For the New Zealand author see Nalini Singh (author).
February 17, 1945 |
||S. P. N. Singh
||Ratna Vira (daughter, Author), Sukaran Singh (son, VP - Tata Advanced Systems)
Nalini Singh (born February 17, 1945) is an Indian journalist.
She has been the anchor for several current affairs programs on Doordarshan, and is most known for her program, 'Aankhon Dekhi', on investigative journalism.
She is daughter of consumer rights activist, H. D. Shourie, and the sister of Indian journalists, Deepak Shourie, and Arun Shourie, who has also been a Union minister 
Singh is also the managing director, TV Live India Pvt Ltd, and Managing Editor of News Channel, IBN7.
She is also the daughter-in-law of Sir Chandeshwar Prasad Narayan Singh , former Governor of Uttar Pradesh and first Indian Ambassador to Nepal. She has one daughter (Ratna Vira, Author) and one son (Sukaran Singh, VP - Tata Advanced Systems).
- Singh, Nalini; Jain, Devaki; Chand, Malini (1980). Women's quest for power: five Indian case studies. Sahibabad, Distt. Ghaziabad, Delhi, India: Vikas Publishing. ISBN 9780706910216.