Ashish Shukla has a kind of varied background in journalism like few have in India. From newspapers to magazines to websites to television channels, Ashish has done the whole gamut in his over three decades of career. He began with Pioneer newspaper in Lucknow, graduating to Times of India, New Delhi in the 90s and from then on, moving on to India’s top news agency, Press Trust of India, before easing up with a news portal and dabbling in as editor of a national magazine. His reporting assignments took him all over the world, many times over, before he caught the digital TV bug and became associated with a number of national television channels, including Channel 7 (today’s IBN7), Aajtak and India TV, and appearing as expert from Zee TV to NDTV to Star News to Headlines Today among others. His write-ups have appeared in nation's top magazines such as Outlook. He has also been associated with a number of international radio and television stations, including BBC and ABC. Not that Ashish Shukla stayed put in any of these attractive hubs for long. The restless him has now turned into an author. After writing a biography on Sachin Tendulkar--“the Masterful,”--he now has undergone a complete metamorphosis and produced a scholarly work, “How United States Shot Humanity: Muslims Ruined; Europe Next.” It’s an ambitious work which became part of his every breath for two years and took him on several visits around the world.