Techie’s Book for Kids recognized

prashant pinge

prashant pinge 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. Continue reading

Techie Celebrates Third Novel

Rohit Gore

Rohit Gore Rohit Gore has written three novels and been in the Consulting and IT industry for the last one decade. In his childhood, his ambitions wandered from a theatre actor, an architect and a bookshop owner, but after an engineering degree, an MBA from S P Jain Institute and some aamchi Mumbai life, he is now a Punekar with his wife Pranita. Meet this history, music and sports buff. Continue reading

Techie Pens Two Best Sellers

Sudeep Nagarkar

Sudeep Nagarkar

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. Continue reading

Techie in running for Book Award

Ravinder Singh - Author

Ravinder Singh - Author 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. Continue reading

Techie’s Film against Corruption


Filmmaker, novelist, entrepreneur and cartoonist, he spent several years in the media and internet industries, and is the Founder Director of Delnex Media Private Limited, which runs the shopping portal Previously he had launched the entertainment portal and financial portal Meet K.V. Gautam, author and film director, who wears many hats. Continue reading

Goodbye Tech Hello Thrillophilia

Chitra Gurnani Daga of Thrillophilia

Chitra Gurnani Daga of ThrillophiliaIt’s not unusual nowadays for techies to taper off into unique professions. Follow your heart, is what works. In case of Chitra Daga, SAP expert and one of the founders of Thrillophilia, the passion for outdoors did the trick. A bad experience on a weekend trip inspired Chitra and her comrades to launch an adventure sports portal which has grown leaps and bounds. Meet Ms. Daga. Continue reading

Techie CEO innovates and inspires

Deepak Ravindran of Innoz

Deepak Ravindran of InnozAged 25, a college drop-out, but a Fellow of INK, SLP and YCE and CEO of a leading mobile technology company; rated among the 18 hottest technology innovators from India for 2011 by the MIT, he won their telecommunication award for his product SMSGyan, the largest offline search in the world; he was also a TED Talent Search Participant for 2011. Meet Deepak Ravindran of Innoz. Continue reading