We bring you some of the Indian-origin CEO's who are famous worldwide. Sundar Pichai Pichai, 43, has been appointed as the CEO of the new parent company of Google that is Alphabet Inc. Pichai belongs to Chennai. He completed his Engineering Degree from IIT ... Jagran Post, 1 week ago
Meet 10 Indians who head global tech companies - Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
Lok Sabha Speaker Sumitra Mahajan came down heavily on Congress leaders for "persistently and willfully obstructing the House" and suspended them for 5 days. The members who have been punished include the President's son, ex-chief ministers’ sons and an ex-CM’s grandson. Rediff.com brings you the complete list. Gaurav Gogoi Son of Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, the young first-time MP from Kaliabor is considered among Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s storm-troopers ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
EkStep to offer android app-based solutions to help children solve learning problemsIt all started on June 15 last year during a small meeting at the house of Nandan Nilekani, who had just returned home after spending a few weeks in the US following his defeat in the Lok Sabha elections. Other than the hosts -- Nilekani and wife Rohini -- the only other person present was Shankar Maruwada, a seasoned tech entrepreneur who had joined Nilekani’s core team at the Unique Identification ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
'The dark side is not me; I am a mama's boy,' Ganesh Venkatraman tells S Saraswathi. After years of playing second fiddle, Ganesh Venkatraman has finally come into his own. He plays the lead role in Acharam, which opened to positive reviews last weekend. Ganesh’s excellent portrayal of a psychotic killer was much appreciated. From modelling to television to cinema, this tall, good-looking Gladrags Mr India winner has come a long way in the film industry. He made his acting ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
‘Overall responsibility must be taken by Indira because she was the one who gave the order’ ‘Indira was a strong and ruthless leader and Indians admire strong leaders’ ‘I do not think that many young people really know what happened’ Veteran journalist Coomi Kapoor, whose book The Emergency: A Personal Account was published recently, speaks to Sheela Bhatt/Rediff.com about Independent India’s darkest phase. An archival image of former prime minister ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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