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While We ‘Make In India’, Customers Favour Korean Or Chinese Handsets

Indians always love and prefer to have Chinese cuisines such as momos and made such as smartphones, computers, televisions and even workers. This implies that we easily adapt things that are Made in China and already in China’s pocket. For

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Writing Stories Revolving Around Youth

Writer Paro Anand is passionate about penning stories that give a message to young people and the world they live in. I love Delhi’s jams,” pronounces author Paro Anand with a laugh and explains the reason. “I have my laptop

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Brief History About India’s Connection with Russia

Although Gandhiji and Leo Tolstoy never crossed paths, their understanding and values have definitely helped India bridge gaps with Russia. Leo Tolstoy (September 9, 1828-November 20, 1910) is an all-time genius to the entire literary world, cutting across all borders.

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Social Media Monitoring: New Burden for the EC?

Social media monitoring is supposedly becoming a new burden for the EC as it must execute with utmost efficiency. If managing the world’s greatest democratic exercise fairly was not enough — the general elections of 2019 — the Election Commission

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S Nambi Narayanan: No Monetary Compensation For the Injustice

The harassment and brutality undergone by ISRO scientist Narayanan cannot be dissolved with no monetary compensation. No amount of monetary compensation is enough for any kind of injustice and for one that was intentionally meted out to former ISRO scientist

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Changing the Digital Space

With the inadequate digital policies, myopic political considerations should not be a basis for future digital regulation policy-making. In 2014, the Narendra Modi-led Government came to power with an objective of ‘minimum Government, maximum governance, aimed at showcasing the country

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Make the Most of Your Life : Letters to Bahujan Youth By Prabhu Guptara

In our country, not much is written specifically for young people. They want to know – and need to know! – so much in relation to “Life”, “Education” and “Work” (Career). Those are the three themes of this book. The writer

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The Freedom Drive 2018: A Rally of Ambassador Cars Organized by Chavakkad

Chavakkad, popularly known as Kerala’s Little Dubai, has recently showcased the rally of Ambassador Cars. The drive from Chennai to Chavakkad in Thrissur district of Kerala gave one an experience of a journey to the past. While the National Highway

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Cyber Threats: All You Need to Know

Big companies have a number of facilities and measures to deal with security issues, making them more reliable and ready to deal with cyber threat. On the other hand, small companies have limited resources and are ill-equipped, and therefore are

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Compensating Patients for Faulty Hip Surgery Not Enough

Each Johnson & Johnson product must undergo scrutiny as compensating patients to make things right regarding faulty hip replacements isn’t enough. In his book, The Constant Gardener, author John Le Carre had highlighted the conspiracy by pharma majors across the

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