Archives for September 2008

World’s richest cricket body, BCCI, launches their website

Can you believe the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) did not have a website till now? In Nov 2007 BCCI invited bids for building their website, Read more on World’s richest cricket body, BCCI, launches their website…

Click.in classified site nominated for TATA NEN Hottest Startups

Cool! Our classified site, click.in, has been nominated for the TATA NEN Hottest Startups awards. The click.in team and the entire Greynium / Oneindia.in family is excited about this. The team has worked tirelessly for 2.5 years and the product has shaped up very well. We are surely amongst the top classified sites in India. The beauty is that we have not spent anything on marketing. The product speaks for itself.

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For Media, Small-Town India is Rocking

A very interesting article written by Vanita Kohli-Khandekar about the potential of small towns in India. The article talks about the growth in advertising spend in small-town India. The advertising spend has increased for the simple reason – small-town is consuming media (print, internet, DTH).  Some highlights of the article, Read more on For Media, Small-Town India is Rocking…

Google Chrome released on Ganesh Chaturthi

On September 2, 2008 [Tuesday] every techie blog carried the news about the release of Google’s new browser Chrome. In India usually people don’t release/start anything on a Tuesday as it is considered inauspicious.

Chrome Browser released on Ganesha Festival

Chrome Browser released on Ganesha Festival

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