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Eleven websites banned by India
By Bala Shah

Bangalore based The Centre for Internet and Society describes its vision and mission to ‘critically engage with concerns of digital pluralism, public accountability and pedagogic practices, in the field of Internet and Society, with particular emphasis on South - South dialogues and exchange’. CIS filed a RTI with the Govt of India and has scooped the list of banned websites. More...

Rural Relations Connects India
By Suneetha

Gandhiji once said India lives in her villages. The current times see a relentless march towards converting the villages into industry and residential land rather than sustaining the essence of villages with new technology. Pradeep Lokhande, from Wai village in Satara District, Maharashtra, decided to dream big and reach out to the villages to help them realise their dreams. More...

Techie cycles to save nature
By Sharada Balasubramanian

Some people live a life of their choice. In the league of such courageous people is Vaibhav Desai, whose thirst for global travel intensified as he started cycling to different states in India. As techie Vaibhav crosses different paths and States, and learns about the culture and tradition of locals, he also connects and educates the people about conserving local biodiversity. More...

Techie Manish Ahuja protects tigers
By Hitesh Shetty

In a Flat World, not only have Technology and Telecom hubs been created in India and China, but a large number of qualified techies from these countries have migrated to USA and Europe, settled well and integrated into local societies.  And in this Flat World, an Indian techie working for one of the most reputed tech companies, volunteers to help look after wildlife in America. More...

Team of sight impaired techies
By Suneetha

What’s common to Stevie Wonder, Surdas, Helen Keller and Siddhant Chothe, Nitin Dhaware, Sandhya Murkute, Sanghapal Bhowate and Vikas Waghmare? All of them are achievers whose visual impairment did not spell an end to their world. The latter 5 people are Comp Science graduates and form Team TechVision, ‘a software writing firm’ at the Niwant Andh Mukta Vikasalaya in Pune, India More...

Nalini By Day, Nancy By Night
By Suneetha

Nalini By Day, Nancy By Night. Split personality? Subterfuge?  No! This was a 27 minute documentary, in 2003 by Sonali Gulati, on the Call Centre scenario, told from the perspective of an Indian immigrant living in the USA. The film went on to win many awards and be appreciated across the globe. Techgoss talks to Ms. Gulati about NDNB and her life after the award winning film. More...

POCC: Lot happens over Coffee
By Suneetha

Coffee is just one of the many items on their menu. They have 3894 members as I write this, including investors, lawyers, accountants and freelancers who work with startups. They usually meet on the 1st Saturday of every month in Pune. Attendance is open to everyone and admission is free, and you can actually network and grow under the umbrella of experience and fellow feeling. More...

Collabor8 in WB contest finals
By Nina Mukherji

Passionate about creating a better world and applying technology to solve many of the global social and poverty challenges led 3 enterprising young women and software engineers to enter the World Bank sponsored Apps for Development Competition.  They had a great idea and not surprisingly their submission Collabor8, related to maternal and child health, made it to the finals. More...

myEshala helps enlighten students
By Nina Mukherji

Technology pervades all aspects of our lives, and now even educational institutions are actively adopting tech based systems. A school in Pune, after scouring the market for a suitable e-learning tool and not finding one, developed one of its own.  This innovative tool - myEshala has been created by individuals with great software skills as well as experience in education. More...

Techie behind popular cricket song
By Hitesh Shetty

Cricket song ‘Balle Mataram’ has turned out to be a big hit in the IT and BPO sectors.  Sung by Sukhwinder Singh for the Cricket World Cup 2011, techies have played a key role in every aspect of the song – from financing to the music itself.  Techgoss speaks to ex Networking tech expert turned full time musician Uday Shankar who is one of the key players behind Balle Mataram. More...

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