Lola Nayar

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Writer

Lola Nayar is an Indian journalist, known for publications at Outlook Magazine, as well as the World Bank.[1] She was awarded the Mumbia Press Club Redink award for her article The Great Gas Heist in 2014.[2]

The Great Gas Heist

Nayar's 2014 article "The Great Gas Heist" exposed a wide ranging corruption scandal, involving Reliance Industries and the United Progressive Alliance.

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