Arnab Goswami Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Wife

Arnab Goswami Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Wife


Biography of Arnab Ranjan Goswami

Nick Name Arnab
Real Name Arnab Ranjan Goswami
Famous as Journalist, News Anchor

Personal Life

Height in centimeters- 180 cm in meters- 1.80 m 5 feet 11 inches
Weight in kilograms- 75 kg in pounds- 165 lbs
Body Measurement Not Known
Eye color Black
Hair color Black
Birthplace Guwahati
Nationality Indian
Hometown Guwahati
School Mount St. Mary’s School, Delhi Cantonment
• Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jabalpur Cantonment
Family Father : Manoranjan Goswami
Mother: Suprabha Goswami
Sister: 1 (Indian Defence Service)
Brother: None
ethnicity Indian
Zodiac Horoscope
Net worth 1 crore/month (INR)

Favourite things

Favourite Food Continental Food.
Favourite Drink solo
Favourite Movie Coffee with D
Favourite Singer Bhupen Hazarika (Assamese Playback Singer)
Favourite Color White
Favourite Actor Shahrukh Khan
Favourite Actress Deepika Padukone

Girls, Affairs and more

Wife: Pipi Goswami


Arnab goswami was born on 9th October 1973 in Guwahati, Assam. His family originally came from a village in Assam’s Borpeta district. They had migrated to Shillong, and eventually settled in Guwahati. Arnab Goswami father’s name is Mr Manoranjan Goswami and his mother’s name is Suprabha Goswami. His Father served proudly in the army and retired as a Colonel. His father has also been a member of the Bharatiya Janata Party and contested Lok Sabha Polls as the BJP candidate for guwahati.

Since 2006, Goswami was the editor-in-chief and a news anchor of the Times Now news channel. His show The Newshour is aired at 9 pm with live news coverage, which has featured notable personalities like Parvez Musharraf. He also hosts a special programme Frankly Speaking with Arnab, which has featured personalities such as Benazir Bhutto and former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, retired head of state of the Tibetan Government in Exile Dalai Lama, former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and was the first to interview Prime Minister Narendra Modi since he took office in 2014. He has also written a book named Combating Terrorism: The Legal Challenge

After SC order, India’s cryptocurrency space is whirring back into action

​​Even as Coronavirus spread, with sectors such as retail, travel, aviation, realty and others hunkering down to face prolonged economic pain, the small club of cryptocurrency players stood out. They are hiring and are witnessing customers, particularly millennials, flocking in to buy virtual money.

Early in March, the Supreme Court overturned an April 2018 ban on cryptocurrencies imposed by the country’s central bank. Immediately, moribund cryptocurrency exchanges came alive — WazirX, Unocoin, CoinDCX, Zebpay and others, rearing to do business. Even as Coronavirus spread, with sectors such as retail, travel, aviation, realty and others hunkering down to face prolonged economic pain, the small
judgment in favour of the currency could pave the way for the development of the ecosystem. Harish says: “Blockchain projects will come up even as people will be more aware and educated about cryptocurrencies.” Its value has been appreciated by the court. It’s up to the developers and regulators to create mechanisms that help masses gain from the currency.
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