Arnab Goswami

Republic TV’s editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami arrives to appear before NM Joshi police station for questioning, in Mumbai. Several FIRs were filed against Goswami for allegedly defaming Congress Interim President Sonia Gandhi.

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Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in a meeting with a delegation of News Broadcasters Federation represented by its President Arnab Goswami (2nd L), the Vice Presidents Jagi M Panda (2nd R) and Sanjive Narain (L), and the Secretary-Genral R Jai Krishna (R) in New Delhi. The NBF seeks parity in GST with newspapers.

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The caricature of Indian news television

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One-man show Newshour is where Arnab plays judge, the audience the jury

Apoorva Salkade

His Own Words A power crowd gathered on the occasion of the release of Vinod Mehta’s memoir at Le Meridien in Delhi. In a discussion with Arnab Goswami, Mehta spoke of his book and the writing of it, his 40 years in the profession, his relations with politicians, and even his mistakes. Yes, like in the book, he spoke of his one big mistake too—for which, he said, he stood up, owned up and took his due.

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