November 2012

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I am sure you must have read today morning about Congress government’s attempt to move to cash transfer instead of indirect subsidy. Adahar cards are supposed to facilitate this move – if ever the powerful middlemen lobby allows the card to be used of course! Now I am pretty much apolitical – but cash transfers

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So this is obviously not one of my typical posts that are related to technology or business but this article was so compelling that I could not resist posting a link.
As we all know, on May 2, 2012, a team of US special forces from United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group or DEVGRU

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I found this cool post on Mashable Tech that lists some unusual gadgets that never took off – some of them failed because they were ahead of their times and some were just strange (check out the cigarette with umbrella);
Mashable-10 Weird Gadgets that never took off

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Amidst all the feverish activity surrounding social apps, 3D printing and shopping sites, there is one sector where technology is driving significant change and is (relatively!) quiet – education.
I thought it might be useful to list down some of the new developments and offerings in this sector. Although this list is by no means