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Techie Samson Koletkar is a comic success
By Dj Varma and Techgirl

Full-time techie by day and comedian by night, Samson Koletkar, is often described as the ‘Indian Seinfield’.  An Indian Jewish comedian, he is greatly sought after by the affluent Indian community in USA and has recently performed at TIE CON, ITPIO and many other established tech forums. Born in Mumbai, he now calls USA home. More...

Indian Perry Mason solves cyber crime
By Suneetha

Lawyer in cyber-world turning to investigating crime and a techie at that! Powerful blend of crime solving skills this, and Pattathil Dhanya Menon is the stuff combining Sherlock Homes, Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple and Perry Mason with a computer science degree. Dhanya’s credentials are impressive. Techgoss met her and here is our conversation. More...

Techie pens sequel to best-seller debut novel
By Suneetha

Farahad Zama is a UK settled IIT trained super techie whose debut novel ‘A Marriage Bureau for Rich People’ was a best-seller across the world and went on to be translated into several languages. Techgoss had interviewed Farahad last year. Popular demand on a follow-up has brought Zama back with a sequel to it. The book is already out in UK More...

Tech giant Intel stars actors playing Indians
By Pulkit Sharma

Intel is the dominant chip player in the world and controls 80 percent of the $40 billion market.  Intel chips have stood the test of time and rugged conditions and drive most of the personal computers and laptops in the world. But the recession is biting and Intel first quarter profits this year was only $647 million as compared to $1.44 billion in 2008. More...

Security expert starts NGO to help cyber victims
By Suneetha

22 year old Sunny Vaghela is your ‘friendly neighbourhood cyberman’ in all respects. This cyber-whiz has notched up impressive achievements like helping the Crime Branch solve the blast cases in Ahmedabad and Mumbai by tracing emails sent by terrorists.  He is also credited with solving a number of cases involving fake Orkut profiles as well as SMS spoofing. More...

SMS Community Newsletter: Serving Mankind Smartly
By Suneetha

Pune-based Ravi Ghate runs a local SMS Community Newsletter service and his motto is ‘From Zero for Zeros.’ In 2006, he won the National Youth Award, Government of India’s highest award given to Youth Social Workers in India for his contribution in “Computer Literacy Mission” & “Technology for the Masses.” In 2007, he received the prestigious Manthan Award. More...

Silicon Valley unites against moral police
By Suneetha.B

‘Step Out, Stand Up, Stamp Out’ says the slogan, and this is Bangalore’s united protest against the moral policing by the self-proclaimed guardians of Indian culture.  Residents of India’s Silicon Valley, Bangalore, marched as one to protest attacks on women and our tolerant, secular culture. The  bashing of women in pubs sent shock waves in the Indian tech community. More...

Techie Love Story profits given to charity
By Suneetha.B

Symbols of undying love are rare!  Remember Eric Segal’s Love Story? Or maybe looking nearer home how about the Taj Mahal?  Well, when a techie decides to reveal his undying love for a girl, it an even more singular event. Yes, a techie who is a Project Lead in Infosys, Chandigarh has turned his real life story into a novel, in a process of catharsis of his emotions. More...

Bangalore protests Software Patents
By Suneetha.B

Copyrights? Yes! Patents? No! The Free Software Users Group in India emphatically protested against a back door attempt to create patents out of what is considered at par with an art form in the field of IT, viz. software. They held a candle light vigil attended by more than a 100 people in Bangalore, on the 23rd August 2008 in front of the Town Hall in India’s Silicon City. More...

COO Ashish Gupta:  First Said KPO.  And It Caught On
By Dj Varma

Ashish is the COO and Country Head (India) at Evalueserve. An IIT graduate, he went on to do an MBA from the Carnegie Mellon University. After a very distinguished career at McKinsey & Co,he ran his own successful business before joining Evalueserve.  Ashish spoke to Techgoss on how and where the acronym KPO was first used.  We put the following questions to him.
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