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It’s that time of the year again. The annual flagship TiEcon 2016, one of the longest ongoing active tech and entrepreneurship conferences in the world, will be held in Silicon Valley, May 6-7. The twenty-third edition will see close to 500 tech startups and mentors, investors, potential clients, and partners converging at the event, making it one you do not want to miss. Whether you are a senior technology professional or a first-time entrepreneur, TiEcon is an excellent platform to network closely with the global tech-entrepreneur community. Siliconeer presents a preview.
The past few weeks have perhaps been the most productive for the Modi government in terms of achieving progress in much needed and long-awaited changes and reforms that will boost the economy. Analysts have gone so far to say that this could have been the best period for Modi as Prime Minister, had overzealous elements in the BJP not ruined it by orchestrating an unwarranted attack on students of JNU, slapping them with sedition charges, writes Siddharth Srivastava.
The Election Commission of India has announced that four states, namely Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala and Assam, and Puducherry, a Union Territory, will go for assembly elections in April 2016. On May 19 the fate of governments will be decided after a single phase of elections in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Puducherry, six phases in West Bengal and two phases in Assam, writes Priyanka Bhardwaj.
A story of two cities that is one extraordinary city. New Orleans became his home for a year, thanks to the beneficence of the U.S. Navy and subsequent visits. It was a magic city, a foreign land unlike any other in the U.S., culturally, architecturally and botanically. When you live in “N’awlns,” its’ charisma lies in the varied neighborhoods and overlapping cultures that thrive there, writes our travel editor Al Auger.
From colorful and scented roses to a variety of bright colors, Silicon Valley was painted with Holi celebrations that ran across days and cities. Siliconeer was present at three events, and presents this photo essay from the FOG Holi in Fremont and Milpitas, Calif. (Mar. 19); the Dadi Pariwar USA “Phoolon Ki Holi” in Sunnyvale Temple, Sunnyvale, Calif. (Mar. 19); and the Sunnyvale Temple – UPMA Holi at Twin Creek Park in Sunnyvale, Calif. (Mar. 27), which was also the biggest crowd puller of the three.