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India and Bhutan

The visit to India this week by Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, the fifth monarch of Bhutan, was both substantive and subtextual. The joint statement, which was released following discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Droupadi Murmu, described collaboration in several sectors. India has committed to provide extra standby lines of credit and assist …

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Internet Archive

Over 735 trillion web pages, 41 million books and texts, 14.7 million audio recordings, 8.4 million videos, 4.4 million images, and 890,000 software programmes have been archived by the IA. The IA has quickly developed into a genuinely worldwide digital library for information access, especially for people with impairments. A substantial number of the books …

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Vaikom Satyagraha: The Fight for Social Justice

In Kerala, the name “Vaikom” conjures up a variety of images, including the poet Vaikom Mohamed Basheer, the vocalist Vaikom Vijayalakshmi, and Vaikathappan, the temple’s patron god. Vaikom is often associated with Mahatma Gandhi in India, however in Tamil Nadu, it is associated with Periyar and his name. But, there is more to it in …

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The Digital Personal Data Protection (DPDP) Bill 2022

By 2026, India’s digital economy is anticipated to grow to a staggering $1 trillion. For everything from shopping and socialising to education and government services, people are quickly moving online. Nevertheless, we are also producing enormous volumes of personal data as we embrace convenience. It is quickly becoming essential to comprehend how this data is …

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India’s Digital Public Infrastructure

The digital public infrastructure (DPI) of India, also known as the India Stack and other terms, is a wonder of our time. It was created through a special collaboration between the federal and state governments, regulators, the private sector, selfless volunteers, startups, academia, and think tanks. India’s response to Web 3 is arguably even more …

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India’s Indigenous Advanced Light Helicopter

The tumultuous past of India’s indigenous Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH­Dhruv) reached a low point on March 8, 2023, when a Dhruv (IN­709) from the Indian Navy’s recently purchased fleet of ALH Mk­III MRs made headlines. A “sudden loss of power and quick loss of height” was apparently experienced by the “maritime role” (MR) helicopter during …

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