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Techie writes Banquet on the Dead
By Resmi Jaimon

Techie Sharath Komarraju was born in India, and as a teenager, accompanied his parents in a move to New Zealand.  After studying Engineering at New Zealand, he joined blue chip tech major IBM.  Bangalore based Sharath, who has a keen interest in science fiction and mystery, is a prolific writer. His first novel is ‘'Murder in Amaravati' and he has published his second novel. More...

Techie pens a novel about love
By Resmi Jaimon

The booming IT industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions. Techie Pamela Sinha Mathur started her IT career with the highly regarded technology giant Infosys and is currently with another equally successful Indian tech giant.  Pamela, who started writing poems in her childhood, has penned ‘Of Love & Lovers’ which she describes as a story about Love. More...

Techie’s Book for Kids recognized
By Suneetha

This gentleman has a cluster of enviable degrees under his belt and that’s in both technology and management. He has also written scripts for animation films, like Chhota Bheem and Kumbh Karan. What brings him to limelight now is his book ‘Raja and the Giant Donut’ which is in the short-list of The Economist Crossword Book Award 2012 for Children’s Writing. Meet Prashant Pinge. More...

Techie Pens Two Best Sellers
By Suneetha

Young techie Sudeep Nagarkar is on top of the world. He penned not one but two best sellers in quick succession and had them published with a company of repute. Definitely a matter for kudos. Nagarkar’s debut, ‘Few things left unsaid’ sold above 2 lakh copies and his ‘That’s the way we met’ has been on best seller charts within a month of its July release. Meet Sudeep Nagarkar. More...

Photography Award for Web designer
By Resmi Jaimon

Pradeep Soman works as a Senior Web Designer at a highly regarded Software Solutions company at Technopark, Trivandrum which is one of the key technology hubs of India.  Pradeep has more than 13 years of experience in the Graphic designing field and his eye for creativity and beauty have won him yet another laurel - the State Photography Award 2012.  TG caught up with Pradeep. More...

A Technical Writer pens a novel
By Resmi Jaimon

Amandeep Sandhu has worked as a Technical Writer at blue chip Technology giants like Novell and Oracle.  But his early life story is also filled with many challenges and successes - sleeping on an empty stomach at tech hub Bangalore and then getting a job at the prestigious national newspaper The Economic Times.  All of which helped him write his latest book 'Roll of Honour’ More...

Techie in running for Book Award
By Suneetha

Ravinder Singh, ex Infosys techie turned author had blown the roof off with a simple love story quoted from his life, ‘I Too Had a Love Story’ in 2008 and topped charts with sales nearing 3 lakh copies. His second book, ‘Can Love Happen Twice’, out in Dec 2011, is doing even better and is now in the short-list of the Economist Crossword Book Award 2012 in the Popular category. More...

The Book Under My Pillow
By Resmi Jaimon

Murugesan Venkatapathi was born in Coimbatore, India.  After studying engineering at Bharathiar University, he pursued higher education at the University of North Carolina and later at Purdue University.  After being a Research Associate at Purdue for a few years, he joined the prestigious Indian Institute of Science at Bangalore, India as an Assistant Professor in early 2009. More...

Techie directs Molly Aunty Rocks
By Resmi Jaimon

Ranjith Sankar, Film Director and screenplay writer of Malayalam movies successfully handles multiple roles in life - one that of an extremely successful IT professional and the other in the Cine world. His films have been very well received and his first movie ‘Passenger’ received many awards. Ranjith Sankar has now turned Producer as well under the banner 'Dreams N Beyond'. More...

First Gay Pride Parade in Hyd
By Hitesh Shetty

How many more years and battles have to be fought before India will see equal rights for all its citizens regardless of their sex, caste, religion or sexual preference?  And would Indian tech hubs like Hyderabad, with an educated, cosmopolitan workforce, lead the way in this quest for equality? One test would be how Hyd responds to its first Gay Pride Parade later this year. More...

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