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Dev Saha on ‘The Brotherhood’
By Hitesh Shetty

Dev Saha did a Bachelor of Computer Science from Pune and followed it up with an MBA in Marketing.  He has worked for a number of blue chip companies including German tech giant SAP.  Recently, Dev wrote ‘The Brotherhood’ whose story line is about an honest police officer, Ranjit Sanyal, who after losing his family in a terror attack, stumbles on to a Cabal who run the country. More...

Ravinder Singh on Forbes List
By Suneetha

Ravinder Singh, the Infosys techie turned author is on a new high. If the previous bugles blared out his book sales hitting the roof, this time it is an endorsement, and on none less than a Forbes celebrity list for the top 100 Celebrities of India.  Ravinder Singh has been put at rank 88, and he rubs shoulders with names like Big B, the Khans and the Cricket Gods like Dhoni. More...

Teen Cyber Expert and Author
By Shalini Nagaonkar

Prateek Shukla, an 18-year old computer professional and Network Security expert, has become the world's second youngest author in the IT industry. Prateek has recently co-authored a book titled ‘The Unrevealed Secrets of Hacking and Cracking: Hack Before You Get Cracked’. The book serves as a complete reference for information security as well as the laws governing the sector. More...

A Beautiful System Administrator
By Arti

A techie working with a blue chip company finally discovers the 'Diva' within. Mathura-born Priyanka Khandelwal, who is currently working as a Windows System Administrator at HCL Technologies for the last 4 years, was selected in the Top 16 for the Veet ‘Be the Diva’ contest. Veet 'Be the Diva' is an annual model hunt that helps fresh talent enter the world of beauty & fashion. More...

Talented Techie Stars in NRI Movie
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT Sector in India has enabled many Techies to give form to their creative and artistic talents.  Meet Techie Rohit Kalia, who modeled as an Engineering student; and after joining one of India’s most respected giants Infosys,  has landed a plum role in the a movie ‘NRI’ . And as happens in Bollywood movies,  this young man from Punjab was offered the role in Sydney. More...

DesiMartini to Health and Fitness
By Resmi Jaimon

Dhruv Gupta studied Computer Engineering in US and consulted for a number of Fortune 500 Companies before returning to India to become one of the big success stories in the Indian startup ecosystem.  Dhruv is also an accomplished fitness & health expert and has written on this topic for national & international media. He has co-authored ‘Losing It.! Making Weight Loss Simple ’ More...

Shalini wins WEQ 5 Lakh prize
By Shalini Nagaonkar

In Dec, 2012, Bangalore hosted the prestigious Annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing India conference.  One of the highlights of this conference was the Women Entrepreneur Quest (WEQ), designed to promote early stage women driven Startups, where the winner was awarded Rs. 5 Lakh. Ms. Shalini Pillai Banerjee emerged as the winner of the Women Entrepreneur Quest More...

India~s Health Assist goes to Chile
By Arti

Start-Up Chile is a program created by the Chilean Govt in 2010 to attract early stage entrepreneurs from around the world to bootstrap their startups in Chile. The program aims to make Chile the innovation hub of Latin America. This time 105 startups (of the 1400 who applied) made the cut for Start-Up Chile's sixth round of funding of which 7 percent companies are from India. More...

Tech Huma App: Water Supplier Hyd
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT Sector in India has enabled many Techies and Engineers to give form to ideas that help everyone.  Meet Vedulla Kumar, who is heading a group of software professionals, to create a clever Android App that helps people in the tech hub of Hyderabad, India to buy good quality water at the best price. It is an intelligent App and caters to users specific preferences. More...

Manas Gajare: Arrow to App success
By Arti

You have got a bow and 25 arrows, shoot as many balloons as you can … this is what a Nashik boy Manas Gajare thought of playing on his mobile while waiting for a bus at a Bus Stop. Gajare is an Apps Developer who completed his B.E. from the Sardar Patel Institute of Technology, Mumbai, and then moved back to the emerging tech hub of Nashik, Maharashtra to launch his startup. More...

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