Protesters gather at City Hall and march to Minute Maid Park to protest President Donald Trump, in Houston, Texas, Feb. 4. (Tim Warner/Getty Images)
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Nearly 100 of America’s top tech companies including Apple, Google and Facebook have joined the court battle against President Donald Trump’s controversial immigration restrictions, warning the move would hurt their businesses and violate both immigration law and the U.S. Constitution.
An irked President Donald Trump hit out at the judge who blocked his controversial travel ban on citizens from seven Muslim-majority nations, saying Americans should blame the judge and the courts “if something happens.”
Lady Gaga’s rendition of “This Land is Your Land” was an attempt of sorts though some of the advertisements that premiered on national TV during the Super Bowl shared pro-immigrant sentiments after the recent travel ban announced by President Trump.
India is the second most ill-matched or unequal economy of the world as revealed by a recent study titled “An Economy for the 99%” conducted by rights group Oxfam, writes Priyanka Bhardwaj.
Spouses can be political asset or liability. His wife watched the inaugural address of U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C. Her first reactions were about the smart blue body-hugging dress that First Lady Melania Trump wore, writes Siddharth Srivastava.
In the presence of Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, India displayed its military might and rich cultural diversity during the dazzling 68th Republic Day parade in New Delhi, Jan. 26. Siliconeer presents worldwide glimpses of this year’s Indian Republic Day celebrations.
India is on the brink of a techno-institutional revolution and integration of mobile apps, broadband connectivity and new banking systems will act as a big differentiator for the rural economy, especially for small farmers, renowned economist Montek Singh Ahluwalia said, writes Uzmi Athar.
The Computer History Museum opened its newest exhibition “Make Software: Change the World!” Jan. 28. The $7 million, 6,000 square foot exhibition explores how the lives of people everywhere have been transformed by software. Siliconeer presents a preview.
Watermark is a community of executive women in the San Francisco Bay Area, whose mission is to increase the representation of women at executive levels to drive innovation, human development and economic growth. Siliconeer looks at the recently held Watermark Conference that had many Silicon Valley Indian American women professionals as speakers.
Young leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal scripted a dramatic collapse with incredible figures of 6 for 25 as England lost 8 wickets for a mere 8 runs with India winning the 3rd T20 International by a whopping 75 runs thereby winning the series 2-1. As a full-time captain, Kohli recorded series wins against England across all formats, writes B.D. Narayankar.
A world in turmoil, our country conflicted by politics, social mores, what better time for an escape into a colorful house of serenity, writes our travel and lifestyle editor Al Auger.