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Shubhankar Mishra — an Indian news anchor who reached 1 million followers on Instagram

Shubhankar Mishra is the youngest Hindi news anchor who has covered more than 15 states through ground reporting assignments.

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Born on 10 April 1993 in Gonda, Uttar Pradesh, Shubhankar Mishra is a well-reputed special correspondent on national television, anchor for the news channel TV9 Bharatvarsh, a social media influencer as well as an engineer.

Brought up in Delhi and Lucknow, he is the youngest Hindi news anchor who has covered more than 15 states through ground reporting assignments.

Knowledge has no limit and is the key to everything. To gain knowledge everyday about world events, affairs and daily life is considered to be the most compelling and imperative thing of one’s possession.

TV news anchors, therefore, have contributed to a large extent in providing immense knowledge and information on current affairs, events and every other noticeable thing to audiences across the world by simulcasting news broadcasts the entire day.

Shubhankar Mishra has engaged himself in various important reporting throughout his career. However, the most significant highlight of his career has been reporting from Tiger Hills, which is where the Kargil War took place.

Shubhankar dedicates his spare time to his various interests such as playing cricket, listening to music, reading books and travelling. He believes that he is a common man who does his job with utmost sincerity and peacefulness.

Shubhankar has a broad religious vision. He has an extremely tolerant and flexible idea of all religions and believes that God is there.

He believes that they might have a different names such as Allah, Ishwar, Wahe Guru or something else but he looks over everybody.

He believes that the biggest strength one can possess is having faith in themselves. Without self-confidence, nobody can ever achieve anything in life. Peaking in life, Shubhankar’s life story is truly inspirational and every youngster should have one glance at his life.

Sharing his source of motivation, Shubhankar said, “There’s only one life. Every day is a new day. So wake up and live all your dreams. You never know Kal Ho Na Ho.”

Shubhankar’s journey has not been an easy one. However, he does not let the hurdles define him. Thus, this mantra has always prepared him for further new challenges. Besides this, his mother is his mentor who has always stood by him through thick and thin.

As a journalist, he gets to work on exciting and interesting events every day. He has been a highly determined individual throughout his career and according to him, everything in the life of an anchor is tempting and tantalising because every day there’s new work, a new topic to be discussed and a new problem to be solved.

He has come a long way, defeating all the odds and has reached greater heights. Connect with Shubhankar on Instagram where he has surpassed 1 million followers.

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