• Pooja Ganeriwala

    Pooja Ganeriwala

    Pooja Ganeriwala is a freelance writer and ghost-blogger based in New York. She holds a PG Diploma in Communications and Entrepreneurship from the Mudra Institute of Communications, India, and formerly worked with the The Times of India as an education journalist. She now finds interest in various subjects, with a focus on entrepreneurship and social innovation.

  • Innovation on Wheels

    Innovation on Wheels

    Entrepreneurship | December 28, 2011

    By the year 2020, India is predicted to have not only the largest labour force in the world, but also the youngest. However, with the burgeoning population of urban youth and college degrees, there co-exists a pathetic state of mass sub-urban/rural unemployment statistic that makes the Indian economy seem like a convoluted paradox.

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  • Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You: IIT-B Alumni Rise to the Occasion

    Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You: IIT-B Alumni Rise to the Occasion

    Culture & Education | January 10, 2013

    Starting in 2011, continuing to the present-day, modern India has...

  • SammaaN: Changing India, one rickshaw at a time

    SammaaN: Changing India, one rickshaw at a time

    Infrastructure & Transportation | February 9, 2012

    India’s economy may be thriving, but its people are not....