I handle the 'Life' section of Forbes India. In previous lives, I was an advertising creative director, voice-over artist, RJ, TV host, web producer and content architect, freelance travel writer, columnist, and consultant to NGOs. I've been blogging since 2003, and co-founded the South-East Asia Tsunami & Earthquake and Mumbai Help blogs (which, with other similar initiatives later became the WorldWideHelp group), and the writers’ community, Caferati. I'm a keen student of collaboration and online culture. I also co-curated the Literature section of the Kala Ghoda Arts Festival from 2006 to 2012. Aside from Twitter (link below), you could also follow me on Facebook or Google+.
Early this year, we released our first 30 under 30 list. We had a great time researching it, meeting and talking to wildly talented young people across various fields. And a lot of them came to us via a web call we put out on our blog; people who we might not have heard about otherwise.
So, for our 2014 list, which we will release in early 2015, we're repeating that experiment, and inviting successful young Indians to nominate themselves, or for any of you to nominate young Indians you know of.
We'll keep these forms open for submission until at least the 20th December 2014 (we may extend that deadline, but please don't count on it.
Do please also pass this URL around to your friends and your social media audience. We're looking forward to another round of meeting the brightest young minds in India!
This form is for successful young Indian entrepreneurs (or go here if the embedded form below does not load.
And this form is for young Indian achievers in various fields who haven't started businesses or organisations (or go here if the embedded form below does not load).
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