|Education||St. Stephen's College|
|Occupation||Editorial Director of NDTV|
|The NDTV Dialogues, India Decides,|
|Ratanjit Pratap Narain Singh|
Sonia Singh (21 September 1970) is an Indian journalist who serves as the editorial director and president of the NDTV ethics committee. She also hosts 'The NDTV Dialogues', a show focusing on understanding on key issues and a look at potential solutions.
Sonia Singh attended the Convent of Jesus and Mary in New Delhi, then went to St Stephens College, Delhi where she completed her masters in English Literature. She graduated with a first degree, topping the college in English Literature. She has also been recipient of a 3-month scholarship from the Government of Italy to study Italian at Perugia. She is also a Chevening Scholar and attended at broadcast journalism course at Cardiff. During her stint in UK, she also got an opportunity to meet and greet Queen Elizabeth.
Sonia Singh joined NDTV in 1992 as a researcher when it produced one show, The World This Week for Doordarshan. Today, she is Editorial Director for the NDTV news network and she has overseen news ranging from the Kandahar hijack, the attack on Parliament, 26/11, the Kargil war to the Jessica Lall case.