Top 10 Hottest Female Journalists In India

The realm of media and news has becoming a piping hot industry as a career option. Not only is the whole nation glued to the television for their daily dose of events around the world,
there is also a huge touch of glamour keeping many hooked. Therefore, the hotness quotient only adds to the interest:

1. Mini Menon

The executive editor with Bloomberg UTV, Mini Menon was a Femina Miss India winner back in 1996. Unlike the other beauty contest winners, she didn’t go to work in films, rather chose to be a part of the financial and business bulletin.

2. Shereen Bhan

The face is familiar if you have seen shows like ‘Young Turk’ and ‘India Business Hour’. Currently, the Delhi Bureau Chief and Executive Editor of CNBC-TV18, Shereen Bhan holds a master's degree in Communication Studies from the University of Pune.

3. Shaili Chopra

A familiar face on TV, she is Senior Editor and Lead Female Anchor of the Economic Times business news channel. To her credit is the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Business Journalism and she has also covered the Mumbai terror attackslive from outside the Taj Mahal Hotel.

4. Nisha Pillai

Born in Kolkata, Nisha Pillai works with BBC and has managed to climb her way to be one of the main anchors with the channel. Her major accomplishments include live coverage of the 9/11 attacks and the fall of Baghdad.

5. Mayanti Langer

She hardly needs an introduction to men. Her inclination towards football coupled with her sultry looks has helped her become a popular sports journalist with ESPN. She has hosted the FIFA World Cup 2010 broadcast, 2010 Commonwealth Games and 2011 Cricket World Cup.

6. Harishree Mehta

Harishree Mehta works with Times Now on their business and stock segment. She is a qualified chartered accountant who is known to have an appreciable knowledge of the stock markets.

7. Sagarika Ghose

With an experience of more than two decades behind her, Sagarika has worked for ‘Outlook’, ‘Times of India’ and ‘The Indian Express’. Currently, she is serving as the deputy editor of CNN IBN.

8. Nidhi Razdan

She has a face to die for, and that coupled with her velvet voice and excellent journalism skills, makes Nidhi Razdan one of the most watched journalists in India. Owing to her commendable work on various events, she received the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism.

9. Barkha Dutt

Her coverage of the Kargil war in 1999 sky-rocketed her career. One of the most well-known journalists in India, she has been loyal to NDTV where she has been given opportunities to cover events in conflicting places like Kashmir, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Iraq.

10. Anuradha Sengupta

The anchor of ‘Storyboard’ on CNBC TV 18, she is the director of the popular ‘Amul India Show’ that used to be aired on Star Plus.
Whilst glamour may be one of the prevailing factors here, feminists would likely argue that female journalists also bring to the table more passion and depth to any news story. The men couldn’t agree more, could they?

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