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Outliers 22: Inside Tejas Networks’ long, slow journey: From near-death experiences to IPO

Companies

Outliers 21: Sonam Wangchuk wishes people more problems, so they can learn



Outliers Ep 20: Life of an ordinary founder — Abhishek Sinha’s extraordinary battle to build Eko



Outliers 19: Google’s Rajan Anandan believes the internet will transform a billion lives

Companies

Outliers 18: Shakthi Vadakkepat on the creation of “social media influencers”

Culture

Outliers EP 17: Sairee Chahal says sexism is a ‘cancerous phenomenon’



Outliers 16: How Osama Manzar plans to take the next billion Indians online (and fight for net neutrality)



The Outliers 15: R S Sharma, the bureaucrat who codes



Outliers 14: Sameer Guglani of Morpheus Gang on why Indian unicorns are facing the heat



The Outliers 13: Remember redBus? A chat with Sanjay Anandaram, who watched it take shape



The Outliers 12: In his trek from an ‘accidental’ company to a ‘deliberate’ one, Rafat Ali learnt to have a voice



The Outliers 11: From child prodigy to AI champion, the second coming of Tanmay Bakshi



The Outliers 10: Labnol’s Amit Agarwal, India’s first blogger, on why he gave up blogging



The Outliers 9: Subroto Bagchi on how overachievers are their own best friends and worst enemies



The Outliers 8: Sarah Lacy talks about Silicon Valley’s sexism and “asshole culture”



The Outliers 7: Girish Mathrubootham says investors are owners too



The Outliers 6: Naval Ravikant, a monk in the Valley, tells us he’s ruthless about time



The Outliers 5: Sampad Swain breaks the silence on how founders can’t stay really real



The Outliers 4: From Pune’s streets to Bengaluru’s IT corridor, a transwoman tells us how



The Outliers 3: Ashwini Asokan gets vocal about sexism in the tech ecosystem