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    The first Indian agent and only the second Indian publishing professional to be featured in Publishersweekly

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    Widely regarded as the best literary agency in South Asia.

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    Over 500 books sold in the last 6 years

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    Strong network of contacts with all the top publishers

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    Representing L'Oreal's Women of Worth, Emmy, Padma Bhushan, National Award, Hindu Literary Prize, Crossword Prize, Commonwealth Prize, Bal Sahitya Puraskar, Tata Lit Live Awards, KLF Peace Prize, Muse India Young Writer award winning authors

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    A team of highly experienced editors who were formerly with leading publishers such as HarperCollins, Rupa, etc.

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    Ali Akbar Natiq

    Ali Akbar Natiq is an Urdu poet and short story writer from Pakistan.Ali Akbar Natiq began working as a mason, specializing in domes and minarets, to contribute to the family income while he read widely in Urdu and Arabic.

     

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    Aneesh Pradhan

    Aneesh Pradhan had a liberal and encouraging familial upbringing, which was coupled with an intensive period of study under the illustrious tabla maestro Nikhil Ghosh.

     

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    Ipsita Roy Chakraverti

    Ipsita Roy Chakraverti (born Ipsita Chakraverti; 3 November 1950) is a Wiccan priestess based in India.Born into an elite family in India with a diplomat for a father and royalty for mother, Chakraverti spent her early years in Canada and the US where her father was stationed.

     

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    Siddhartha Gigoo

    Siddhartha Gigoo was born in Srinagar, Kashmir, in 1974. He left Kashmir in 1990 due to the political turmoil and militancy.He studied English Literature at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Currently, he works for Tata Consultancy Services and lives with his wife and daughter in New Delhi

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    Ruchira Gupta

    Ruchira Gupta began her career as a journalist, working for The Telegraph Paper (Kolkata, India), The Sunday Observer (Kolkata, India), Business India Magazine (Delhi, India), and British Broadcasting Corporation(BBC) South Asia (Delhi, India).

     

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    Shobha Bondre

    Shobha Bondre’s Dhandha is the story of a few such Gujaratis: Jaydev Patel—the New York Life Insurance agent credited with having sold policies worth $2.5 billion so far; Bhimjibhai Patel—one of the country’s biggest diamond merchants and co-founder of the ambitious ‘Diamond Nagar’ in Surat.

     

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    Anees Salim

    Anees Salim is an advertising professional and is employed with Draft FCB Ulka. He loves being invisible and lives with his wife and son in Kochi. Vanity Bagh is his second novel.

     

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    Apurva Purohit

    Apurva was the first President of the AROI, the Industry body of the radio industry.Her national best selling book on successfully managing the merge between home and work “Lady, You’re not a Man” – the Adventures of a Woman at Work.

     

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    Hussain Zaidi

    Hussain Zaidi is an Indian author and former investigative journalist. His works include Dongri to Dubai: Six Decades of the Mumbai Mafia, Mafia Queens of Mumbai, Black Friday, and My Name is Abu Salem.

     

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    Raza Rumi

    Raza Ahmad Rumi is a Pakistani columnist , policy analyst and journalist. Raza is consulting editor of The Friday Times, senior fellow at Jinnah Institute and most recently affiliated with the United States Institute of Peace.

     

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    Saba Naqvi

    Saba Naqvi is a New Delhi-based journalist and author. Her first book, In Good Faith: A Journey In Search of An Unknown India, makes a case for pluralism in India through examples of communities that live in perfect communal harmony.

     

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    Shubha Mudgal

    Shubha Mudgal (born 1959) is a well-known Indian singer of Hindustani classical music, Khayal, Thumri, Dadra, and popular Indian Pop music. She has been awarded the 1996 National Film Award for Best Non-Feature Film Music Direction for 'Amrit Beej'.

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