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Anuradha Roy's Cooking Women. The third Outlook-Picador non-fiction prizes were announced today, with a tie for runner up, between Kavery Nambisan (Dr. Sad and the Power Lunch) and Nilanjana S. Roy (English Vegetables, Desi Steak).

And The Prize Goes To...
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Outlook and Picador India thank all the participants of the Outlook/Picador India Non-Fiction Competition. We were overwhelmed by your enthusiasm and by the number of entries we received.

The jury comprised:

Vinod Mehta , Editor-in-Chief, Outlook
Sandipan Deb
, Managing Editor, Outlook
Siddhartha Deb
, Author
Jason Cowley
, Senior Editor, The Observer

The judges announced the winners at an awards ceremony at the India International Centre Annexe lawns in New Delhi today and the First Prize went to Anuradha Roy for Cooking Women. 

There was a tie for runner up, between Kavery Nambisan , for her entry, Dr. Sad and the Power Lunch, and Nilanjana S. Roy for English Vegetables, Desi Steak.

The First Prize-winning entry will appear in Outlook dated March 1, 2004 and be available on the site on Saturday, February 28, 2004. The other two prize-winning entries, along with the following two short-listed ones would be available on the website from Monday March 1, 2004 onwards:

Ruma Dasgupta : The Other Side
Venu Madhav Govindu
:The ‘Invention of Tradition’ in Indian Food

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