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  • AFTAB JAFFERJEE

    AFTAB JAFFERJEE

    Aftab Jafferjee is Ranked in Band 1 in the field of Crime by Chambers & Partners. When appointed Junior Treasury Counsel in 1997, Aftab became the first member of any ethnic minority to be so appointed in the one hundred and thirty eight year history of Treasury Counsel.


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  • JANE KRAMER

    JANE KRAMER

    Jane Kramer is the longtime European correspondent of The New Yorker, and for more than twenty years wrote the magazine’s “Letter from Europe.” She is the author of ten books, among them Whose Art Is It? and, notably, Europeans and The Politics of Memory, which were chosen as two of the hundred most important works of American journalism


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  • Pawan Kalugala

    DILHANI THANTIRIMUDALIGE

    Dilhani Thantirimudalige is a poet and a free-lance communication specialists who hails from Kandy. She began writing and publishing poetry as a young student of Good Shepard Convent. Her poem at that time “The world I see” was chosen to be published in the American Poetry Anthology of 1991. Among her favorite styles of writing are the narrative and confessional poems that share expressions of memories and experience. She owns a Bachelors Degree in the stream of social sciences from the open university of Colombo. Presently she lives with her husband and two children in Homagama.


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  • Pawan Kalugala

    GEHAN TALWATTE

    Gehan Talwatte is a London based media entrepreneur and investor. He chronicles his search for the best martini at martinimandate.com


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  • GRACE WICKRAMASINGE

    GRACE WICKRAMASINGE

    Grace Wickremasinghe is a 22 year old Sri Lankan spoken word poet and a Law student at the University of London, who moonlights as a food critic from Colombo. Youngest writer to be shortlisted for Greatiean Prize for her second collection ‘Closure’ and World Black Water Poetry Festival in Ireland. Her third collection, Not your baby is available now. Both of her previous collections are sold out!


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