An Indian student attends a lesson in an e-classroom at Chandlodiya Ptrathmik Shala government school, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, July 26. Students of the Chandlodiya Prathmic Shala government school of standard 6th & 7th participate in a program supported by Google for Education and Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services. (Sam Panthaky/AFP/Getty Images)

India is now looking at the ‘Brain Drain’ as a ‘Brain Bank’ in U.S. and were here to open up countless opportunities for not only investors but for those who would like to extend their creative thinking. Discussions promised a platform for creative development. No longer were they interested in baits to trap talent into service machines. Clearly the idea was to transcend the entrepreneur workers into entrepreneur owners. It was to help the metamorphosis from being the worker bee to instead becoming the queen bee, writes Dr. Firdos Sheik, after attending AIMA’s 3rd U.S.-India Conference.

October 2, 2018, marked the 150th Gandhi Jayanti (birth anniversary) of Mahatma Gandhi, who continues to be revered in India endearingly as “Bapu,” and the world over as one of the greatest apostles of peace and truth, writes Priyanka Bhardwaj.

In our techbiz section, Future Worlds Symposium hosted a symposium at Sacramento City Hall featuring celebrity Internet technology pioneer Dr. Vinton Gray Cerf and others.

The Trump administration has told a federal court that its decision to revoke work permits to H-4 visa users, a significant majority of whom are Indian Americans, is expected within the next three months, a move which will have a major impact on Indian women as they are the major beneficiary of the Obama-era rule, writes, Lalit K. Jha.

For the love of cricket, India’s talismanic skipper Virat Kohli says Test cricket should not be “tinkered” with and does not see it getting compressed to four days, as the ICC mulls ways to prop up the sport’s traditional format.

This September, Presidio Picnic embraced and celebrated the South Asian culture as it featured Kathak dances and Indian soul food, writes Vansh A. Gupta. SF Bay Area Indian Americans say goodbye to Ganeshji. The immersion was held in San Francisco Bay, write Ritu Maheshwari and Janam A. Gupta.

As the festive season approaches, Chef Sanjay Patel shows you how to make a delicious sweet treat for your family and friends. Season’s Greetings from all of us at Siliconeer.