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TECH TUESDAY: Culture, empathy, and technology leadership

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, who replaced Steve Ballmer in 2014, has the challenge to reinvent a former desktop computer technology innovation leader and find strategic success in a mobile, cloud-based, Internet-connected world. 619 more words

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How about a suit you can run a half-marathon in? A sweater that uses carbonised coffee to absorb odours?

Indian-American Aman Advani’s fashion start-up Ministry of Supply revolutionising business wear, inspired by NASA spacesuits

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This isn’t your average performance gear—it’s polished menswear that incorporates advanced technology to make your life that much easier. 488 more words

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This Columbia University professor is on a quest to change the way we look at cameras

Among Indian-origin Shree K Nayar’s inventions – a wrap-around camera that can take photos of the hidden side; a kid-friendly digital camera that can be assembled by the user; the world’s first fully self-powered video camera; etc… 611 more words

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He wrote a book to highlight the bullying of Sikh kids in the US

Karanveer Singh Pannu, 18, of New Jersey wanted to help alleviate pain and suffering that children from his faith go through on a daily basis… 376 more words

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IN BUSINESS: Portable power from the sun

NBC News, via its NBC Asian America channel, is featuring start-ups in the new business series “Self-Starters.” The series highlights stories of entrepreneurs pursuing their paths to attain the proverbial American dream. 85 more words

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CINEMA SUNDAY: Names, Journeys, and Love Stories

The movie “The Namesake” released in 2007 colorfully depicts four love stories set in Calcutta and New York. Directed by Mira Nair and based on the book by Jhumpa Lahiri, the film follows a traditionally arranged marriage, two modern romances that struggle with that tradition, and filial love that connects two different worlds across time. 416 more words

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CINEMA SUNDAY: Names, Journeys, and Love Stories

The movie “The Namesake” released in 2007 colorfully depicts four love stories set in Calcutta and New York. Directed by Mira Nair and based on the book by Jhumpa Lahiri, the film follows a traditionally arranged marriage, two modern romances that struggle with that tradition, and filial love that connects two different worlds across time. 416 more words

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