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An American news anchor and host, Uma Devi Pemmaraju, is currently employed by the Fox News cable network based in Washington, D.C. Pemmaraju is the host and anchor of "America's News Headquarters w/Uma Pemmaraju" on Fox News in New York. She is originally from San Antonio, Texas. Her other job is at Bloomberg News, where she is a reporter.
Uma Pemmaraju was born on the 31st of March, 1985. She was born in the city of Rajahmundry, which is in India. She grew up in San Antonio, Texas. She was six years old when her parents relocated to Texas from India. At as then, they were the only Indians in the San Antonio region and among the small.
Her father specialized in the control of birth and was a research scientist. On the other hand, his mother was a housewife and was brought up from a well-recognized family in India. She is of American nationality due to living in America for a longer time. Her birth name is Uma Devi Pemmaraju. Currently, she works with America's news headquarters in Washington D.C. for FNC.
Details about her elementary and high school aren't known as no details were made available online. She attended Trinity University, and after completing her studies, she was awarded a degree in political science. She is a fantastic anchor with lots of age ahead of her and is almost on the threshold of becoming a legend in journalism. She has gotten a lot of awards and commendations from different organizations.
Since the launch of Fox News in 1996, Uma has been a part of its News team. She has many shows and special telecasts as a host and anchor to her name. She conducted many high-profile interviews, including Dalai Lama and Astronaut Buzz Aldrin to Sarah Palin. She was ranked Boston's best Anchor by Boston Magazine between 1996 and 1997. In journalism's reporting and investigation section, she has received Emmy Awards for her various contributions to the news industry. She was also awarded the Big Sister's Organization of America, and Women in Communication gave her the Matrix Award.
She started her carrier in a local Television as a newspaper reporter while still in college. She was the editor of the college magazine during her college days. She was part of the exchange program with American University and Trinity University for one year and studied International relations. She is the first Indian-American Journalist to anchor a show on National Television. Uma is currently the host of Fox News. She lives with her nine-year-old daughter. Her awards and honors show the commitment she has to her work. She is attached to her native place and visits there when she gets time. She and her husband Andrew are separated and don't live together.
There have been different and contradictory reports regarding her relationship and marital status. One of such rumors is her being married when she was 19 years old and had three children. According to the information, we have gathered, this is just gossip and no truth. She was the girlfriend of Andrew Petkun, a millionaire businessman. Their relationship went on for a long time, and in 1993 they finally got married. The engagement ring was an azure and diamond engagement ring. After this, she consulted her spiritual advisor Swami Satchidananda spoke of how excited they were.
After consulting with Swami, the wedding was fixed for the 24th of September. As of then, she said the marriage would be performed either by a Tibetan monastic, a rabbit, or someone with the Islamic faith. Her parents relocated to Texas from India when she was six years old. Before this time, only her family has the lineage of Indians in the San Antonio region and among the small. Her father specialized in the control of birth and was a research scientist. On the other hand, his mother was a housewife and was brought up from a well-recognized family in India. Her mum did all she could by instilling the Indian ethical values to her two sons and daughter while growing up in America.
As a result of no Hindu Place of worship in Texas, her family took solace in the spiritual leadership of Swami. Swami was invited to come to the United States of American by Peter Max, an artist, during his Woodstock ceremony. She got married to Andrew in Salem. After marriage, they were happy and gave birth to their first child and was called Kirina, signifying "Flash of Lightning." Her private life can be said to be far from perfect. After the birth of their daughter, everything went smoothly, and their relationship was perfect. Still, it finally ended in a divorce due to severe issues between them.
Currently, she lives with her daughter, and it is believed she is doing her best to give her the best and striving as hard as possible being a worker and a single worker. No information is known about her current status, whether she is in a relationship or not. She is a private person, and no picture of her with a boyfriend is seen online. She is a stunning woman with good looks and a successful career. She lives with her nine years old daughter. Her awards and honors show the commitment she has to her work. She is attached to her native place and visits there when she gets time. She and her husband Andrew are separated and don't live together.
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