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Anamika Sahu

Managing Editor

Ms. Anamika Sahu, Managing Editor at siliconindia, outshines as the perfect manifestation of this statement. Her professional journey of 17+ years speaks volumes about her ken and experiences in diverse fields, fuelled by her rigorous passion, perseverance and determination to inspire others.
Besides a breadth of roles and responsibilities, Anamika was bestowed with the opportunity to oversee a new magazine – CEO Insights in the year 2017. Since then, has she not only demonstrated exemplary skills in the editorial process right from ideation to publishing the aforementioned magazines, but also leading her team of editors, proofreaders and writers with utmost zeal.
She aims to sail ahead even across the uncharted waters with sheer mettle and seamlessly contribute to the growth of the organization as well as the magazine industry in India.

My Blogs

Interesting Facts about India's Union Budget

Interesting Facts about India's Union Budget

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman yesterday presented Union Budget 2021 and announced several reforms and fund allocation to take the country’s economy out of slump, which is slowly but steadily moving upwards. From healthcare to infrastructure, education, startups, MSMEs, senior citizens and more, the government had something for...

The Connecting Knots - Meditation for Kids

The Connecting Knots - Meditation for Kids

Too much noise clutters the brain. You need to cancel the noise to hear the truth. And when it is about your pay cut, the force of noise becoming much louder. With so much around to read and hear, it is important you find the tranquility. For long, we have spoken about this tranquility only for the elders, but it is time we look at our kids,...

Is Plan B Pulling You Away from Success?

Is Plan B Pulling You Away from Success?

In a recent speech at Think Tank session with SVKM’s NMIMS students, N. R. Narayana Murthy advised students that entrepreneurs should avoid keeping a Plan B instead of giving their all to their venture. He said, “Entrepreneurs have a tremendous passion for their idea. They believe in their idea and are willing to work more than 20...

The Next Revolution in the World of Space - Wooden Satellite

The Next Revolution in the World of Space - Wooden Satellite

From stone age to space age, we humans have travelled a long way. Since we launched our first space mission in the 1950s, we have discovered several secretes of the Universe. But in the process, we have damaged our beautiful universe. Today, the space is filled with debris so much that we considered a 1960s space junk as asteroid 2020 SO. This...

Hiring from Small Towns - A Trend that is Setting the Precedence

Hiring from Small Towns - A Trend that is Setting the Precedence

The Taj terror attack was indeed an attack on humanity. But the incident has emerged as a big psychological case for several B-Schools. Including Harvard. So what is it that grabbed the attention? Not even one Taj employee abandoned the hotel and ran right through the attack. Instead, these employees stayed back and helped guests escape from the...

Sample Size: Does it Really Matter in a Survey?

Sample Size: Does it Really Matter in a Survey?

Have you read reports or/and surveys claiming to be the most accurate one? Did you ever bother to find out the sample size of the survey? Do you ever wonder how come a small sample size can represent the larger community’s or population’s sentiments? Ever conjectured how big a sample size is the correct size and if the sample size is...

Self-Leadership - The New Age Lesson We all need to Learn

Self-Leadership - The New Age Lesson We all need to Learn

Let’s go back to our school days and reminisce how differently we behaved in presence and absence of our teachers. With teacher in the class, we used to be more disciplined, dedicated and studious student, but when no teacher, even the best student of the class would become one among the so called back-bencher gang – screaming and...

The Wonders that 'NO' can Do

The Wonders that 'NO' can Do

If you find it difficult to say no to others, then Steve Jobs’ quote may inspire you. He quoted, ‘It’s only by saying ‘no’ that you can concentrate on the things that are really important’. Indeed, learning to say no is more important than saying yes. We all know that our brain isn’t trained to process...

Pharmaceutical Companies & Cyberattacks- The Worst that can Happen

Pharmaceutical Companies & Cyberattacks- The Worst that can Happen

A fortnight back when Dr Reddy’s data centre was attacked by hackers and it isolated all its data centre services across the world temporarily as a preventive action, all thought it was a lone attack on any Indian pharma company and will remain so. It was an alarm for other companies that they may be next and hence need to fix their...

What is Your True Calling?

What is Your True Calling?

As a kid, we have many dreams that keep changing very frequently, sometimes within hours. From being an engineer to being a pilot when we saw a plane flying in the sky, from being a doctor to even driving a train, we had seen millions of dreams as kids. But then – we grew. Dreams took a back seat and suddenly life happened. We realized our...

The Retail War Zone - Who is the Winner?

The Retail War Zone - Who is the Winner?

As the race for online shoppers heats up, the war among retail giants to acquire readymade market too beefs up. News of some MNC planning to acquire the unicorns or successful startups in the online retail space has become generic – sort of the inorganic business growth model that every money-heavy MNCs have by-hearted. While there are...

Let's Talk about the Burnout No One Talks About

Let's Talk about the Burnout No One Talks About

The world gradually went into work from home in phases. For most of us, initially it was all fun. Kind of a short break from the regular office, freedom to wear cozy clothes all day long, no commute, and the freedom to do household chores in between office work. Alas! If work from home meant just this much. In India, work from home surely...

Little has Changed for Women Entrepreneurs, Especially When Raising Funds

Little has Changed for Women Entrepreneurs, Especially When Raising Funds

Equality – an eight letter word – is the first step towards empowerment. But gaining equality is a war in itself. From behind the closed four walls of the house to the open ground of entrepreneurship, the war of equality is always ‘ON’ for one gender. Which one? You guessed it right – women. From getting equal care,...

Let's Salute the Engineering Pioneer of India on the Eve of Engineers' Day

Let's Salute the Engineering Pioneer of India on the Eve of Engineers' Day

While Prime Minister Modi said that the country is proud of its engineers, Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted, “Tributes to prolific engineer & statesman, Bharat Ratna Sri M. Visvesvaraya on his jayanti. On #EngineersDay, I salute our talented & skilled engineers who have contributed significantly in the development of nation. India...

Coming off the Big Brother's Shadow. Small Cities, Big Dreams!!!

Coming off the Big Brother's Shadow. Small Cities, Big Dreams!!!

‘Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?’ If it is the modern day mirror with the highest knowhow, it will never say the usual story but the truth! Today if you ask the mirror about the emerging startup ecosystem, it will not name the big brothers of the startup world but tier II and III cities like Nagpur, Kochi,...

Nepotism. Is it?

Nepotism. Is it?

The greatest legacy one can pass on to one’s children and grandchildren is not money or other material things accumulated in one’s life, but rather a legacy of character and faith. - Billy Graham But do these words stand tall in current times? Looking at the hottest topic of nepotism, the answer seems to be...

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