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Seriously, though heralded as a bold move, the amount of inconvenience this has caused to normal citizens is staggering.
Oh my god! The Modi government has made a huge announcement today. All 500 INR and 1000 INR notes have been invalidated in one fell swoop.
Banks are closed the next two days and ATMs wont be operating more than 2000 INR until the end of the year.
अब की बार मोदी सरकार। नोटों की बजा दी जोरदार।
I am all for a bunch of people celebrating a festival. Don’t get me wrong. However, amidst these celebrations (and some of these are at massive scale), is the main point lost?
I have been reading a lot these days, especially after sign-up for the 40 Book a Year challenge on GoodReads.
I should be done by the month of September and am looking to hitting 50 books this year. Thats almost a book a week, and I could not be happier.
This infographic also speaks volumes, I thought the Swedes are more voracious readers, but, looks like times are changing.
The recent Net Neutrality debate has me scared.
The very notion that the internet (which has always been considered as a free medium) needs to be regulated and controlled by a select few gives me the creeps.
India has been always pro for regulation, and this has resulted in fewer scams, but take the Telecom bandwidth licensing issues for e.g. The whole reason why telecom companies are crying out murder against OTT (read the internet) services is this.
On 27th March 2015, TRAI has released a Consultation Paper proposing a regulatory framework for Over The Top (OTT) services.