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Chiki Sarkar to Quit Penguin Random House

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Chiki Sarkar to Quit Penguin Random House
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Leading publishing house Penguin Random House India today announced that its Publisher Chiki Sarkar will be leaving the company after having served it in different capacities for eight years.

A new team of Meru Gokhale, editor-in-chief (literary); Milee Ashwarya, editor-in-chief (commercial and business); and Udayan Mitra, Associate Publisher has been named to helm the editorial functions of the company.

Sarkar worked with Penguin Random House India (and its separate companies) since 2006 during which she was the Editor-in-Chief of the then newly-founded Random House India.

She became Publisher of Penguin Books India in 2011 and held the role at Penguin Random House India since 2014, when the two companies merged.

"Chiki has been responsible for acquiring and shaping the writing of some of South Asia's finest authors, who have gone on to win recognition and prizes both locally and internationally," a statement issued by the company said.

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