Nidhi Razdan (born 11 April 1977) is an Indian journalist, television personality and an associate professor of journalism at Harvard University, United States since June 2020. She was the executive editor of NDTV and the primary anchor of NDTV 24x7 news show Left, Right & Centre. The program is normally broadcast live from a New Delhi studio every evening and covers debates and discussions on and beyond breaking news stories and headlines. She also anchored the weekly show, The Big Fight, which pits those on opposite sides of an issue against each other in a debate.
Since the start of her career in 1999, Razdan has covered a variety of news events and hosted a series of shows, often reporting live from the news scene. She has reported extensively on a wide range of key political, economic, and social stories from the Indian subcontinent, covering the Indian politics and foreign affairs closely, including the India-US nuclear deal, general elections, several state elections, all major news developments and elections in Jammu and Kashmir, the earthquakes in Gujarat in 2001 and Kashmir in 2005. Razdan has been the diplomatic correspondent of NDTV 24x7, which is an English language television channel that carries news and current affairs in India, owned by New Delhi Television Ltd network.
Razdan married journalist and writer, Neelesh Misra, in 2005. The couple divorced two years later in 2007.
Razdan joined NDTV in 1999 and worked till June, 2020 for twenty one years. At present, she has taken up a faculty position as an associate professor in journalism at Harvard University, United States. She had anchored the following shows on NDTV:
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