Rahul grew up in India and the Middle East before moving to Canada as an international student. He worked in a neuroscience research lab after graduating, before deciding to revisit his childhood dream of becoming a journalist.
Rahul earned a Master’s degree in journalism from Ryerson University, and worked at Discovery Channel Canada and the consumer insights website Trend Hunter before joining the Global News team.
When he’s not covering national and international news for Global, Rahul writes about his beloved soccer team Real Madrid for Spain-based sports website Marca. He also enjoys making music, going to concerts, cooking, traveling, scuba diving and drinking craft beer, and is an incurable podcast addict.
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