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Develop an international mechanism in combating cyber crime

Develop an international mechanism in combating cyber crime

By Denis Sverdlov Recently Russia has become one of the leading internet powers of the world.  Today in the terms of the use of users of the internet we’re first…

Why one should adopt FOSS at all?

Why one should adopt FOSS at all?

By Mr. M. K. Yadava  The Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement to me means adoption of GNU/Linux based computing devices and systems in all walks of life –…

Sustainable solutions for the Planet: Make Microgrids as a fulcrum for growth

Sustainable solutions for the Planet: Make Microgrids as a fulcrum for growth

Dr. Satyendra Kumar, Director-Saurya Enertek https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jp_AIajSzc…

Internet as an engine for growth and sustainable development

Internet as an engine for growth and sustainable development

By Felix Dodds   We have seen a move of leadership to understand from more developed countries to leading developing countries in a number of areas but particularly in the…

N = all ….An Impending Big Data Era

N = all ….An Impending Big Data Era

By Sanjay Jaju While I force my fingers on the keypad of my laptop typing this piece, I can’t remain oblivious to the fact that while doing so I am…

Climate change, Politics & Farmers’ Suicides in India

Climate change, Politics & Farmers’ Suicides in India

By Dr. Gopi Ghosh, Director and Chief of Policy Research, Asian Institute of Poverty Alleviation The unseasonal rains, hailstorms and thunderstorms in March and April this year have brutally devastated vast fields…

Unusual Symptoms in your body that may signal a Heart Attack

Unusual Symptoms in your body that may signal a Heart Attack

By Dr. AD. Katdare, NM Wadia Institute of Cardiology- Pune We’re living in the world where the most unusual sights are witnessed. Youngsters are diagnosed with diabetes, children struggling with…

Capturing the promise of ICT in Indian Society

Capturing the promise of ICT in Indian Society

ICTpost Media Action Bureau What can ICT bring for the inhabitants of 600,000 Indian villages? How India is empowering the poor and marginalised citizens to participate in the emerging knowledge…

Indian higher education cries out for reform

Indian higher education cries out for reform

Prof. Marmar Mukhopadhyay, Chairman, ETMA Council…

Education is a human right and offers a long-term vision of reduced poverty

Education is a human right and offers a long-term vision of reduced poverty

  Dr. Jaco Cilliers Country Director, United Nations Development Programme-India  …

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