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Aatish Taseer

Aatish Taseer

Who is Aatish Taseer?

Aatish Taseer is a British-Indian journalist, author, media personality, and writer based in London, UK. Aatish Taseer contributed to publications such as Time, Financial Prospects, The Sunday Telegraph, and Prospect.

Aatish Taseer- Birth, Parents, Siblings & Education

Aatish Taseer was born on November 27, 1980, in London, United Kingdom.

He actually lived in Rajendra Nagar, New Delhi, with his parents. Aatish’s father is Salman Taseer (Liberal Politician & Business Executive).

However, Salman was assassinated on January 4, 2011, in Islamabad, Pakistan. In addition, he attended Kodaikanal International School, a residential school.

Aatish earned a dual bachelor’s degree in political science and French from Amherst College in Massachusetts. M.D. Taseer, Aatish’s grandfather, was a well-known Urdu poet of the time. Furthermore, Bilqis Taseer is his grandmother.

Net Worth of Aatish Taseer? Salary, Earning

Aatish Taseer’s net worth is (approximately) $2.5 million US dollars.

Relationship, Married Life, Boyfriend/Girlfriend

Aatish Taseer has been the wife of Ryan Davis (Lawyer) since 2016.

He once fell in love with Lady Gabriela Windsor. Windsor is the daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent. Taseer ended his relationship with her quickly.

Body Measurement- Height, Weight, Hair Color

Aatish Taseer has a height of 5′ 9″ tall in feet and inches.

Aatish Taseer- Professional Career

He was praised for translating Saadat Hasan Manto’s short stories from Urdu. “Manto: Selected Stories” is the title (2008).

He also wrote several books, including “The Temple-Goers”, “Noon Faber Faber in the USA”, “Stranger to History: A Son’s Journey Through Islamic Land” and “The Twice-Born: Life and Death on the Ganges”.

In 2010, Aatish created content that sparked debate about the “Ground Zero of Mosques” in Manhattan.

He wrote an article for “The Financial Times” following the death of Osama Bin Laden (Terrorist).

Aatish Taseer
Aatish Taseer as a Journalist. Source: indiatoday

Actually, in his article “Pakistan’s Rogue Army Runs a Shattered State,” he condemned the country’s rule. Taseer recently published an article titled “India’s Divide in Chief” about Prime Minister Modi.

He focuses on bringing Modi’s Hinduism image through “TIME Magazine” content. However, the international media is criticizing his views on India’s leader.

Even Wikipedia vandalized his page for a few hours. On the other hand, the Congress party is using the content against Mr. Modi.

In fact, Rahul Gandhi (Congress President) appreciates Aatish’s views on India’s Prime Minister. Mr. Taseer called Mr. Narendra Modi as “Calamity for India”.

Nonetheless, he can easily dismiss certain women’s empowerment issues.

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Social Media

His Instagram handle is @aatishalitaseer (3533 followers).

Quick Facts of Aatish Taseer

  • Taseer had his book “The Temple-Goers” shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award (2010).
  • In fact, he has Twitter spats with Pakistani journalists Ejaz Haider and Shashi Tharoor (Former UN Minister & UN Under-Secretary).
  • His “Wall Street Journal” stated an article regarding “Why my father hated India”.
  • Actually, he discusses hatred and the 1947 partition.
  • As a result, it sparked outrage on Twitter and other social media platforms.
  • Haider revealed that Aatish might be suffering from “Identity Crisis”.