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Ashish Shukla was born on 16 March, 1963 in Lucknow, India, is an Author.
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Shukla is presently writing a book on Russia and its president Vladimir Putin which, among other issues, looks at conflicts in the Caucasus in a fresh light. The book is scheduled for release in 2016. The Caucasus, like the Balkans, is a region that lies at the border of Asia and Europe and thus carries forward the narrative of civilizational conflict of East and West and the global spread of terrorism which Shukla has researched in his work: “How United States Shot Humanity…”
In 2013, he ended his work in cricket journalism. He changed his focus to geopolitics, which has interested him since childhood and which he now deemed to be in a critical phase of its trajectory, to the growing drumbeats of World War III.
This was also the spell when Shukla covered cricket tours for national news TV channels, such as Aaj Tak, Zee News and Star News, now known as ABP News, among others. He then formally joined India TV as an executive editor in 2007 before finally quitting in 2009 and resuming his association with PTI.
During his career as a scribe, Shukla co-authored a biography of the prominent cricketer Sachin Tendulkar. The biography, Sachin Tendulkar: Masterful, was published by Rupa & Co. and went into a reprint order, such was its demand when it first appeared in 2002, even though a few critics didn’t have good things to say about the book.
Ashish Shukla is an Indian author on geopolitics and terrorism who runs a news website on international relations, Newsbred. He also edited the English edition of the world’s largest circulated Hindi cricket magazine, Cricket Samrat, in 1999, and acted as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Naradonline, one of India’s earliest news portals, in 2000, before the dot.com bubble went bust.
Shukla undertook an assignment for Agence France-Presse (AFP) to cover the 1996 Cricket World Cup cricket in the Indian sub-continent and followed it up with India’s epochal tour to England the same year which gave India two of its most illustrious batsmen and captains, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid. Shukla was still employed with the Times of India at this time, a position he found increasingly untenable. He left Times of India in 1996 and then began his long informal association with the Press Trust of India (PTI).
Now as a full-time geopolitical analyst and commentator on international relations, Shukla has made an immediate impact with his book: How United States Shot Humanity: Muslims Ruined; Europe Next, which reflects the contemporary reality of existential crisis in Europe and Asia and traces its origins to the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s; and the United States’ support for Saudi Arabia which lost little time in exporting its Wahhabism, leading to the creation of the first Muslim state in Europe, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The book makes an assertion that this began the export of terrorism on a worldwide scale, caused 9/11 and several attacks on major European cities such as the Madrid train bombings in 2004 and the London tube bombings of 2005. Most of the alleged terrorists involved in these heinous crimes had one or other links with the Balkans, and in particular, Bosnia.
At the age of 16 Shukla accepted an internship at the sports desk of The Pioneer, an English newspaper then operating from Lucknow. He became the sports editor in 1980 while still in his teens. Shukla joined the Times of India on the sports desk, in 1989, where he began covering national and international cricket tours and tournaments.
Shukla was born in Lucknow, the capital of India’s northern state Uttar Pradesh, on 16 March 1963, the youngest of two brothers and a sister who made up the family of a policeman serving in the state police department. He went to La Martiniere, St. Francis and Colvin Taluqdars’ College before graduating in Lucknow University, where he achieved his masters in Western History. Shukla moved to Delhi in 1989, where he married a school teacher, Radhika, in 1993. He presently lives in Noida, part of the National Capital Region, and a suburb of Delhi, with his wife and two daughters.