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Ramya Iyer
Ramya Iyer is a masters graduate in International Journalism with a specialization in documentary films from Cardiff University, UK. After a stint at an ad and short film production company in Bangalore, India, where she was born and raised, she is now a freelance writer and content creator based in Vienna. She has published articles in reputed news outlets including The Times of India and ZDF. In her free time, she dabbles with poetry, Indian classical dance and scouts Instagram for funky earrings. She tweets at @pseudobard.

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