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Sun Startup Essentials Program

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Sun Startup Essentials Program in association with TiE Delhi and TiE
Bangalore invites you to Startup Bootcamp’s at Delhi and Bangalore on
May 30th and May 31st respectively.

Join us , as we try address the challenges that Startups face. Share
your experiences with other SSE members , hear Successful
Entrepreneurs share their experiences , Network with fellow
Startups / Startup Ecosystem , Interact with Seasoned Entrepreneurs
in Mentoring Sessions ….what’s more you could even present / demo
your offering to an audience of VC’s / Angel Investors and Sun
Technology team.

If you are dreaming to finish in the big league and struggling with
some of these issues, this comprehensive one day workshop would give
you expert insights from leading practitioners, inspiring stories from
successful entrepreneurs and a chance to network with investors &
technology gurus.

Some of the speakers confirmed for the event

* Sudhir Sethi , IDG Ventures
* Sasha Mirchandani , Blue Run Ventures
* Dhruv Shringi , Yatra.com
* Sanjay Nayak , Tejas Networks
* Vikram Narayan , Zendle
* Mohit Bhatnagar , Sequoia Capital Ventures
* Pavan Krishnamurthy , Ojas Ventures
* Prabal Biswas , Channel Mentor
* Rohit Agarwal , techTribe

And if you are keen to present your Startup / Product to an audience
of VC’s / Angel Investors and Sun Technology team, do revert to us
with a brief profile of your Startup. ( We
have some slots left for the Delhi event ..if interested ..respond
fast )

Delhi Event on 30th May @ India Islamic Center , Lodhi Road , New
Delhi
Bangalore Event @ 31st May @ Taj Residency, Bangalore

RSVP for Delhi Event : puja@tienewdelgi.org
RSVP for Bangalore Event : gayathris@tiebangalore.org

Fees

Delhi
Complimentary for Sun Startup Essentials Members
Rs 500 /- for TiE Members
Rs 750/- for Non TiE and Non SSE members

Bangalore
Complimentary for Sun Startup Essentials Members
Rs 1000/- for Non Members

This Saturday meet heads of Rediff, Infosys, Dell India, Intel India & Yahoo! India

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The SmartTechie magazine is organizing Startup City this Saturday May 24, 2008 in Bangalore. It’s by far the largest and most exciting exhibition of its kind in Bangalore – with more than 50 cool startups demonstrating their technology and an outstanding range of speakers.

At the Summit, Rediff.com CEO Ajit Balakrishnan will share his entrepreneurial experiences of building Rediff and talks about what’s ahead in the social media revolution. India’s leading venture capitlaist Ashish Gupta talks about the challenges of building Junglee.com in the hay days of the dot com era and successfully selling it to Amazon for $230 million. He will also present VC perspective on the entrepreneurial world he sees today.

Other speakers at the event include Kris Gopalakrishnan, CEO, Infosys Technologies; Dr. Vivek Mansingh, Country Manager, Dell India R&D; Praveen Vishakantaiah, President, Intel India and Sharad Sharma, CEO, Yahoo! India. To attend this event, register FREE at http://www.thesmarttechie.com/startupcity/

There will be exciting sessions on: Startup Essentials, From Concept to Success:: Milestones for startups, Consumers and Business Marketing in High Technology, Cloud Computing
Experts from Sun Microsystems, Microsoft, Amazon, Nokia will speak at the event.

Some of the technology companies showcasing the cool products they are building include: Akamai, ARADA Systems, Axiom DA, Crederity, Divitas Networks, Druvaa, eLitmus, Glopore IMS, impel, injoos, MAIA Intelligence, MapmyIndia, mChek, MetricStream, mobisy, MyDuniya, Netmagic Solutions, Netcore, NetWeb Technologies, Obopay, Pramati, RGV Telecom, Sloka Telecom, Seclore, Sky Group, SOA Matrix, Soliton, SRA Systems, Starent Networks,Tabs, Tachyon Technologies, Taroby, VANU, Webex, Yodlee.

- Watch live product demonstrations
- Get a peek into cutting edge technologies
- Lay hands on the best-of-breed solutions
- Meet young, energetic, passionate geeks
- Experience the culture of innovation
- Learn new technologies

Several VCs like Helion Ventures, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Nexus India Capital, DFJ, Ojas Venture Partners, Cannan Partners, and IDGVentures will be present at the event to meet budding entrepreneurs.

TIME: 8.30 AM to 5 PM
WHEN: Saturday, May 24, 2008
WHERE: Nimhans Convention Center, Bangalore (Near Dairy Circle)
Directions: http://www.thesmarttechie.com/startupcity/howtogetthere.php

REGISTER FREE: http://www.thesmarttechie.com/startupcity/

Please note, KickStart & Startup Saturday are supporting partners of this event. We will be having a stall at the event. It will be great if you drop by and spend time at the booth promoting your own group. Your presence will go a long way in building a strong community.

