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How techies stop Bollywood pirates
By Bala Shah and DJ

Bollywood is a multi billion dollar business.  And such big money always attracts the sharks and pirates.  Every year, Bollywood loses big bucks to the internet pirates.  Even nice guys like Bollywood super star Aamir Khan are not spared.  His latest production Peepli Live had to hire a team of techies working at Bangalore based Aiplex software to help fight off the pirates. More...

Salman Khan’s online academy a hit
By Resmi Jaimon

USA-based  Salman Khan graduated from Harvard Business School and has had successful stints as a Technical Architect at Scient and as a Senior Product Manager at software giant Oracle.  He has also held key roles in the VC sector. Salman is also an internet phenomenon having launched the online Khan Academy which is a not for profit online NGO that provides free education. More...

Arty Altruism in a Techie Life
By Suneetha B

Techie Vinutha Choudri unwinds most days with some form of hand-craft art. But she knew she had more to do for society in general. She didn’t know what till she waited in a mall, and watched the swirling business life around a Kundan jewellery sale. The rest as they say is history. Vinutha spoke to Techgoss about how her NGO combines her love of art with social service. More...

Website rates engineering colleges
By Resmi Jaimon

For aspiring Engineers, choosing a college in Kerala is a tedious task with 114 Engineering colleges battling each other to attract the best and brightest. The students have to evaluate a number of criterions before choosing a college.  Till a decade back, there were around only a dozen engineering colleges and so getting admission was considered a relatively simple task. More...

Can Americans laugh at Outsourcing?
By Shalini Singh

This year the Indian IT, BPO and KPO sectors will earn revenue of $60 Billion mainly from clients in USA and Europe.  Even as many Americans are hurting due to their jobs being moved offshore, Indian companies are laughing all the way to the bank.  Now American media and entertainment giant NBC Universal will be broadcasting a comedy ‘Outsourced’ to its American audience. More...

Techie novelist makes waves
By Suneetha

She modestly says she has done ‘some other interesting things, like research as a biomedical scientist, solder on rocket payloads, teach French, volunteer with both abused women and abused animals, and work for a nonprofit healthcare organization’. Meet Vanitha Sankaran, techie, whose debut novel “Watermark’ is making waves. More...

IITian debuts as author with Penguin
By Suneetha

Creative Indian techies are on a roll these days. Every few months, we hear of a bright techie hitting the limelight with his artistic or creative pursuits. Joining the bandwagon today is Paritosh Uttam, an IIT M alumnus, and a practicing techie. His debut novel with none other than Penguin Books is out this month. More...

Music, Motivation and the BPO
By Suneetha

Have you danced to desi produced ‘The Blog Song’ or been mesmerized by the ‘Vocal Chanting’ style, a combo of India with techno dance beats and deep bass? Wilbur Sargunaraj, the man behind this joyful, mind-blowing music is also a call centre specialist and a motivational speaker who will tell you to follow your heart to be happy. More...

Dr. Tulsi: Despite past persecution prefers India
By Suneetha

A genius undeserved by many of us, but he still prefers India to an overseas assignment. Tathagat Avatar Tulsi had been recognised and then derecognised as a young scientific genius by many in the science world. The circle is now complete with him attaining a PhD at the age of 21 to become one of the youngest scientists ever. More...

Bangalore:  SMS soaps on mobile
By Suneetha

Get ready to be addicted to the sms soaps on your mobile screens! AVS Sreenivas, a Bangalore-based HR consultant, short story writer and editor of a neighbourhood newspaper ‘Wednesday Digest’ is working on exactly that. Currently, 500 women have signed up. This is what AVS Sreenivas told Techgoss about this endeavour. More...

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