The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines “assurance” as a “guarantee”. Many questions are put to the Government in Parliament. The Government is able to answer some, while it takes a little more time to answer a few. For questions that take more time, the Government assures that the answers will be laid on the table of the House, i.e. the Government guarantees that the answers will be given in due course.

But long is the due course? Well, there is no time limit.

The Government has informed the...

India has 20.52 Judges per 10 lakh people in the country, the Government has informed the Parliament. This calculation involves taking the population recorded in 2011 Census as the base, but Number of judges is calculated in the year 2019. In the year 2016, India was reported to have 16 judges per million. This means we have been able to improve our judges per million count slightly. Judges per million is a very valuable metric in deciding a number of aspects including ease of doing business...

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...

We all use maps on our phones. For that, we switch on the location feature and set it to high accuracy for better results. All of this works on GPS (Global Position System). GPS is used worldwide but owned by the United States Government. GPS has remained the only positioning system for long, but the situation is set to change. India has developed its system and has called it NavIC. Initialised in 2018, NavIC has quickly gained international recognition and may well be present in new phones...

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...

   

   

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