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Ivanka in India: Empowering Women Entrepreneurs at GES
The three-day Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2017 held in November, in Hyderabad, was organized by the U.S. administration in partnership with Niti Aayog. While Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi invited global entrepreneurs to invest in India, Ivanka Trump said that reducing gender gap in the labor force by half can help boost Indian economy by over $150 billion in the next three years. The summit had a clear message — empowering women entrepreneurship. Siliconeer presents highlights from #GES2017.

Ethnic Media’s Florence Nightingale: Sandy Close at New America Media
What once started as a simple mission to give real news about America’s involvement in the wars, back in the early 70s, became the principal support system for numerous ethnic communities in America today. Sandy Close and Franz Schurmann brought forth New America Media and Pacific News Service, a coalition of more than 3,000 ethnic media publishers. It is saddening to see this highly esteemed organization closing its doors after nearly five decades of service, writes our youth editor Vansh A. Gupta.

200 Years of Sir Syed: A Cause to Celebrate and Look Back
There are several differing views on his life but Sir Syed Ahmad Khan was an educator above everything else. The man who made AMU possible had his Bicentennial celebrated all over the world this year. And one such event will be held in the San Francisco Bay area at the India Community Center, in Milpitas, Dec. 16, writes Ras H. Siddiqui.


EDITORIAL: Empowering Women
COMMUNITY: Protest Over Net Neutrality
LIFESTYLE: Father of Yoga in the West
HEALTHCARE: Covered CA Enrollment
TECHBIZ: Unrestricted Net Access
CULTURE: The Kapoor Twins
FINANCE: Equity and Fixed Income Markets
CONTROVERSY: A Glimpse of Chittor’s ‘Padmavati’
AUTO REVIEW: 2017 Fiat 500e
RECIPE: Lamb Choila
FICTION: Tell Me, Am I Not Useful?