udayan Mukherjee[2] 2012, Ramnath Goenka Awards and he is Managing Editor for CNBC India

N

  • S. Jayachandran Nair, editor of the Malayalam journal Samakalika Malayalam Vaarika, who is a past recipient of the C H Mohammed Koya National Journalism Award,[12]
  • A G Noorani (16 September 1930– ), a columnist, as well as a historian and lawyer, who is a past recipient of the C H Mohammed Koya National Journalism Award,[12]

O

  • Om Thanvi, Hindi journalist. Executive Editor for Jansatta, Hindi daily of The Indian Express group.

P

Q

R

S

  • Palagummi Sainath,[39] winner of the 2007 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Journalism, Literature, and Creative Communication Arts
  • Rajdeep Sardesai (24 May 1965– ), editor-in-chief at IBN18 Network,[2][3] who is a past recipient of the C H Mohammed Koya National Journalism Award,[12]
  • Niranjan Sengupta, a former president of the National Union of Journalist (India) (Namesake of the "Niranjan Sengupta Memorial Award")[9]
  • Teesta Setalvad, an award-winning alternative journalist and human rights activist,[40][41] co-founder of Sabrang Communications, and co-editor of Communalism Combat
  • Arun Shourie,[1][42] is a World Press Freedom hero and winner of the 1982 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Journalism, Literature, and Creative Communication Arts
  • Vijay Pratap Singh,[43] killed 20 July 2010
  • Puripanda Appala Swamy (13 November 1904 – 18 November 1982), a Telugu writer, journalist and editor
  • Sayyid Ahmedullah Qadri ( 9 August 1909 – 5 October 1985), recipient of PadmaShri Awardee in 1966, MLC, Member of State Library Hyderabad, Chairman of Hajj Committee, Andhra Pradesh.

T

U

V

  • Boobli George Verghese,[44] winner of the 1975 Ramon Magsaysay Award for Journalism, Literature, and Creative Communication Arts

W

XYZ

See also

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