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“India has not paid much attention to urbanisation”

“India has not paid much attention to urbanisation”

HYDERABAD, OCT 21:   India needs to do more work towards urbanisation and improve infrastructure as it may witness another 300 million people living in cities and towns in the…

Mobile Internet access is driving new wireless revolution

Mobile Internet access is driving new wireless revolution

By Jonne Soininen, Broadcom Communications Finland, ICANN I’m going to talk a little more about the technical nature — what is importance of mobile broadband and mobile Internet access and what are…

RBI mulls more continual bank licencing mode

RBI mulls more continual bank licencing mode

RBI has already come out with a discussion paper on the banking sector in India, on which the regulator has invited comments from stakeholders. In order to expand the reach…

Twitter diplomacy takes center stage in US-Iran relationship

Twitter diplomacy takes center stage in US-Iran relationship

By Dhirendra Pratap Singh Moments before the US leader officially announced he had a phone chat with his counterpart, Iranian president Rouhani had broken the news on Twitter. The stunning…

Violence is acceptable in South Asia

Violence is acceptable in South Asia

By Amit Baruah When it’s just fine for parents to kill their children, can our societies even hope to reduce the brutality around us? Usually, the pyre doesn’t burn without…

“Quadripolar pacing helps overcome many of the anatomical challenges of CRT pacing”

“Quadripolar pacing helps overcome many of the anatomical challenges of CRT pacing”

Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) is recommended in patients with heart failure, severe systolic dysfunction and intraventricular conduction delay. The rationale for CRT is that ventricular dyssynchrony can further impair the…

Demand for government services will increase with ease of access and monitoring

Demand for government services will increase with ease of access and monitoring

By Dhirendra Pratap Singh With the rapid developments in information and communication technologies, it now appears possible for the government to interact with citizens in a more uniform manner. Today,…

“Internet is crucial to realise the promise of Article 19 of the UN Declaration of Human Rights”

“Internet is crucial to realise the promise of Article 19 of the UN Declaration of Human Rights”

By Carlos Afonso, Executive Director from NUPEF Civil society organisations, social movements and NGOs are active in internet governance processes, many of them involved in these processes since the inception…

How does the atmosphere interact with the radiation?

How does the atmosphere interact with the radiation?

By Ker Than in Pasadena, California for National Geographic One year ago today, a one-ton, SUV-sized rover named Curiosity touched down on Mars after a daring landing maneuver that involved…

“Internet is borderless and there will be no borders in internet governance”

“Internet is borderless and there will be no borders in internet governance”

By Dr. Ali Abbasov  We all, humanity as a whole, pay great attention to the internet and related issues because the global network has become a real environment in which…