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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...

Startup stock: Not Satyamev Jayate
By TG Team

Hundreds of early Indian employees of blue chip giants like Infy are multi millionaires today, and thousands of others (some at Startups) are also well off - all thanks to their Stock Options given to them when they joined.  Sadly these 4 employees of a startup were not so lucky. They slogged for 14 hours a day hoping for financial security, but it turned out to be a pipe dream 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...

Techie is Motivational Speaker
By Suneetha

He works with Accenture at Mumbai. He is a motivational speaker in his free time, works with NGOs on weekends, and after that finds time to pen fiction. It’s quite not in that order, but Anuj Tiwari, the Bareilly Boy and debutante author tells us that his days are for work and evenings for his passion. Curious? Listen to what Anuj tells Techgoss about his multifarious profile. More...

Techies Lyrics in Popular Movie
By Suneetha

Anu Elizabeth Jose is on a high as the box office and fans sing to the tune of her amazing lyrics, but she keeps her words short and sweet. This Kerala based TCS techie penned 3 songs for the recently released romantic Malayalam film ‘Thattathin Marayath’ and one song has lent the film its much-loved title. Techgoss meets Anu who credits her success to God, family and Teamwork. More...

Bollywood loves Techie’s Posters
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Computer Engineer Abhinav Bhatt who juggles the role of Functional Analyst of Retail Applications by day and a successful Designer of Posters once he finishes his day job. His Posters are so eye catching that they have been publicly praised by many Bollywood big names like Rohan Sippy. More...

From Tech to Shuttlecock Boys
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Techie Hemant Gaba, a Maths graduate from Delhi,  who had a J2EE related tech role in blue chip MNCs like CMC and UBS, but left the lucrative and secure world of technology to make films.  Their debut feature film Shuttlecock Boys opened earlier this month and has received good reviews. More...

Techie creates a Magical Palace
By Hitesh Shetty

The booming IT industry has enabled many Techies to pursue their talents and passions.  Meet Kunal Mukherjee who studied Physics at Birla Institute of Technology and Science followed by Research at IIT.  This was followed by even more study in USA and then a successful career in technology – first as a Techie then a Manager.  His book ‘My Magical Palace’ has been well received. More...

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