Anand Srivastava

Tech professional and social activist

Anand Srivastava is an entrepreneur, internet marketing expert and a technocrat. After completing his Master’s in Business Administration, Anand took over the internet as one of the leading business leaders— across the country. He started off with many joint ventures— including news creation, digital marketing models, technical setups and even e-commerce. He is currently working on some of his individual projects and making giant strides when it comes to success and recognition. <br> <br> Anand is also involved with some of the leading online portals as a guest writer— offering marketing and technological knowhow to the aspirants. He is a motivated individual and has planned to expand his nation-wide business setup to the global shores. In the next few years, Anand is expected to create a social media marketing empire of his own while indulging in the nooks and crannies of global retail. <br> <br> Anand’s technological prowess courtesy his educational background has inspired him to take blogging as a leisure. He is slowly entering the world of YouTube for educating enthusiasts about online marketing, SEM, SEO and even Video editing principles.
The ‘Charlie Hebdo'

The ‘Charlie Hebdo' Conundrum

On the anniversary of the attack that killed most of the staff in its Paris office, French satirical magazine <em>Charlie Hebdo</em>published a controversial special edition featuring on its cover a sketch of a bearded, bloodstained God-like feature in sandals with a Kalashnikov slung over his shoulder, accompanied by the headline, "One year on: the killer is still at large". The Vatican has raised strong objections to the depiction, triggering yet another debate on the magazine's brand of satire.
08/01/2016 5:22 PM IST
Why Indians Are Adopting More Girls Than

Why Indians Are Adopting More Girls Than Boys

Here's a surprise: In a country where women have long been devalued, often with fatal results, it turns out that girls are preferred over boys among parents seeking to adopt a child. This surprising revelation comes to light in adoption data spanning the past three years, and indicates a growing change in the mindset of Indians.
22/12/2015 8:20 AM IST