What! No More Newshour Debates with Arnab Goswami Times Now Editor-in-Chief Resigns from Channel Full Details

What! No More Newshour Debates with Arnab Goswami Times Now Editor-in-Chief Resigns from Channel Full Details :- The news came as a big shock for the whole India as country’s biggest and most popular journalist Arnab Goswami has submitted his resignation from the editor-in-chief post of the Times Now channel. Despite of facing a lot of criticism and threats from various groups and organizations Arnab was very much known for being a straight forward and blunt news anchor who doesn’t leave any stone unturned in giving a reality check to the various famous public figures.

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Sources said that Arnab Goswami announced his resignation at an editorial meeting. Goswami resigned from the post as he wanted to start something on his own, said sources. The channel, however, is still showing teasers of Newshours with Arnab.

Goswami was recently also given “Y category” security cover from the government after the Intelligence Bureau perceived a threat to his life from “Pakistan based terrorists groups”. The move to provide security cover to a journalist was questioned and criticised by many, including former Supreme Court judge Markandey Katju.

Arnab Goswami started his career with The Telegraph in Kolkata after which he moved to NDTV 24×7. He joined Times Now in 2006.

Goswami’s brand of journalism has often come under flak, especially the daily NewsHour. However, it should be kept in mind that the brand Times Now and brand Goswami are almost synonymous. Like this Caravan article points out, “Discussions about Times Now are invariably discussions about Goswami, whose abrasive moderation every weeknight has inspired angst-ridden open letters, a stream of parodies, and even standup comedy routines.”

Arnab Goswami Wiki Profile

Goswami was born in Guwahati, Assam on 9 October 1973 to a well known Assamese Brahmin family. He comes from a family of eminent jurists. His paternal grandfather, Rajani Kanta Goswami, was a lawyer, a Congress leader and an independence activist. His maternal grandfather, Gauri Sankar Bhattacharya, was a Communist and leader of the opposition in Assam for many years. He was a writer and a recipient of the Asam Sahitya Sabha Award. Arnab Goswami’s father is Colonel (Retd.) Manoranjan and his mother is Suprabha. Manoranjan has been a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party and contested the 1998 Lok Sabha Polls as the BJP candidate for the Guwahati to Lok Sabha of Assam where he was defeated by Congress candidate Bhubaneshwar Kalita. His maternal uncle, Siddhartha Bhattacharya, a BJP MLA from Gauhati East constituency, was the head of the Assam unit of the party before Sarbananda Sonowal took over in 2015.

As an army officer’s son, he attended schools in various cities. Arnab has a Bachelor’s (Hons.) in Sociology from the Hindu College in Delhi University. In 1994 Arnab completed his Master’s in Social Anthropology from St. Antony’s College, in Oxford University. In 2000, Arnab was a Visiting D C Pavate Fellow at the International Studies Department at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University.

As per our sources Arnab Goswami has resigned from Times Now because he is planning to start his own news channel in collaboration with some corporates.

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