Once it seemed inevitable that the internet would create a more open, diverse society in China. Now it’s fostering young nationalists who are unknowingly dancing to the tunes of an authoritarian regime.
By acquiring the Future Group, Asia’s richest man, Mukesh Ambani aims to solidify his position in India’s retail sector in order to compete with global e-commerce giants like Amazon and Flipkart.
We try to understand the views of Dr. Ambedkar on China, India’s foreign policy and Communism. An in-depth analysis reveals why Ambedkar was a thinker way ahead of his time.
Understand why e-commerce companies are dragging their feet on implementing the govt’s diktat of displaying the ‘country of origin’ in online product listings.
Xi Jinping is as controversial a leader as they come. Beyond his quotes on US-China relations and local policies, most people don’t know the many controversial facets of Xi as a Chinese leader. Our article delves into 7 such points that will surely pique your interest.
Cameras perched over sidewalks, hovering across busy intersections and swivelling above shopping districts, monitoring each and every move of the citizens and thereby creating a social profile based on the activities they do. China is building a large surveillance state, while the world is busy fighting other battles.
The personality cult that is being built around Xi jinping is a worrying sign that his ambitions are to become the next Mao Zedong and maybe even go further.
Jio bidding for TikTok might look like a sound business move, but will it create a big dent in the company’s image as a true blue Indian conglomerate? We try to understand this in detail in our latest article.
As India is forging its way into the Third Industrial Revolution, we think that it is homegrown tech companies that will protect India’s interests the most. Jio appears to be one such company that can stop the Chinese invasion in the Indian market, and help make India a truly atmanirbhar economy.
The Indian educational system has ‘systematically’ kept students away from our country’s real history. We discuss why an entire generation of ‘educated’ indians who lack knowledge and therefore pride in our glorious past, are so by design and not coincidence.