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In God We Trust And Let Immigrant Rights Rust …

With the opinion polls, changing colors faster than a chameleon, behind us and a president roaring about his squeaking-in with the narrowest of margins, we ask ourselves the essential question: “What did we immigrants try to achieve through the election?”...

IT and Society in India

The term “core competence” has become a buzzword in corporate circles in the U.S. as well as India. Management scholars Gary Hamel and C. K. Prahlad define it as a company’s skill or technology that benefits customers. In the course of the Indian software...

A U.N. With One Person

The once widespread hope that the United Nations represented the chance of a new and peaceful world order has faded on in recent years. One possible reason is that the body is not representative but has a built-in bias, which puts decision-making in the hands of a...

The Anti-Immigrant Initiative

Indian Americans and most other first gen­eration immigrants who might have an “accent” or an “ethnic” last name ought to be worried about the passage of California’s Proposition 187 on the November ballot. The fine print in Prop. 187...