We are all now connected by the internet, like neurons on the giant brain.Stephen Hawking 5G is the next big technological revolution around the world in the telecommunication industry. 5G is the fifth generation technology standard for broadband cellular networks. 5G provides faster internet and more reliable connectivity over wireless devices. The first commercial launch... Continue Reading →
Since ancient times farmers are respected due to their role of bread provider to the society. The presence of Farmers and ploughs in the paintings of early Egyptian civilization describes the importance of agriculture. Decrees and schemes to help farmers by the King were very common in the medieval period. In the modern era, the writing of great philosophers and Economists such as Karl Marx and Adam Smith emphasized the upliftment of Farm laborer for the progress of society. Issues related to farmers and agriculture always remain at the forefront for all the political parties across the globe. There is no doubt that small farmers in the modern era suffered greatly due to the incorrect and untimely decisions taken by the government. The new agriculture laws are positive steps, but without addressing the concern for a fair price from private players to the farmers, it is not likely to help much. The government should guarantee MSP (for at least Five years) from corporates/private persons until the farmers gain sufficient experience in negotiating with corporates/private players. A technological platform for transparent negotiation seller and buyer is a must.
The Aegean Sea lies between Greece and Turkey have a large number of Islets. Some of these areas around the islets are claimed both by Greece and Turkey. The primary reason for controlling an island by a country is to extend reach beyond its mainland and attain legitimacy to explore rich natural resources in and around the island. Although historically both the nations do not share a friendly relation vis-a-vis islets (claimed by both) in the Mediterranean sea.
Privacy Isn't Negotiable. It's The Right Of Every Individual. Jackie Speier What does "Internet Privacy" Mean? “Google knows quite a lot about all of us. No one ever lies to a search engine. I used to say that Google knows more about me than my wife does, but that doesn’t go far enough. Google knows... Continue Reading →
Risk is real while risk management is a vague term. The uncertainty of the future events generally eats the return on investment. Understanding the risk and uncertainty is the only solution.
All confirmed exclusive Playstation 5 games announced so far. As all the gaming community eagerly waiting for this movement where Sony revealed their most-awaited next-generation games. Sony released some of the games on 12 June 2020 in the future of gaming events where they also revealed the design and specs of Playstation 5. We already... Continue Reading →
Films and entertainment industry has always been the talk of the town.according to the current situation amid coronavirus pandemic …that has created uncertainty in the public gathering ..that concludes no recent opening of malls, multiplexes, and movie theatre. This created a dilemma for filmmakers and producers to foe their upcoming grossers...Since the government of India... Continue Reading →
Two economic power houses and habitat of 40% world's population, India and China are on the brink of war due to border dispute. The war between these two countries can cause enormous pain on world economy and its growth prospects. Read the story behind the scuffle at Ladakh border.
After a long time finally, Sony announced its 5th gaming console PlayStation 5. Sony revealed the PS5 (PlayStation 5) on 12 June 2020 in the future of gaming event, And yes, we're impressed.
The flaws in our social system are more visible than ever. In the last post, the prominent flaws in the current economic and other systems (Social, healthcare, and Environmental protection) appeared during the COVID-19 crisis have discussed. The critics of the system point out the widespread poverty and the gap between the rich and the poor. The other argument against the system is that it is biased the discrimination based on color, race, and religion hampers the development of human resources and its productivity.