As this decade ends, this is where things stand in the war on terror: $6 trillion wasted, 800,000 killed, 200,000 US troops overseas, three regime change wars (with a possible third on the way), and seven countries bombed by remote control – and counting.
Many have good reasons to celebrate this New Year especially eCommerce companies in India. They really had a good stint and many companies made history in e-retailing business. India having the biggest population in the world, it is no surprise that it has surpassed many developed countries in terms of Continue Reading
Tech oligarchy FAANG & India’s biggies FallMart, Slipkart, Mytra, Omychannel, Snapseal, cBay, Ole, InfoSeams, HomeShows, Aliaba, Amazonia, Telebrands, AllDeals, NiceDeals, etc.. Bottom-line: How centralized Internet retail trading is related to development (except creating few MLM call centers / enriching the 1%), only right-wing proponents of economies of scale can explain for a fee.
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
CAT, FG Wilson, Himoinsa, MTU, Cummins, Atlas Copco and Kirloskar are the major players in genset market. Closed type gensets have high demand owing to its benefits and government regulations. It is expected demand for closed type genset will further increase in the future. The market is segmented by type Continue Reading
Media hype on Citizenship / Bhakt / Neta Acts. There are always voices of dissent to divisive ideas even as ministers smartly inviting intellectuals opposed to the move, to open TV showcases of all branding talks (thanks to Paid Media) on many such issues. No politics over religion, in theory, Continue Reading
It is a free software mobile operating system putting the emphasis on freedom, privacy, and security. Mobile devices such as phones and tablets are becoming an increasingly important part in our computing, hence they are particularly subject to freedom and security concerns, aggravated by greedy Google & Co.