Swati Chaturvedi is a well-known Indian award-winning print and broadcast journalist. She regularly contributes investigative stories and analysis to The Wire, News Central 24×7, NDTV, and Gulf News. She appears regularly on television as a political commentator. Swati also got fame for writing a book I am a Troll: Inside the Secret World of BJP’s Digital army. The book written by Swati highlights the use of internet trolls by certain political institutions to silence criticism.
Swati has broken a number of important stories recently. Her exposes have been raised by the opposition inside and outside Parliament. They have been widely circulated on social media, led to debates on television, and followed up by the print and electronic media.
Swati maintains a lively and engaging presence on social media with many of her tweets setting the discourse and going viral. She has been interviewed by the Daily Mail, Public Radio, New York Times, BBC, Associated Press, Guardian, and Washington Post.
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Swati Chaturvedi was in Gorakhpur. She spent the majority of her early life and schooling days in New Delhi. She was brought up in Delhi by her parents. She took up journalism as her career. She is a journalist and a columnist by profession.
She started working with The Statesman (newspaper) at the beginning of her career. There was no looking back after this since she only paced higher after this and now is the most searched journalist in India.
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Swati Chaturvedi started her career with The Statesman at the beginning of her journey as a journalist. Her first book, Daddy’s Girl, a murder mystery was published by Penguin Random House in September 2016. She has previously worked for The Statesman, The Indian Express, Hindustan Times, and Zee news.
All her articles are somewhat attacking, though without conviction. Swati has always been to the point, and her articles are crisp enough to hit the target and convey her opinion. For her bold attitude while writing and getting such articles published she even got Bravery Award, 2018 to celebrate her bold journalism in a Hostile Environment.
Swati Chaturvedi was born in Gorakhpur.
She is a well-known Indian award-winning print and broadcast journalist. She regularly contributes investigative stories and analysis to The Wire, News Central 24×7, NDTV, and Gulf News.
She has published a book I am a Troll: Inside the Secret World of BJP’s Digital army. The book written by Swati highlights the use of internet trolls by certain political institutions to silence criticism.