Can You Trust the National Stock Exchange of India ?

June 13, 2017 · Filed Under technology · Comment 

SEBI had received complaints that National Stock Exchange (NSE) co-location facility had provided unfair access to select trading members. The co-location issue relates to brokers placing their servers at the exchange’s premises during 2011-14 [No doubt it happened during the Corrupt Congress Regime], which reduces the time for an order and provides a speed advantage to these over those located away from the premises. Faster access to data feed of an exchange, even by a split second, can result in huge gains.

SEBI in its investigations found that (i) NSE’s architecture with respect to dissemination of data was prone to manipulation and market abuse; (ii) preferential access was given Read more

NaMo’s “Digital India” Dream – Implementation is Crucial

January 27, 2015 · Filed Under technology · Comment 

Under the able leadership of the PM of India Shri Narendra Modi, government has recently launched a Digital India program to co-ordinate between the building of digital infrastructure and broadening technology reach. However, we think implementation is crucial along with addressing key bottlenecks including spectrum availability, limited fibre connectivity, right of way regulations, and high taxation / government charges.

National Optical Fiber Network Connectivity
The National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) scheme was launched in 2011-2012 with a view to connecting over 250,000 Gram Panchayats (village authorities) in Read more

What is Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana – Electricity / Power for All

December 7, 2014 · Filed Under technology · Comment 

Breaking NewsThe Honorable Government of India under the most efficient leadership of Shri Narendra Modi as Prime Minister & Piyush Goel as Power Minister have announced the Deendayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana which will ensure Electricity & Power for all Citizens Across the Length & Breadth of country, mainly villages.

The scheme aims to separate agriculture and non-agriculture feeders to improve power supply to agricultural and
non-agricultural consumers in rural areas. It should strengthen power distribution infrastructure in rural areas and help the government reach its goal of being able to provide power 24/7 across the country. This scheme’s objective is to strengthen T&D infrastructure in the urban Read more

Will Kapil Sibal & Rahul Gandhi Ban Google for Showing Congress as Most Corrupt Political Party in World ?

February 22, 2014 · Filed Under technology · 2 Comments 

Breaking NewsThe World’s Most Successful Search Engine – Google which relies heavily on the truly democratic evaluation by its patented Page Rank Algorithm shows in its Search Results Page that Indian National Congress is the Most Corrupt Political Party in India and the World.

Evidence – 1
The following screen shot has been captured live on Google for the query “most corrupt political party in india” which ranks Indian National Congress at the Read more

eGovernnce and Digital Citizens – The GameChanger for India Going Slow

July 2, 2013 · Filed Under technology · Comment 

Digitizing India has the potential to reduce bureaucratic hurdles in starting and running businesses in India. Making interfaces more customer friendly [eTax Filing and eCash disbursement], introducing and publicizing penal action and consolidating data across platforms will make governing India easier and possibly a lot cheaper. More important, the data that is generated needs to be made public in a format that can be understood by humans and machines: High-quality data coupled with in-depth analysis can lead to significantly improved outcomes.

Getting the hardware, software and bandwidth in place
An important element of the digital revolution will be the ability of the common man to access it. (1) Hardware availability, (2) bandwidth constraints and (3) user charges remain prominent constraints even as the Government has begun to address some of these issues. India plans to install a Read more

Challenges / Problems of Aadhar / UIDAI Systems in India

April 1, 2013 · Filed Under technology · Comment 

The Central Government is doing a direct Cash Transfer into the hands of the Poor Indian Citizens using UIDAI based Aadhar Payment Gateways / Biometric Payment systems / ATM. The key problem areas that we identified through our interactions with block-level and district-level officials, a few recipients, and BCs
are as follows,

Frequent connectivity issues – There were days when the BC was unable to consummate even a single transaction due to lack of connectivity.

Authentication failure – Another common complaint was failure of fingerprint authentication. Field officials gave examples of some recipients who were not able to verify their Read more

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