Sanjeev Ramachandran, Author at PanAsiaBiz.com

Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sanjeev Ramachandran has found ultimate joy all through his 23-year-long journalism career by writing for national and international newspapers, websites and blogs. From technology to politics to sports to entertainment, he has been able to express ideas and pen opinion pieces on whatever triggers his interest. Currently at the helm of his own content and public relations company, called Siyahi – The Content & PR People, he makes sure that he doesn’t always let administrative tasks take over his writing space.

Much to the delight of the young fans of Salman Khan and Chota Bheem, both the heroes will be sharing screen space for a special 90-minute show to be aired...

With place sealed for the Playoffs, Kings XI Punjab will take a chance on Mumbai Indians for the 48th match of IPL 2014 on the home ground at Punjab Cricket...

Get ready as the first Android style Nokia phone will be available from March 15, 2014 in Indian market. Noxia X is the dual SIM handset from the mobile...

For the 21st match of the ICC Under-19 World Cup, Australia Under-19s will be taking on Bangladesh Under-19s at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium today in Abu Dhabi...

Actress Fann Wong and hubby Christopher Lee are having a baby. The 43 year old actress has confirmed that she is pregnant via a Facebook fan page post. According...

China based smartphone manufacturer, Oppo has entered the Indian smartphone market with the Android N1. The smartphone has roped in Hrithik Roshan and...

Without the back up of any teaser images or pre launch buzz, Ford India has unveiled its new Classic sedan 2014 in the Indian market. Boasting a wide variety...

The social networking site’s latest attempt at retaining users turning to Twitter for trending stories seems to have backfired. ANI reported that...

This year’s Grammy Awards witnessed Daft Punk walk away with the awards for the best song “Get Lucky” and the best album for “Random...

Is Test cricket on the wane? The world cricket body seems to be thinking so. So something needs to be done to keep Test cricket from fading away, right....