Archives for the ‘Video’ 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 [...]



Atiq Rahimi: French-Afghan Filmmaker & Writer

By • Sep 21st, 2013 • Category: Bollywood, Books and Authors, Entertainment, Featured, India, People, San Francisco/Silicon Valley, Video
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Atiq Rahimi is a French-Afghan filmmaker and an award-winning writer. His latest film The Patience Stone (Persian) is based on his 2008 award-winning novel by the same name. He won the prestigious Prix Goncourt award for his novel, which was written in French. The film was chosen as Afghanistan’s Oscar entry in 2013. We met with [...]



Hollywood’s Paul Feig on The Heat, Melissa McCarthy, Bollywood & Music

By • Jun 28th, 2013 • Category: Bollywood, Entertainment, Featured, Hollywood, People, Video
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Meet Hollywood filmaker, director & author Paul Feig, who talks about his new film “The Heat,” Melissa McCarthy, Marx Brothers, Blake Edwards, Bollywood and being an Anglophile. And oh! music is an integral part of his films. Feig enjoys making films about smart and funny women. His last film “Bridesmaids,” did very well at the [...]



Usha Raghunathan – Never, Ever Quit

By • Apr 1st, 2013 • Category: Business & Tech, Chennai, Featured, Ideas, India, Video, Women Achievers Special
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Usha Raghunathan’s motto is never, ever quit. Be a survivor is her advice for those who want to do do something in their life, especially women. Usha  should know what it is like to survive and make your dreams come true in a tough and conservative environment in South India. Brought up in a liberal [...]