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Anisha Bhaduri is currently the web editor of the Asia Pacific edition of China Daily, published from Hong Kong. Earlier, she held the position of Deputy News Editor of The Statesman in India, and was its coordinator for Asia News Network (ANN). In 2012 she was published in She Writes, a collection of short stories selected through a nationwide contest by MSN and Penguin Random House. She has also been a contest judge and cover page illustrator for Fabula Press.
In 2009, Anisha won the first prize in a national literary contest for women writers organized by the British Council in India. Anisha is also the first Indian woman to become a Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Fellow, and was identified as an Emerging Leader in Asian Journalism in 2011. A visiting faculty to the Statesman Print Journalism School, Anisha was conferred the Pradyot Bhadra Young Journalist Award for Excellence by Pracheen Kala Kendra in December, 2011. Anisha has also written book chapters commissioned by the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung on contemporary Indian journalism and politics.
In 2019, Anisha instituted the Panchanan - Chhabi Bhaduri Memorial IIMCAA Scholarship at her alma mater IIMC, Dhenkanal, for needy students.
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- She writes : a collection of short stories. Noida: Random House India. 2013. ISBN 978-81-8400-124-2. OCLC 830526901.
- MSN (2012-09-25). She Writes. Random House India. ISBN 978-81-8400-333-8.
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- "Penguin Random House". PenguinRandomhouse.com. Retrieved 2020-01-02.
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