Sagarika Ghose has been a journalist and media personality for over 25 years. She started her career in the Times of India, and is currently its Consulting Editor. She was also part of the start up team of Outlook, worked for The Indian Express, and was deputy editor and prime time news anchor on the CNNIBN news network. Her publications include two novels, The Gin Drinkers (1999) and Blind Faith (2005), and the latest Indira: India’s Most Powerful Prime Minister (2017). She is a Rhodes Scholar and completed her post graduate studies in Modern History from Oxford University, UK.