'In certain sectors we want to become catalysts, in others we want to encourage.' S D Shibulal discusses Axilor Ventures with Ayan Pramanik and Raghu Krishnan. IMAGE: Along with other partners, Infosys co-founders S D Shibulal, left, and Krish Gopalakrishnan, right, set up Axilor Ventures. Photograph: Courtesy Axilor Ventures/Facebook.com. Set up by Infosys co-founders S D Shibulal and Krish Gopalakrishnan along with other partners, Axilor Ventures mentors start-up aspirants with bold ... Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
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Interview with Axilor Ventures mentorBusiness Standard, 1 month ago
S D Shibulal, co-founder Infosys, there is a reverse brain drain, especially in the commercial spaceBusiness Standard, 1 month ago
Sudha Murty worries that India has still not learnt its lessons from history, she tells Rediff.com's Savera R Someshwar.Videos: Afsar Datayar/Rediff.com Part 1: Sudha Murty: We are not an equal society IMAGE: "Successful people are those who face a lot of difficulties but convert every failure into a step to go up," say Sudha Murty. Photograph: Afsar Dayatar/Rediff.com "I don't do any housework," Sudha Murty confesses to gales of laughter. "I want to admit that right now." And cooking makes ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
Infosys, India’s second largest software services provider, has hogged headlines over issues raised by the founders on governance, especially on the severance package offered to a few executives and the pay hike to its CEO Vishal Sikka. Though on the ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 week ago
Sore points: Sikka's salary, high severance pay to executives, poor disclosures. I Image: Infosys founders (from left) Nandan Nilekani, N S Raghavan, Kris Gopalakrishnan, N R Narayanmurthy, S D Shibulal and K Dinesh at Infosys headquarters. Photograph: Shailendra Bhojak/PTI Photo. The founders of Infosys have flagged concerns over transparency and corporate governance at the second-largest software exporter in the country. They have questioned the compensation package of Chief Executive ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
'India is a country where many of the problems need local solutions and some be solved using basic science.' IMAGE: The Infosys Science Foundation lectures aims to take science to the common man -- both in rural and urban areas. Photograph: Kind courtesy Mann Deshi Foundation Indian parents still consider research and science as the last option after engineering and medical studies for their children. There are not many pure science-focused research universities in the country. But if the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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