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Paras Anand, 41, Director, Sanspareils Greenlands

Aditya Iyer

‘We could die a slow death or protect our territory,’ says Paras Anand

What the Perfect Portrait Does Not Say

I have yet to know a successful entrepreneur who has not felt lonely, lost and hopeless at some point. They stand where they are today because they kept moving forward

Sampad Swain, 35, Co-Founder, Instamojo

‘We were dead broke and we had to call investors to bail us out,’ says Sampad Swain

Sohrab Sitaram, 41, CEO, Keventers

‘Everybody was scared it wouldn’t work,’ says Sohrab Sitaram

Swati Bhargava, 34, Co-Founder, CashKaro

‘One feels that any problem can be solved if you have the right ideas and drive,’ says Swati Bhargava

Back to Bangalore

Shaping the arc of India’s infotech progress

Rejoice! The Innovation Nation is Here

And the Government is playing catalyst

The Price of Authorpreneurship

When publishing muffles authors, stifles creativity and makes the market king. A publisher’s dissenting note

Fresh Geek Salad

A surprising number of recession-hit IT professionals in Bangalore are rebooting their careers by starting their own restaurants.

B for Bottleneck

Business schools in India need to stop acting like glorified placement agencies, and start working towards creating entrepreneurs and innovators who can become agents of change.

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