Health camp

Lions Club of Imphal Greater (LCIG) on Saturday organized a voluntary blood donation cum health camp at Don Bosco College, Maram. The programme was organized with support from JNIMS Blood Bank, Red Ribbon Club and NSS Don Bosco, Maram. Over 400 patients have given treatment in different disease like ENT, Eye, Gen, Medicine, Surgery, Gynae…

Digital, a growth engine

The changes within Mindtree are helping them prepare for the future essentially for the next three-to-five year period, says CEO Krishnakumar Natarajan. The Bengaluru-based Mindtree, for the last 15 years, has performed well as one of the promising mid-sized IT services players in the country. To gear up itself for the future, the company recently…

The digital dilemma

“Never have I seen a moment of so much excitement and yet so much anxiety,” said Washington Post Executive Editor Martin Baron early on in a recent speech, in which he went on to elaborate how his newspaper was tackling the digital transition. Baron was, of course, referring to the current state of journalism, a…

What is Net Neutrality and Save The Internet: Explained

With internet freedom on the brink of facing extinction, the social media is abuzz with trending hashtags like #NetNeutrality and #SaveTheInternet. In the present scenario, at the time when Internet has become an integral and incredible part of one’s life, the Internet Service Providers are trying to control the online traffic. As many netizens continue…

Goa to install monitoring system to track terrorist landings

Goa is considering installing a monitoring system which will track suspicious activities off shore including possible terrorist landings and under sea movements, a government report said. The Goa State Oil Spill Disaster Contingency Plan which was released recently, spoke about installation of Vessel Traffic and Port Management System (VTPMS) which will monitor various activities including “terrorist landings and suspicious movements under sea.”…

Surveillance rises, privacy retreats

Considered to be a low-surveillance nation, India needs to act fast to prevent it from encroaching on privacy WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have, at considerable personal cost, revealed how surveillance has eroded the private space in a world driven by digital technology. In India, the extent…