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Movers and Shakers.

Time just released their 2009 World's 100 Most Influential list. Not surprisingly, the first desippearance in the top 100 was business wiz Nandan Nilekani, the co-founder and co-chairman of Infosys, the techie powerhouse that's flexing its muscles internationally. Time selected Vikas Swarup, the author behind the global phenomenon known as Slumdog Millionaire, to pen the praiseful piece about Mr. Nilekani. You can check it out here.Photo Credit: Namas Bhojani.
Next up on Time's list was none other than our fave firecracker, Mathangi Arulpragasam,who came in at # 42. DJ, singer, producer, artist, fashion designer ... these are but a few of the many hats worn by M.I.A. Famed producer Spike Jonze wrote glowingly of M.I.A.'s cultural impact. Click here to read more.Photo Credit: Ben Watts for Time.
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