Wednesday, July 15, 2020

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How to tackle the migrants issue

Why the hurry to ascribe something that the state/government failed at to an individual shame?

Review of Book- “Data Sovereignty- The Pursuit of Supremacy”

The book stresses the importance of acting fast to protect the country from becoming vulnerable to miss-use of data; with help of strong regulatory mechanisms and rules on data protection.

Cambridge Analytica scandal – is Data Privacy a mirage?

Social media companies have long taken the naïve user for a ride.

How to keep yourself safe in a digitally connected world, especially on mobile

In today’s world only living off the grid will save you from the web of data sharing.

Strategy of Reliance Jio in 3 points

Reliance Jio has almost captured the data market and has left people wondering its strategy. Here is a take on its strategy.

Perception and data based journalism

Statistical backing of news is good, but we need more than stats to discuss social opinions

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Why should we demonise privatisation?

It is amazing how we continue to demonise private industries and industrialists despite the fact that the Nehruvian socialism and nationalisation led us to the precarious economic situation in 1991.

समीक्षा : शी जिनपिंग अपनी नाकामी छुपाने के लिए दुनिया से बैर मोल ले रहे है

जिनपिंग चीन में सबसे शक्तिशाली, फिर क्या डर सता रहा है उन्हें?: नाकामी छुपाने के लिए विस्तारवाद की नीति अपना रहे जिंगपिंग

KP Community status needs a reset

Kashmiri Hindu community continues to suffer and be homeless. Every govt have sold only fake promises to them without doing any ground work.

Snapping TikTok, signalling Twitter: Ban and beyond

Eardrums of Twitter, Facebook and Wikipedia must have felt the sensation of govt's slap on the cheeks of TikTok-plus-58

Open letter to liberals

Many of you while writing about black lives matter have juxtaposed that Muslim lives too matter. However comparing Muslim lives in India to black lives is like comparing apples and oranges.

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Why should we demonise privatisation?

It is amazing how we continue to demonise private industries and industrialists despite the fact that the Nehruvian socialism and nationalisation led us to the precarious economic situation in 1991.

Snapping TikTok, signalling Twitter: Ban and beyond

Eardrums of Twitter, Facebook and Wikipedia must have felt the sensation of govt's slap on the cheeks of TikTok-plus-58

The pursuit of mediocrity

Are there not topics that can be lampooned and satirized without the need to invoke the Constitution? How bad is your comedy that you have to invoke the Constitution anyway?

Who killed Sushant?

Initially his suicide was linked with bullying and nepotism. Rhea has been already interrogated in this case. The Mumbai police has already registered a case under professional rivalry and is investigating.

Manmohan Singh: the superhero who wasn’t

IMF dictated India's economy and FM- MMS was just a puppet in the hands of IMF. Interestingly, a lot many conditionalities related to IMF loan was not disclosed to the public.