Despite such caustic remarks against Sagarika Ghose, her husband and journalist Rajdeep Sardesai responded in perhaps the most dignified way.
As the reporters take a break and villagers look forward to rain in Marathwada, I figure it’d be an interesting time to put my hearing to use and eavesdrop for gossip
Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered a speech at the US Congress on Wednesday that was dubbed as 'eloquent' and 'with the right amount of humour'. The prime minister referred to Pakistan, Yoga, terrorism, China, Siri and funnily enough Walt Whitman and Twitter expressed its admiration for Modi's oratory skills.
Do you blame Rajdeep Sardesai for walking away from the uneven battlefield? What would you do if your family members were attacked so viciously?
By leaving Twitter, Rajdeep Sardesai has given the online trolls a glimpse of his weakness.
Last night NDTV India, anchored by Ravish Kumar, turned the visuals off and had Devanagari words flashing words to underline what the anchor was saying.
JNU row: Tired of #IamAntiNational Rajdeep, #IndiaFirst Arnab, #HateModi Barkha. Tired, tired, tired!
Time for sanity to prevail, not indignation and very clearly time to stand up together and say, back to our respective corners, ease off each other everyone and return to being one family.
Senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai, who has long been the whipping boy of jingioistic right-wing elements,-both online and offline-has ignited a controversy after writing an article titled 'Yes, I am anti-national.
You may love or hate Narendra Modi, but you can’t ignore him. It’s better not to underestimate Modi – this was the crux of the heated discussion that kept the audience at Times LitFest in Delhi on Monday glued to their seats for over an hour.
Rajdeep’s loaded question and Naseeruddin’s answer are 2 sides of same coin: Inability to see beyond religious identities
More and more Muslims believe that their religious identity makes them vulnerable to attacks. Rajdeep’s loaded question to Shah suggesting whether he thought he was being picked on because of his name and Shah’s answer are two sides of the same coin. Both the interviewer and the interviewee are known and respected for their secular and liberal worldview; and, yet, both can’t seem to see beyond religious identities.
Sahitya Akademi award winners return their awards and their right to dissent is not accepted; instead, they are abused and targeted as 'pseudo-intellectuals'.
After Rajdeep Sardesai's open letter to Aaditya Thackeray went viral on social media, Aaditya took to Facebook and typed out a long reply to the senior journalist.
No postage stamps were hurt in the process but Rajdeep Sardesai and Devendra Fadnavis’ letter exchange has taken us back to a different world.
An open letter to Rajdeep Sardesai: Devendra Fadnavis tells senior journalist he is biased, ill-informed
Fadnavis, on Tuesday, replied to the letter and slammed the media for bashing the government with an agenda even without having the full picture. Both the letters were exclusively published by The Hindustan Times.
Full text of Rajdeep Sardesai's reply to Maharashtra CM
Here's the major highlights of the interview Lalit Modi gave India Today's Rajdeep Sardesai.
Fellow journalists from every prominent agency poured praise on the the 73-year-old former Editorial Chairman of <em>Outlook</em> Vinod Mehta after his demise.
Canceled flight, interview tantrums, whining to Jaitley: Mamata's Delhi jaunt reveals her lost status
Mamata Banerjee usually arrives in Delhi as SuperMamata out to shake the pillars of power. But this time her itinerary is clear proof of how the might have shrunk.
Former editor-in-chief of CNN IBN Rajdeep Sardesai breaks his silence over what exactly transpired at the Madison Square Garden. Here is the full text.
A man named Yogesh Tibrewal boasted on Facebook how he had stood next to the journalist and beaten him without Rajdeep Sardesai realising who had hit him.