A large number of Indian-origin CEOs are running some of the top companies worldwide.
The Chinese video app TikTok is no longer available in Google and Apple app stores in India after a state court prohibited its downloads, a setback for developer Bytedance Technology's efforts to tap users in a key market.
Conservatives remain convinced that the tech industry is biased against them. They point to evidence that Facebook, Twitter, Google and YouTube are staffed disproportionately by liberals, a fact that nobody seriously denies. In a fascinating essay for the New Atlantis, Adam White argues that there is a deep alignment between their corporate culture and the assumptions of modern liberalism.
Shweta, who forgot to put her mic on mute during a Microsoft Teams call with her colleagues, can be heard sharing intimate details about a man with her friend.
On Thursday 53 people died due to a boat capsize off the coast of Syria carrying between 120 to 150 people. The people on the boat were Lebanese, Syrians (there are a million Syrian refugees in Lebanon) and Palestinians (Palestinian refugees in Lebanon have been in the country for 40 years and more, living in refugee camps) fleeing
Letitia James, the attorney general of New York, isn’t the first public official to coin a pithy phrase about Donald Trump, but hers was one of the more memorable ones. James described Trump’s approach to paying business taxes as less “The Art of the Deal — it’s the art of the steal”. Talented lawyer as she is, maybe she should be in
One accusation levelled at the government is that after 12 years of Tory rule, Britain is broken. Inflation is soaring, growth is stagnant, and the NHS is on its knees. Of course, it should come as little surprise that we are experiencing massive disruption. After a global pandemic and two years of on-off lockdowns, we are not alone in
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is leading the Bharat Jodo Yatra — a 3,570 km foot march. The footmarch that began in Tamil Nadu’s Kanyakumari is currently traversing through Kerala and would enter Karnataka by the end of this month. The foot march from Kanyakumari to Kashmir will be completed in 150 days and cover as many as