On paper, public healthcare is free and subsidized for those who are below the so-called poverty line. The Indian public health sector encompasses 18% of total outpatient care and 44% of total inpatient care. Spends a little over 1% of GDP on public healthcare, one of the lowest levels in Continue Reading
• Mobile data revenue expected to grow as more investments keep pouring in along with the advent of 5G technology. • The increase in mobile data revenue is further expected to drive expansion of telecommunications market. Forecasts say that industry is expected to report even higher growth during 2020-2025, post Continue Reading
After missing four deadlines, the flyover at Bajghera railway crossing is finally ready to be opened for public, which is a part of much talked Dwarka Expressway in NCR promoted as a dream infra project by NHAI to be completed by May 2021. The four-lane flyover, which has been constructed Continue Reading
Today, citizenship is a great privilege. And Indian citizenship, is the greatest privilege. Why? Because only those who have purified their souls by protecting cows (not cows of Pakistani or Bangladeshi origin) for seven consecutive births are reincarnated as Indian citizens. That’s why just one in about six people on Continue Reading
THE Linux Foundation is killing the Linux brand. It’s misusing it or “lending” it to things that have nothing to do with Linux. Similarly, as an associate of ours put it this morning, Forbes has, as recently as yesterday, resorted to “brand dilution, “open-source” vs “open source”, OSI is too quiet…”
This “legal uncertainty” is legal dynamite for trolls! Companies shed off “low certainty” patents and sell them to parasites.
“10 of the 11 patent suits filed today were filed by patent trolls,” it has been reported this week, “according to RPX Corp. That’s 91%.”
The Linux Foundation does a disservice to those whom it claims to speak for and represent. The deeper we look, the worse it gets. Then, back in April, all staff of Linux.com got fired. All except one, Swapnil, who typically wrote the paid-for (by sponsors) staged ‘interviews’.
LTF is targeted at lawyers and employees in legally relevant spheres at companies, law firms and training and education providers, with freelancers making up the remaining target audience. The event’s exhibitors, sponsors and speakers are composed primarily of providers of special software solutions for law firms, cloud systems and security solutions.
There are those who think that Microsoft invited me to speak in the hope of seducing me away from the free software cause. Some fear that it might even have succeeded. I am sure the Microsoft staff I addressed saw that that could never happen. I resisted Steve Jobs’s snow job in 1989 or 1990; I am no easy mark for those who want me to change my views.
In case Stallman’s resignation marks the beginning of something even better (from Stallman himself) people are encouraged to send messages of solidarity