The world is going crazy about 5G. Should India be allowing Huawei? The question has gathered more importance in view of US President Donald Trump's visit to India. But what is 5G, what can it achieve? Let's find out.

5G is super-fast internet. How fast? It has a peak data rate of 20 Gigabits per second. Compare that with 4G, which has a peak data rate of 1 Gigabits per second. But the 4G we user experience is slow, isn't it? This is due to the lower reach, which is portrayed through User...

Have you heard about SUVAS? No? Well, it is the software for translating Supreme Court judgments into different languages. SUVAS is the acronym for Supreme Court Vidhik Anuvaad Software. It is an initiative of the Apex Court, in which the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Government of India is providing technical support. The Ministry is being aided by experts from IIT and IIIT. 

Suvas is being tested in 18 High Courts. It can translate judgments in English to Hindi...

The first general elections were conducted in 1952. Mr. PN Sehgal, then a lecturer at National Defence Academy was excited enough to suggest a few steps that could be taken in the next election. One of the steps was postal ballots for blind, incapacitated and people on essential duties. 67 years later, Mr. Sehgal’s suggestion of postal ballot was accepted and made into law. Let’s now examine, what a postal ballot really is. 

 

A postal ballot for an election to the Lok Sabha is a...

Seagram’s Music CDs, Kingfisher Bottled Water and whatnot, the general public has seen these advertisements first hand. On occasions, one also finds such products on the market shelves. While most of the times, such advertised products are only promotional in nature, present only for their namesake. Surrogate Advertising has been present for a long time, and many say that it actually is misleading advertising. But what does the law say?
A question was recently asked in Parliament about...

India is forever in elation mode. About 900 million Indians were eligible to vote in the 2019 General Elections, and out of which about 67 exercised their right to vote. Off late, the Election Commission has given renewed impetus on increasing the voter participation to make a more participatory democracy. At the same time, there are many persons, especially who are incapacitated due to place of work, old age and disability and are not able to exercise their right to vote.

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