Rasheed Kidwai

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Rasheed Kidwai
Occupation Writer
Nationality Indian
Genre biography/memoir

Rasheed Kidwai is an Indian writer and journalist.[1] He is the author of the book, Sonia, A Biography.[2][3] He also wrote a book based on congress party headquarters; 24, Akbar Road. He is nephew of Rafi Ahmed Kidwai, who was the secretary of Moti Lal Nehru.


Rasheed Kidwai is Associate Editor of The Telegraph, Calcutta.[4] Kidwai is a regular political commentator on various television networks, radio programmes and newspapers.[5]


  • SONIA - A Biography
  • 24 Akbar Road


  1. ^ Jatin Gandhi (January 9, 2010). "From INC to Congress Inc.". Open Magazine. 
  2. ^ "Exclusive: Why Rahul adds to Congress glory". Rediff News. June 18, 2010. 
  3. ^ Mark Sappenfield and Mian Ridge (April 12, 2007). "'First family' of India grooms its next politician". USA Today. 
  4. ^ Rashid K. Kidwai (December 18, 2011). "Rashid K Kidwai: Political knives that should not cut the supply chain". Business Standard. 
  5. ^ "24 Akbar Road Hardcover – December 1, 2010". Amazon. 

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