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August 2017

Interviewdesk – At The launch

The biggest asset that companies have are it’s people and that’s why companies spend so much time, money and effort in hiring the best people. To find that one perfect person, they go through hundreds of resumes. Imagine the senario where the companies can look at the 10 good shortlisted candidates instead of wading through 500 resumes. This not only quickens the process but also gives the company a chance to have a indepth conversation with the shortlisted candidates and ask incisive question that truly matters. Well why imagine? 
Interviewdesk – making hiring a piece of cake. 
 Founded by Mr. Pichumani duraisami in order to build India’s Largest Interviewer Community,  Interview desk is India’s first on demand interviewer platform. They work on a unique concept of outsourced interviewing model which helps the organization save 50% of time and cost spent on hiring. To be precise, it is built as a marketplace model where they are working towards the vision of builiding India’s largest interviewing community.

It was launch with much fanfare on the 10th of August 2017 at The Radisson Blu. Starting with a fun quiz, it moved forward with a speech by the man of the hour, Mr pichumani spoke about the company, his ideas and experience.. 
The event was attended by press, bloggers, a few well known names,  read more

Habanero 2.0 – a real Mexican treat!! 

​Habanero, the ultimate destination for Mexican food. Tacos and Nachos are what comes to mind when we think of Mexican food but there is so much more to it. The important pillars of this cuisine are Corn, guacamole, tomatoes, Black beans and Chilly pepper. There are about 100 varieties of chillies, with heat levels ranging from mild to very hot, used in the cuisine. Habanero’s menu is a cheerful mix of authentic Mexican Tex-Mex and the Americanized cuisine. We were in for a treat, read on..

We ordered classic margarita for drinks and they were made to perfection. read more

Pankaj Udhas : Live in Chennai!!

​There is nothing like experiencing truly beautiful music played live.

While growing up, I was blessed with parents who were as diverse as the four directions(two sets of them, I was adopted within family). While my pa loved listening to Pink Floyd, Queen and John Lennon, my dad loved Ghazals and Sufi music. My mom would play Mohammed Rafi & Mukesh‘s classics and my ammi, illayraja‘s best!! No I can’t count my blessings.

Pankaj Udhas was a part of most of the drives and even before I know the meaning of maikada and ishq and mushq, I could sing all his songs by heart. read more