Justice Markandey Katju says: Dr. S. Faizi, the eminent Indian ecologist, reminds me of the English poet Shelley, whom Matthew Arnold described as “an ineffectual angel, beating in the void his luminous wings in vain.” Dr Faizi has written an article titled ‘Towards an Asian Union’ published in Mainstream Weekly magazine.
On April 25, the California Senate Judicial Committee is scheduled to hear ‘Bill SB 403, Discrimination on the Basis of Caste’, an event that has gained global media attention as well as concern among the Hindu American community, with some civil rights groups claiming that the passing of the bill will target certain people and that it is not uniform.
Software major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Monday said that it has been named to the Forbes annual list of “America’s Best Large Employers”. It was ranked 486 out of a list of 493 large employers. This recognition is based on an independent survey of 45,000 employees working for American companies with more than 1,000 employees.
The national aim of India ( and by India I mean India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, since I regard them one country, only temporarily separated ) must be to abolish poverty, hunger, unemployment, lack of proper healthcare and good education for our masses, etc, and make our country highly industrialized and highly prosperous, with our people enjoying a high standard of living and decent lives.
Justice Katju says, In my opinion, a true nationalist in India is one wants to abolish its massive and widespread poverty, hunger, unemployment, casteism, communalism, etc, and works for it. There can be no other definition of a nationalist.
A statue of Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj has been reported missing from a park in San Jose, California. The statue at the Guadalupe River Park was a gift from Pune, San Jose’s sister city, and it was the only statue of Shivaji Maharaj in North America.
Ram Shankar was elected as the chairman and Rakesh Kamdar as the vice chairman of TiE’s Global Board of Trustees for 2023.
Rajesh Subramaniam, president and CEO of FedEx, has been selected with 12 other exceptional business, civic and cultural leaders from across North America for the 2023 2023 Horatio Alger Award. Horatio Alger Association has chosen these 13 “outstanding individuals”, each of whom has overcome adversity to achieve professional and personal success, for its Member Class of 2023.
Justice Markandey Katju- Justice Markandey Katju is a former Judge, Supreme Court of India, and former Chairman, Press Council of India. The views expressed are his own. Many people have asked me how I say that Aryans and Dravidians came from outside India, and that the original inhabitants were the pre-Dravidian tribals, who are only […]
Tata Communications, a global digital ecosystem enabler, has signed an agreement to acquire The Switch Enterprises LLC. Through its wholly-owned international subsidiary Tata Communications (Netherlands) B.V., the company has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire New York-headquartered The Switch, a leading global end-to-end live video production, and transmission services provider with a reach to top-tier sporting venues in North America.
Ritu Jha- Umesh Sachdev is a self-confessed serial entrepreneur and the co-founder and CEO of Uniphore, a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company focused on conversational artificial intelligence (AI) and automation across the enterprise. Sparked by his vision to use technology to help bridge the gap between the human voice and modern machines, Uniphore has morphed into a […]
Disciples thronged BAPS centers across North America and immersed themselves in joyous celebrations, and cultural programs commemorating the life and teachings of Pramukh Swami Maharaj on his 100th birth year.
Honey, especially if it is raw and comes from a single floral source, has been shown to boost important cardiometabolic health indicators like blood sugar and cholesterol levels, according to University of Toronto researchers.
With October being celebrated as Hindu Heritage Month, community leaders, as well as policymakers, including US President Joe Biden, lighting lamps and immersing themselves in the festival of lights, Diwali celebrations at BAPS Swaminarayan temples across North America glittered with varied hues, lights, and delicious food that heightened the joy of traditional festivities.
In his article ‘ As the UK embraces its diversity, Indians need to ask why India is turning its back on its own ‘ published in thewire.in, Siddhartha Varadarajan has made a scathing criticism of the polarization of Indian society, and vilification and sidelining of Indian Muslims, and pointed out that there is not a single Muslim minister in the Central Government.