Telangana’s IT Minister K. Taraka Rama Rao answers questions from the audience after his talk at TiE Silicon Valley meet, May 31, at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Also seen are TiE President-elect Ram Reddy (c) and Telangana’s IT Secretary Jayesh Ranjan (l). (Amar D. Gupta | Siliconeer)
Brimming with keynotes, speeches, activities, entertainment, and food, genius was flowing. Siliconeer youth editor Vansh A. Gupta attended TiEcon2016 and presents a recap of the conference. Siliconeer also sat with KTR, Telangana’s IT minister for a chat. – @Siliconeer #Siliconeer #TiE #TiESV #TiEcon2016 #IndiaRealEstate #Microsoft #KTR #Telangana #THub #SiliconValley #billgraham #SiliconeerEditorial
A hall full of new ideas and inventions is like heaven for a tech entrepreneur. To meet and communicate with other entrepreneurs and venture capitalists is like cherry on the cake. #TiECon2016 is one of the largest entrepreneurship conference held in Silicon Valley, Calif., and like every year, this year was no different. Brimming with keynotes, speeches, activities, entertainment, and food, genius was flowing. Siliconeer youth editor Vansh A. Gupta attended TiEcon2016 and presents a recap of the conference.
He thinks out-of-the-box, speaks very eloquently, has a youth-centric focus and loves Chinese food. Telangana’s Information Technology Minister, K. Taraka Rama Rao “KTR,” chats with Amar D. Gupta in an exclusive interview for Siliconeer.
India’s real estate sector is witnessing a reality check or correction in recent times. Reforms and initiatives like the real estate sector bill have been ushered in by Narendra Modi’s government in last two years but contrary to pundits who predicted that there would be some hope and appreciation in property prices, it is not so, writes Priyanka Bhardwaj.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said developers and entrepreneurs from India are playing a key role in driving innovation, both in the country and outside, and the company wants to be the platform for creators in India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is being lauded for his out-of-the-box foreign policy initiatives. However, dealing with immediate neighbors is turning out to be no easy matter given the complexities involved. New Delhi has had to deal with Pakistan’s double speak on the Pathankot terror attack. More recently, Indo-Nepal relations have nosedived. The ties scaled new highs in 2014, following two visits by Modi, writes Siddharth Srivastava.
When he first became a member of the Bill Graham Presents in-house “Blue Coat“ security crew, friends would ask him if Bill Graham was really a living and breathing enigma? A presence no one could invade or define. Actually no, he would counter. You wouldn’t have to turn around to know he had entered the room; Bill filled the room without a word or movement; a man without guile or pretense. Yet, to know him, to be accepted and trusted by him, you would always have a friend, writes our travel and lifestyle editor Al Auger.