ADB predicts that India will increase its lead over China next year, expanding 8.2% while China’s output grows 7%
The case against Net Neutrality in India. Team Niti rounds-up all of our coverage and some commentary from India and the United States.
Today when I see so called “Net Neutrality” activists wanting to “Save the Internet” it makes me wonder which Internet do they want to save – the Internet of the geeks from the 1990s where the Unix shell command prompt was all-powerful or the Internet of the dummies of 2010s where the touch screen consumer experience has trumped everything.
26 countries have sought India’s help in evacuating its citizens from Yemen
Atleast 23 countries have requested India to help evacuate their citizens from Yemen
India must chart its own pragmatic path to growing the Internet and must shun either extremes on both “Net Neutrality” and on misguided attempts at “regulating OTT Apps”.
A multi-part series from 2005 by Atanu Dey on Lee Kuan Yew’s speech in Delhi
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) today projected India’s growth rate to surpass China and improve to 7.8 per cent in next fiscal and further to 8.2 per cent in 2016-17.
As India and China today held fresh border talks, official media here struck a positive note, saying with both sides agreeing to tap the vast potential of bilateral cooperation, a resolution to the vexed issue is not an “insurmountable barrier” for regional stability.
Pakistan has invited separatist leader Masarat Alam, who was released from jail earlier this month, to attend its National Day celebrations to be held in the national capital on Monday.