The Long and Short of It
India tops in hair transplants and breast reductions for men.
Ajit Pai Faces Backlash From Indian American Lawmakers Over Net Neutrality
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's proposal has been criticized by Congresspersons Ro Khanna, Tulsi Gabbard and Pramila Jayapal, among others.
Illuminating the Story of Indian Science
The '5000 Years of Indian Innovation' exhibition at London's Science Museum uses artifacts to tell the stories of the science of the subcontinent, from the ancient cities of the Indus Valley civilization through to the achievements of today’s India
Infosys to Hire 500 Workers at Rhode Island Hub In U.S.
Infosys will hire design architects and technical experts at its Design and Innovation Hub at Rhode Island.
India Set to Play Key Role in Instagram’s Journey to 1 Billion Users
Instagram engineering and product teams visit India to analyze improvements and challenges, co-founder Mike Krieger said.
Silicon Valley, a Male Bastion?
Gender disparity continues to remain a reality in technology companies in the United States.
U.S. Committee Votes For Restrictions on Companies Using H-1B Visa Program
The new bill introduces multiple restrictions to the high-skilled visa program.
I Learnt Leadership Values on Cricket Pitch, Nadella Tells Kumble
You need to have empathy in life to succeed, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said during a discussion on his book Hit Refresh with cricketer Anil Kumble.
11-Year-Old Gitanjali Rao Named America’s Top Young Scientist
Gitanjali Rao, a seventh-grade student, invented a quick and cheap lead contamination detector for water.
Indian American’s Medical Startup Accused of Fudging Advertising Data
Some employees of Outcome Health, which delivers ads on screens in physician offices, falsified records and data on ad performance, according to a newspaper report.