Dolica Gopisetty, who “aged out” of her H-4 status in January, recently delivered keynote address at Amazon’s Imagine conference.
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Trade wars are mostly failures but skills wars create superior performance and bring grassroots prosperity.
Race- and ethnicity-based admission policies adopted by America’s elite schools are immoral and against principle of equality.
How the country can become a “billion dollar exports per day” nation.
Why the Muslim culture and politics in southern India are distinctly different from the north.
Indian Americans bring a depth of knowledge, ideas and innovations, as well as money, to address India’s complex challenges.
The election is going to be a referendum on not just Modi, but Kejriwal as well.
What many Indian Americans fail to realize is that the “American Dream” did not pop out of thin air.
Indian American author Braham Singh takes an irreverent look at India-Pakistan geopolitics.
H-4 EAD workers are not taking away jobs; they are adding to the job pool.
As long as science and technology are controlled by humans, we will never know all things knowable.
Since Trump’s election as president, major American technology companies have expanded their operations in Canada.
Asian Americans should not oppose Harvard’s affirmative action beneficial to African Americans and Hispanics, and, at the same time, claim the same “disadvantaged” status to secure business contracts and jobs set aside for minorities.
Interview with Ignatius Chithelen, whose latest book “Passage from India to America” lays bare the myths and misconceptions about the American Dream and the missed opportunities for better assimilation.
Opinion: The Executive Branch has assumed dangerous amounts of power that goes unchecked by Congress.
Column: Will the real Mitt Romney please stand up?
Column: If the president and his chosen lieutenants of foreign policy are unable to govern, then Congress must act to deal swiftly with their incompetence.
The two-day event has been organized every year for the past five years by the Rekhta Foundation.
The current system is delaying my freedom to enhance my career in this country, where I have spent almost half of my life.
Lack of an interdisciplinary approach and little regard for emotional intelligence are among the inadequacies of the current education system.
What Pakistan does not have is time, and it may once again lose out in this new race, if it does not lead with its own revolutionary ideas.
Super powers nations have lost their powers to fix the entire world, but now micro power nations can try.
Opinion: More than 50 Indian Americans will be on the ballot nationwide, but the election is not just about these candidates.
E-commerce, exportability, talent and diaspora could be game-changers for the world’s sixth most populated country.
A Bania’s biggest fear about his American-born children: They will pay full price for everything.