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Techie’s Novel impresses Actress
By Suneetha

When Atulya Mahajan, a Delhi techie, went abroad, he started a blog, Amreekandesi.com, observing life around him. The blog has had visitors from 197 countries, and a total of 800,000 page views, till date. Atulya’s debut novel, a humorous take on the archetypal immigrant experiences of a dorky techie and his pal, is therefore rightly titled Amreekandesi: Masters of America. More...

CEO Pens Debut Novel on BB
By Suneetha

This Jaipur lad did Commerce, but went into IT in parallel, working as IT instructor during college. The Internet then lured him to open his first business, making websites for local clients, which he still does. Later he did a Masters in Computers and is now CEO of Alea IT Solutions. Also shutterbug and debut author of SMTP - Crorepati Turns Roadpati, this is Ashutosh Bhatia. More...

BPO Exec book gets rave reviews
By Suneetha

He has been a neck-tie clad executive in the corporate world, and has written for charity and passion. He has lived in Guwahati, Chandigarh, Delhi and Gurgaon. Meet Sid Bahri, and I quote from his website bio where he introduces us to his debut novel, The Homing Pigeons. Sid started on the BPO platform with GE but is now writing away at Ranikhet. He tells us about his odyssey. More...

Best Seller Techie’s New Novel
By Suneetha

Young Mumbaikar Techie, Sudeep Nagarkar, barely 25, loves good food, bikes, music, friends and something unusual, which is writing best-sellers.  Both his earlier books, ‘Few things left unsaid’ and ‘That’s the way we met’ have remained chart-toppers, and he has now launched a third novel, ‘It Started With a Friend Request’. Catchy and intriguing titles? Here’s more from Sudeep. More...

Techie‘s novel sells 10000 copies
By Suneetha

Rohit Gore has written three novels and been in the Consulting and IT industry for the last one decade. In his childhood, his ambitions wandered from a theatre actor, an architect and a bookshop owner. Techie Novelist Rohit, who has an Engineering Degree followed up with an MBA, says he feels slightly jittery as his fourth novel, The Guardian Angels, is being launched this month More...

Techie behind The Green Bandits
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT Sector has empowered many highly qualified Techies to take a chance to pursue their heart felt calling.  Meet Neehar Cherabuddi, who studied Computer Science at Jawaharlal Nehru Technological Uni, India and Brown Uni, USA  before starting work with software giant Oracle. Neehar walked away from the security of a six figure income at Oracle to launch his startup. More...

Thriller ‘You Adored, Me Ignored’
By Resmi Jaimon

Ambalika Bhattacharyya is an Engineer by Training who started her tech career with blue chip Indian major Infosys.  She then did a PGDM from Mudra Institute of Communications and even worked in the Public Relations field before going on to teach at a College.  And now she has returned to IT at India’s most successful tech giant TCS. She has also written ‘You Adored, Me Ignored’ More...

Techie behind Go Goa Gone
By Hitesh Shetty

He used to program computers but is now working with a super star like Saif Ali Khan in India’s first Zombie film.  Meet Raj Nidimoru, who gave up a successful career as a Programmer to achieve great success in the competitive world of film making and Bollywood. The Producer-director team of Raj and Krishna D.K. are the men behind India’s first zombie comedy movie Go Goa Gone. More...

Techie is Echoing Green Finalist
By Shalini Nagaonkar

Neil D'Souza, Founder and President of Zaya, is one of the Finalists of the 2013 Echoing Green Fellowships.  The prestigious Echoing Green which ‘unleashes global talent to solve the world’s biggest problems’ received nearly 3,000 applications for the Echoing Green and Black Male Achievement Fellowships. With the help of 532 evaluators, 39 Echoing Green finalists were selected. More...

From Tech at Infy to Reading Hour
By Suneetha

Nine years with Infosys, Vaishali Khandekar then said good bye to software programs in 2004, and co-founded an English language literary print magazine Reading Hour, which now receives submissions from all over the world, from seasoned as well as aspiring writers, including techies. Vaishali talks about her publishing odyssey and how spouse Arun and she share a love for the word. More...

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