It’s well known that Indians are all around the world. No matter what country you go to, look enough and you’ll find a face that reminds you of home. But when these faces come together, an instant and powerful sense of community arises; despite where life has taken us, we are anchored by our common nationality and heritage.
This form of diasporic communities materialized once again, this time to celebrate Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Rwanda, on his way to the BRICS conference in South Africa.
This week, I had the amazing opportunity to sit in on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony to the United States House Committee on Energy and Commerce. Sitting just a few feet away, I watched Zuckerberg answer a variety of questions from Representatives about both his company and the industry as a whole. Zuckerberg’s testimonies promise to have a long-lasting impact on the relationship between the government and the tech industry, and the privacy of every Facebook user around the world.