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Techie’s book inspired by Tagore
By Suneetha

A gold medalist in Mechanical Engineering, he has worked with the top 3 Indian Tech majors, lived in London, Toronto, Dubai and San Francisco before moving back home to the City Of Joy as a Project Manager in Wipro. After 2 successful books, he is hard at work on his third novel, a historical fiction thriller inspired by the life of Tagore and Jim Morrison. Meet Saptarshi Basu. More...

Creating happiness: Ekgaon ka CEO
By Hitesh Shetty

Ekgaon describes itself as having ‘a different model of success. For us the true value of our achievement is not in the amount of money we make, but in the extent to which we make the world a better place to live’.  Ekgaon has won a swag of awards, including one from NASSCOM, and specializes in developing technologies and IT systems to meet the needs of developing communities. More...

National Film Award for SAP Techie
By Suneetha

With dizzy numbers like ‘Dum Maro Dum’ and ‘Mehbooba’ to melodies like ‘Tum Aa Gaye Ho’ and ‘Tere Bina Zindagi Se’, music maestro R.D. Burman spun his musical magic in a number of Bollywood hits. IIT Kharagpur alumnus and SAP expert Anirudha Bhattacharjee and banker Balaji Vittal joined hands to re-create his magic in a superb, new biography "R.D. Burman - The Man and Music". More...

A Techie’s Tryst with RTI
By Suneetha Balakrishnan

Infosys techie Y Panasarama Krishna is adept at the new transparency tool of the average Indian, the Right To Information (RTI). Krishna and his team mates at the ITMD (It’s Time to Make a Difference) have been at the helm of RTI awareness campaigns and assisting citizens to file RTIs, as well as also filing RTIs on public issues themselves. Krishna chats on life, RTI, and more. More...

Techie pens Twists and Turns
By Suneetha

Vignesh.R is unassuming about his intro. “I’m one of those numerous office-going software guys populating this bustling Chennai city” he says. This Trichy engineering graduate in Instrumentation from Sastra University, Tanjore, who has been with Indian technology major Infosys since 2006, is now in limelight with his debut fiction ‘Twists and Turns’. TG caught up with Vignesh. More...

Engineer transforms into Ek Titli
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT-ITES industry in India has empowered many Tech Specialists to leave lucrative careers with blue chip tech majors and launch their own startups.  Engineer Vaibhav Dugar, who studied Electronics and Telecommunications, quit a job with a Media company to help launch a Green Tech startup Ek Titli whose slogan is ‘Positive Green News’. TG caught up with Vaibhav Dugar More...

Indian Techie with a World Kick
By Suneetha

Raised in Pune and currently working there, Techie Sidhu Kshetri has literally kicked his way to the top. He holds two Guinness Records for his Taekwondo feats. The first for ‘The Most Martial art kicks in one minute using one leg only’ and the second one for ‘The most martial art kicks in 30 minutes using one leg only’. Techgoss chats with Kshetri on Taekwondo kicks and more. More...

Techie Historian wins Litprize
By Suneetha

Rohit Manchanda has juggled the alphabet and the laboratory since some time, and penned three books including a very worthwhile narrative history of the first 50 years of Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay. Recently, this Professor at the Biomedical Engineering Group, IIT Bombay shared a One Lakh Rs worth Britain based prestigious literary award with another Indian writer. More...

Indian Techie is Facebook Fellow
By Suneetha

A full payment for their 2012-13 tuition, a $30,000 stipend to cover study expenses, $5,000 for conference travel, and $2,500 for a personal computer. More than a good deal?  This is the Facebook grant for their 2012-13 Fellows. Rashmi K V, at UC Berkeley, and the only Indian National on the exclusive list, is among the bright well qualified dozen selected from 300 applications. More...

Techie pens short story anthology
By Suneetha

It’s mostly a ‘slice of life’ but Technology Manager Dheeraj Chauhan’s short story anthology touches a chord with most people. His choices of premise resonate with what all of us see as we pass through life day in and day out, rightly indicated by the title ‘Behind the Windows’. Techgoss meets up with this NIT Allahabad, IIM Lucknow alumnus and avid movie buff for a short chat. More...

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