Shreya Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta

Shreya Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta is an award-winning journalist from Bangalore (Bengaluru pron. Bengalūru) in the south central Indian State of Karnataka. He has written for the India Times and joined Gish Gallop as our chief Asian Correspondent. He graduated from Bangalore University in 2005 with dual Master's Degrees in Economics and Computer Science. Shreya or "Shrey" as he likes to be called, has covered many of the important events in the Indian Subcontinent and greater regions. He was the first to report on how the Indian subcontinent was actually separating from the rest of Asia at a staggering .1km/hr. He has been called "The Listmaster of Asia," having compiled over 134 "Top 10/7/14 Things Indians Need to Stop Doing." Shreya wants everyone in America to know that India is a part of Asia.
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Shreya Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta

Shreya Venkatanarasimharajuvaripeta is an award-winning journalist from Bangalore (Bengaluru pron. Bengalūru) in the south central Indian State of Karnataka. He has written for the India Times and joined Gish Gallop as our chief Asian Correspondent. He graduated from Bangalore University in 2005 with dual Master's Degrees in Economics and Computer Science. Shreya or "Shrey" as he likes to be called, has covered many of the important events in the Indian Subcontinent and greater regions. He was the first to report on how the Indian subcontinent was actually separating from the rest of Asia at a staggering .1km/hr. He has been called "The Listmaster of Asia," having compiled over 134 "Top 10/7/14 Things Indians Need to Stop Doing." Shreya wants everyone in America to know that India is a part of Asia.
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