WASHiNGTON - Known for dispatching the best software talent across the world for years, India has now embarked upon a Cloud-driven journey to prepare the Next-Gen of skilled workers -- data scientists, Artificial Intelligence (AI) mavericks and mobile developers. The task is humongous and online retail giant Amazon's Cloud business arm Amazon Web Services (AWS) has now fast-tracked skilling the young --
NEW YORK - India's External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will hold the first strategic 2+2 Dialogue with their US counterparts on July 6 in Washington, the State Department announced on Thursday. Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo and Secretary of Defense James Mattis will host the Indian ministers at the meeting that "will focus on strengthening strategic, security,
NEW DELHI - A US association of immigration advocates recently filed a lawsuit against the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), seeking to procure documents, which would explain increased scrutiny and denials of H-1B petitions by the government unit. The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), which filed this suit, is a voluntary body of 15,000 plus immigration attorneys and...
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LOS ANGELES, CA - The primary elections in California on June 5 were marked by a number of surprising victories. A slew of Indian-American candidates were also in the running for a number of races, many were novices who did not make the cut. The fear among Democrats was that a glut of blue candidates would split...
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CERRITOS, CA - Philanthropist Navin Doshi, well known for his support of educational institutions donated $500,000 to IIT Gandhinagar in Gujarat, India to establish the Kanchan Harilal Doshi Chair. At an event held here that turned into a celebration of Doshi’s life, many A-listers in the field of education, prominent community leaders,
WASHINGTON - The controversy surrounding the $50 million donation from not-for-profit Tata Trusts to the Harvard Business School in 2010 has now reached the American shores with a leading Conservative website questioning the globally prestigious institution for accepting "questionable funds" that should otherwise have been "used for the welfare of the poor." That was against "every tenet of good (corporate) governance",
WASHINGTON, DC - Over 80 Indian-Americans are running for the mid-term elections in November with a majority of them contesting on a Democratic party ticket, according to a former White House official. Over 220 Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are running for various offices in more than 30 states. The mid-term elections will take place in the middle of president Donald Trump’s term.
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BELLFLOWER,CA – Shriji Mandir organized a talk show here by Bhagyesh Jha and Hiten Anandpara from India who are poets and writers and have won many awards. It was a sold out show. The program started with the traditional prayer”Manglacharan”. Prakash Mehta,program coordinator then introduced Jha and Anandpara.
Flipkart's largest shareholder, SoftBank, may come to a deal with Walmart Inc in the next few days to sell its stake in the Indian e-commerce start-up to the American retail giant at a pre-determined price and time, people close to the development told. “SoftBank and Walmart have agreed on a price and a final decision is expected in 7-10 days,” they said. This comes a day after reported that the Masayoshi Son-led telecom and internet company...
NEW YORK - US President Donald Trump nominated Diane Gujarati, a prosecutor of Indian descent, to a federal judgeship on Thursday in an unusual move as she had been former President Barack Obama's choice for the position. The White House announced that Trump is sending the nomination of Gujarati, who is the Deputy Chief of the Criminal Division of the federal prosecutor's for the Southern District of New York,