Archives for the ‘Hyderabad’ Category

NEA’s Kittu Kolluri on Venture Capitalism and Entrepreneurship

By • Oct 15th, 2013 • Category: Business & Tech, Featured, Hyderabad, Ideas, India, San Francisco/Silicon Valley, USA, VC & Private Equity Funding, Video
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Kittu Kolluri is a general partner at the venture capital firm  New Enterprise Associates (NEA)  in Menlo Park. A couple of weeks ago one of the startups he invested in was acquired by Monsanto for $1 billion. This is one of the biggest acquisitions for NEA. This was also one of the biggest acquisitions in the [...]



Dr. Amin Jaffer On The Splendors of Indian Maharajas

By • Nov 29th, 2011 • Category: Books and Authors, Diaspora, Featured, Hyderabad, India, London, Mumbai, New Delhi, People, Pune
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The splendors of an Indian maharaja’s (king) court is the stuff of legend that you may have heard or read in books. In Made For Maharajas A Design Diary of Princely India (Vendome Press, 2006) Dr. Amin Jaffer takes us on a splendid journey of the lifestyle of the rich and famous  Indian maharajas and maharanis [...]



In Conversation With Filmmaker Shyam Benegal Part-V

By • Oct 3rd, 2010 • Category: Bollywood, Books and Authors, Entertainment, Hyderabad, Mumbai, People
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In our final segment Indian filmmaker, director and writer Mr. Shyam Benegal talks about his cousin  the legendary filmaker Guru Dutt and Satyajit Ray, and how they  influenced and inspired him. A prolific filmmaker he continues to make feature films and talks abou the changes in Indian films. Mr. Benegal talks about the changing India and how [...]



In Conversation With Filmmaker Shyam Benegal Part-IV

By • Oct 3rd, 2010 • Category: Bollywood, Entertainment, Hyderabad, India, Mumbai, People
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In our fourth segment  Indian filmamker, director and writer Mr. Shyam Benegal talks about his last film: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero. This one-on-one conversation was recorded in 2006 at Mr. Benegal’s office in Mumbai, India. Since then Mr. Benegal has directed films like Welcome to Sajjanpur and Well Done Abba.  Mr. Benegal [...]