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Birth Nation: India

Quick Timeline of Pranaav Jadhav

2016 Graduated from Mississippi University
2016 Highered as a festival judge The Magnolia Independent Film Festival
2013 Highered as a intern in CNN-IBN at New Delhi, India
2016 Working for USA TODAY NETWORK

Detail Timeline of Pranaav Jadhav

2016

Graduated from Mississippi University

Pranaav is a graduated of Mississippi University. He graduated as a Teaching Assistant from there with major in Department of Communication- Broadcast Journalism. He attended there in August 2015 and completed his graduation in nearly about 10 months.

2016

Highered as a festival judge The Magnolia Independent Film Festival

Pranaav was highered  as a festival judge in The Magnolia Independent Film Festival. His work was to determine the merit of participants in various categories such as: Best Foreign, Best Short, Best Documentary and many more.

2013

Highered as a intern in CNN-IBN at New Delhi, India

In June 2013, he was highered as an intern in CNN-IBN at New Delhi, India. During his course of internship he was sent to interview the Deputy Commissioner of Police SBS Tyagi. He also gathered information and facts for the food-poisoning story in the Indian State.

2016

Working for USA TODAY NETWORK

Pranaav is a famous journalist from India and currently he is working with USA TODAY NETWORK.  He joined the company in May 2016 and from then he has been working there. Before working there he used to work for Take 30 News and The Reflector.

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Pranaav Jadhav is active in social media and  addreses his fans through Instagram and Twitter. He is currently single and unmarried. There is no any information about his girlfriend and affairs with anyone.

He has a successful career in journalism; within career, he has been able to earn a lot. He has a good salary and his net worth should be around 1 million Dollars. Within his journalism career, he had two internships with CNN in India, where he covered many political and crime stories in Mumbai.