|Education||Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Indian Institute of Mass Communication
|Occupation||News Anchor of NDTV|
|Notable credit(s)||Left Right and Centre
India Decides @ 9
Nidhi Razdan is an Indian journalist and television personality. She is the primary anchor of NDTV 24x7 news show Left, Right & Centre. The program is normally broadcast live from a New Delhi studio every evening and covers debates and discussions on and beyond breaking news stories and headlines. Since the start of her career in 1999, Nidhi has covered a variety of news events and hosted a series of shows, often reporting live from the news scene. She has reported extensively on a wide range of key political, economic, and social stories from the Indian subcontinent. NDTV 24x7 is an English language television network that carries news and current affairs in India, owned by New Delhi Television Ltd.
Nidhi Razdan was born to a Kashmiri Pandit family. She spent a few years of her childhood in New York, before moving back to New Delhi, India. Her father Maharaj Krishan Razdan, is the Editor in Chief of the Press Trust of India. She did her K-12 schooling at Apeejay School, Sheikh Sarai, New Delhi. She graduated from Lady Shri Ram College for Women and later pursued a Post-Graduate Diploma in Radio and TV Journalism at the Indian Institute of Mass Communication, Delhi (1998–99).
- NDTV 24x7, prime time news
- Left, Right & Centre, variety talk show 
- India Decides @ 9
- The Lead
On 14 August 2013, Narendra Modi, Chief Minister of Gujarat, India, was invited by UK to give a speech about "The future of India" at the House of Commons. Regarding the invitation, Nidhi Razdan conducted an interview with British MP Barry Gardiner. The interview has resulted in a wide criticism among section of Indians and media including social networking sites, as she posed questions that were presumptuously misaligned about Narendra Modi being given an invite. Firstpost author Laxmi Chaudhry commented - "Razdan instead allowed him to lie, dodge, and finally attack her patriotism, and in the most shameless fashion possible. The lesson all journalists ought to learn from Razdan’s experience: Always do your homework."
- Best Anchor of the Year, ENBA Awards, 2011
- Teacher's Achievement Award (TAA) for Communication (Electronic Journalism), 2011.
- Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism for reporting from Jammu and Kashmir and north-eastern India.
- The Jammu and Kashmir State government award for excellence in journalism.
- Rohit Manchanda (25 November 2011). "TV journalist Nidhi Razdan speaks about her life and success". The Weekend Leader. Retrieved August 19, 2013.
- LSR Journalism Prospectus 2012, see page "Some Of Our Alumni"
- Post-Graduate Diploma Course in Radio & TV Journalism, Indian Institute of Mass Communication.
- "Nidhi Razdan in EMMRC and MERC". EMMRC University of Kashmir. Retrieved August 19, 2013.
- "Meet the British MP Who is Narendra Modi's Biggest Fan". Retrieved 15 August 2013.
- Kounteya Sinha (2013-08-14). "Narendra Modi to address British parliament". The Times of India. Retrieved 2013-08-18.
- Chaudhry, Lakshmi (2013-08-16). "Nidhi Razdan vs Barry Gardiner: A spectacle of shamelessness". Firstpost. Retrieved 2013-08-18.
- "NDTV 24x7 adjudged the News Channel of the Year", AudienceMatters, Sept. 1, 2011. Infotrac Newsstand, Gale Document Number: GALE|A266121370
- "Ronnie Screwvala & Nidhi Razdan among Teacher's Achievement Awards winners; 11th edition of awards were given away at ITC Maurya, New Delhi." Best Media Info 14 Feb. 2012. General OneFile. Gale Document Number: GALE|A308550308
- Vijay Kumar (January 25, 2010). "J&K Government announces 28 State Awards 2010 for bravery, literature, arts, Journalism, crafts". Scoop News. Retrieved August 19, 2013.
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