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Plucked from the rainy slopes of North Bengal, Bhaskar Ghose, an IAS officer and veteran field administrator, is brought to Delhi at the express request of Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

Plucked from the rainy slopes of North Bengal, Bhaskar Ghose, an IAS officer and veteran field administrator, is brought to Delhi at the express request of Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

Bhaskar Ghose is a retired Indian Civil Servant, former Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 1993-1995, and a former Director General of Doordarshan 1986-1988

Bhaskar Ghose is a retired Indian Civil Servant, former Secretary, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting 1993-1995, and a former Director General of Doordarshan 1986-1988. He has long been involved with theatre and has directed and acted in many plays. He is married to the acclaimed classical dancer Alarmel Valli and lives in Delhi.

Consequently, Bhaskar Ghosh was sacked as Doordarshan chief in October, 1988 and later Gopi Arora was shifted from the I&B Ministry to the Finance Ministry. The turnabout was completed with the summoning of .

Bhaskar Ghose was educated in Mumbai and Delhi; he was a civil servant and then a writer, whose .

Bhaskar Ghose was educated in Mumbai and Delhi; he was a civil servant and then a writer, whose columns appeared regularly in a number of major Indian newspapers and journals. He has been involved with theatre for the last fifty-odd years and acted in, and directed over forty plays. He has written three books so far: Doordarshan Days, published in 2006; The Service of the State - The IAS Reconsidered in 2011 and The Teller of Tales, his first novel, in 2012. This is his second novel.

Bhaskar Ghose is a former civil servant and columnist. He has written four books –Doordarshan Days, The Service of the State, both non-fiction, and two novels The Teller of Tales and Parricide.

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The former I&B secretary feels television should be freed from Government control. Why is Doordarshan invariably misused by the ruling party? The temptation is very strong-it is such a powerful medium. The sooner the Government gets out of TV, the better. Saibal Chatterjee INTERVIEWS Bhaskar Ghose 13 March 1996.

Bhaskar Ghose is the father of Sagarika Ghose former Indian Administrative Service 1960 batch, erstwhile Director General of Doordarshan .

Bhaskar Ghose is the father of Sagarika Ghose former Indian Administrative Service 1960 batch, erstwhile Director General of Doordarshan, the Indian public television network. Her two aunts include Arundhati Ghose, former ambassador and diplomat and Ruma Pal, former justice of the Supreme Court of India. Ghose has been the journalist since 1991. When this was criticized Ghose cited technical issues, before she and CNN-IBN later gave a formal apology.

Plucked from the rainy slopes of north bengal, bhaskar ghose, an ias officer and veteran field administrator, is brought to delhi at the express request of prime minister rajiv gandhi he is appointed director general of doordarshan, and even before he can get an answer to the most pressing question-why me?-his rollercoaster engagement with television begins with enthusiasm and passion ghose plunges into this new role at a seminal time for the network, overseeing momentous events in the organization's development-the airing of extraordinarily popular serials like the ramayana and the mahabharata, the first live broadcast of the cricket world cup, the advent of satellite transmission, the first live election coverage, the attempt to give doordarshan an international presence-and is witness to the fateful arrival of star tv and other private networks but his attempts at reforming doordarshan also bring him in conflict with the murky underside of public broadcasting, a world populated by capricious government ministers and their fawning acolytes, interfering secretaries and self-righteous mps, corrupt bureaucrats and greedy producers in doordarshan days, bhaskar ghose recounts with disarming frankness-and characteristic humor-his struggle to bring about change, revealing in the process the tragic tale of public television in india