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Power List of Indiawallahs who can make or break the India story In the United Kingdom, given its multi-cultural social fabric India is never out of the sight and with the ongoing globalisation – in trade, capital, information and technology – India is never out of the mind. With the largest electorate in the world having now voted in the government in New Delhi, the idea of India is also being renegotiated by these new nabobs of national politics. Outside India, it will be the discussions and deliberations in London’s drawing rooms that will shape the contours of the Indian mindscape. Our High and Mighty List then, is an eclectic collection of people who will then influence such discussions on India. These are the men and women who have the power to bring about change, influence opinion and challenge stereotypes and include an eclectic mix of academics, writers, scientists, artists, dancers, auctioneers, curators, chefs, fashion designers, doctors, activists, lawyers, journalists. Two Indian families – Hindujas and Mittals – are among the top five in the Sunday Times’ Rich List, but money alone will not ensure a place in our demanding list of Indiawallahs in the UK. Our list is beyond listing those who can hire, fire and spend. The businessmen, usual suspects in the UK media lists, had to prove their mettle beyond their wallets to find a place among increasing number of people who influence India from the riverside capital. This list is a first in the UK mediascape, which lists people, from all nationalities, who shape opinion on India and Indians, and can potentially influence and challenge its evolving policies and aesthetics. Their inclusion in the list gives us courage and worries, hope and defiance.

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