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POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Apr 18, 2009 AT 18:20 IST ,  Edited At: Apr 18, 2009 18:21 IST

Business Week's latest list of “50 Most Powerful People in India” has five media people—

  • Ajith Balakrishnan: Chairman, Rediff.com
  • Ramachandra Guha: "Columnist, historian, and die-hard cricket fan". Also See: Ram Guha in Outlook
  • Vineet Jain: "Younger of the two brothers who run The Times of India and the Economic Times, the world's largest English newspaper and the world's second largest business paper" 
  • Tarun Tejpal: "A celebrity journalist like no other in India". Editor, Tehelka. Also See: Tarun Tejpal in Outlook &
  • Amit Varma: “Blogger Amit Varma brings a particular libertarian point of view to his columns and blog items, but also a risqué sense of humor that keeps readers hooked. He won the 2007 Bastiat Prize for his columns in Indian business paper Mint, and for a select group of Indians, he represents a libertarian, anti-tax and anti-government sensibility that is still quite rare in the country.” Also see: Amit Varma in Outlook

Congratulations, all.

POSTED BY Sundeep Dougal ON Apr 18, 2009 AT 18:20 IST ,  Edited At: Apr 18, 2009 18:21 IST
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