Book Review: Adventures of an Indian Techie by Nipun Varma

Ever wondered what it feels like to be an Indian techie? Curious to know about the obstacles they face? Then, Nipun Varma’s, ‘Adventures of an Indian Techie’ – published by NotionPress is perhaps the go to book to know how it feels to live a life as a techie working for an ‘IT firm’. Continue Reading

Asia Kitchen’s clay pot fest is all you need to enjoy Chinese cuisine

Asia Kitchen by Mainland China in an attempt to revive the lost art of cooking, has launched the ‘Clay pot festival’ imbibing 5000 years of Chinese and Pan Asian flavours straight off the hot pot. Continue Reading

Book review: The Shooting Star by Shivya Nath

I first came to know about Shivya Nath through a very good friend of mine at work and the rest, I would say, is history. In this age of Instagram-driven source for visual pleasure, I can easily say Shivya is one of India’s well-known travel writers. Continue Reading

Effective blogging and social media presence matters for any career

While recruiting a new candidate, companies often check for academic performance, seminars and workshops s/he took part in and other ‘usual ingredients’ that make up a perfect resume. However in this digital age, there are other ways for a person to secure a job and increase his/her chances for better opportunities by harnessing the power of social media and blogging. Continue Reading

Former CFO of Tata Global Beverages pens book on business management

Anil P Goel has over three-and-a-half decades of experience across Tata Group companies including that of the Chief Financial Officer of Tata Global Beverages. He has also served on the board of Indian Hotels and was also a Non-Executive Director on the boards of Taj GVK Hotels & Resorts Ltd, Tata Coffee Ltd, among others. He is known for his expertise in business restructuring and change management solutions. Continue Reading

Former corporate professional-turned author’s book translated into Tamil

When Durgadoss started his corporate career, little did he know that instead of preparing PPTs or spreadsheets, he would be penning about Alexander the Great or the Indus Valley or the 26/11 terror attacks, effortlessly weaving facts with fiction. Today, R Durgadoss is a successful author, having written three historical/mythological novels. Continue Reading