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  • Published: May 17th, 2008
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TEN Film Square Second Screenings

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TEN Film Square An independent community of film lovers to explore Cinematic parallels without boundaries.
TEN Film Square is non- profit film society affiliated to FFSI

our second screenings on 24th 25th May’ 08 at CFD

movies
24th May ‘ 08 – 6.30 pm / saturday
*Three Times*
Language: Mandarin / Taiwanese
Director: Hsiao-hsien Hou, Year:2005
Duration: 139 min

25th May ‘ 08 – 6.30 pm / sunday
*Eternity and a Day*
Language: Greek
Director: Theodor Angelopoulos, Year:1998
Duration: 132 min

Time – 5.30 pm – 6pm- for registration,
6.30pm – screening starts

Venue- cfd, Centre for Film and Drama
5th floor Sona Towers
71 millers road (end of cunningham road)
Bengaluru

membership fees ֍
for professional Rs 400/- per year
for student Rs 200/- per year ( student id required)
2photos required

contact:
tenfilmsqaure@gmail.com
www.10fs.org
ph- 080- 32901739

Theatre workshop – exclusive for students

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Yours Truly Theatre announces its next theatre workshop for students (18 and above)

This 5-Sunday long workshop will culminate in a performance by the participants, who will explore the creation of an entire production through character building, storytelling, Patterns and rhythms, physical training in different theatre styles and improvisations using the dramatic and theatrical facets.

Yours Truly is looking for young and enthusiastic students to be a part of this workshop.

Email…..: yourstrulytheatre@gmail.com
Url…….: www.yourstruly-theatre.com

LCube – The Leadership Quiz at IIMB

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The PGSEM program at IIM Bangaloreis holding a Corporate Quiz to mark
the tenth year of its founding. The details are given below.

LCube – The Leadership Quiz

A Quiz on achievers and leaders in Business, Sports and World Politics

Date and Time:
5:30 pm, Saturday, May 31st 2008
Venue:
IIM Bangalore

The quiz is researched by KQA.
Prof. Rajeev Gowda will host the event.

RULES
2 member teams, open to all Corporate Participants
Participants from different companies are allowed to form teams
Registration Fees: Rs. 600 per team

Prizes:
First Prize: Rs. 20,000
Second Prize: Rs. 10,000
Third Prize: Rs. 5,000

For further information , please mail

Hemant Minocha
hemantm06@iimb.ernet.in

or
pgsem.lcube08@iimb.ernet.in

Lucknow ’76 at Rangashankara

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Lucknow ’76, a play set across 100 hundred years of Indian history, from 1876 to 1976, returns to Rangashankara on 18th May (3:30 pm & 7:30 pm).

Directed by Abhishek Majumdar and devised by an ensemble of actors the play looks at the lives of common people in the historic city of Lucknow in 1876, when Queen Victoria had taken over from the East India Company as the empress of India and in 1976 when Indira Gandhi had imposed press censorship as part of the national emergency.

Lucknow ’76 moves between these two time frames and looks at the effects that history has on common people. The play has been supported by the British Library in London for its research and by Kathalaya in Bangalore for its making. This production is also supported by Black Coffee Productions, who are an established theatre company in the
city.

Lucknow ’76 is in aid of Concern India Foundation, a non-profit public charitable trust which was started in 1991 with the objective of ‘Helping People Help Themselves’. The aim of the foundation is to help make every underprivileged individual self-reliant, creating a society of independent people living with dignity.

For telebookings please call 9900133287

Play review in The Hindu:
www.hindu.com/mp/2008/03/05/stories/2008030550710400.htm

Venue & Date:
Rangashankara, JP Nagar
18th May – Sunday: 3.30 PM and 7.30 PM

Lucknow ’76 at Rangashankara

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Lucknow ’76, a play set across 100 hundred years of Indian history, from 1876 to 1976, returns to Rangashankara on 18th May (3:30 pm & 7:30 pm).

Directed by Abhishek Majumdar and devised by an ensemble of actors the play looks at the lives of common people in the historic city of Lucknow in 1876, when Queen Victoria had taken over from the East India Company as the empress of India and in 1976 when Indira Gandhi had imposed press censorship as part of the national emergency.

Lucknow ’76 moves between these two time frames and looks at the effects that history has on common people. The play has been supported by the British Library in London for its research and by Kathalaya in Bangalore for its making. This production is also supported by Black Coffee Productions, who are an established theatre company in the
city.

Lucknow ’76 is in aid of Concern India Foundation, a non-profit public charitable trust which was started in 1991 with the objective of ‘Helping People Help Themselves’. The aim of the foundation is to help make every underprivileged individual self-reliant, creating a society of independent people living with dignity.

For telebookings please call 9900133287

Play review in The Hindu:
www.hindu.com/mp/2008/03/05/stories/2008030550710400.htm

Venue & Date:
Rangashankara, JP Nagar
18th May – Sunday: 3.30 PM and 7.30 PM

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