I have been mentioned in their 20th anniversary issue which pays “tribute to the people who have helped turn the Indian IT dream into reality”. This is what the citation has to say:
Rajesh Jain made it to the cover story of the February 2000 issue of TIME — Rajesh Jain taught Asia what Silicon Valley has known for a long time: going public may be the most celebrated way to cash in on the Internet, but selling out can be a sure-fire moneymaker.” And he got $115 million for selling out Indias first portal siteIndiaWorldto Sify in November 1999. A year before that, Jain set up NetCore, a Linux-based messaging software company. NetCore is now transforming itself into a company called as Emergic.