Technologies

Payment Banks is ‘doorstep banking’ loaded with futuristic amenities...
08 Mar 2017 Published by Rahul Verma 107 Views

The concept of ‘Payments Bank’ initiated by Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to cast away traditional banking is reality and reaching to customer through interactive and feasible mobile phones services. The Payment Banks can accept transfers through mobile phones and services like automatic payments, purchases will pave way for the step of ‘cashless transaction’. The step was taken to ease pressure on tradition banking structure and after demonatisation its role is becoming crucial...

R Com and Aircel merger to take on R Jio, operators to bid for maximum 4G coverage...
16 Sep 2016 Published by Rahul Verma 302 Views

After Reliance Jio took the center stage with the fastest developing telecom services, and holding crown of 4G technology, telecom companies are busy in amendments in their strategies in process of keeping consumers opting for LTE  technology.To take on the Jio's momentum, Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications and Aircel has announced the merger for new brand and becoming fourth-largest telecom operator in the country.R-Com will merge its wireless business and transfer it to the new title..

Reliance Jio opens doors of ‘affordable’ 4G services in India...
08 Sep 2016 Published by Rahul Verma 490 Views

After Reliance Jio 4G launch, which is tagged as ‘most affordable’ services in India is now the talk of the nation as companies are landing into tussle and shedding prices to existing users.The experts think battle will bring cost-effective 4G services and  banker Morgan Stanley expects the Jio 4G telecom services to grow to 40 million subscribers in the next fiscal and add $2 billion in revenues, with a positive cash flow by 2019-20.  This is also the year of Mukesh Ambani’s pas..

India to fly home Lockheed Martin and Boeing under ‘Make in India’ umbrella...
15 Aug 2016 Published by Rahul Verma 307 Views

Scratching noise through the skies in formation by the Indian Air Force is always a proud moment that showcase the legacy of the guardian of the skies.  The dream of flying ‘indigenous’ fighter aircraft delayed to over 30 years and finally ‘Tejas’ take off with the thunder. The project revamped airstrip for next generation fighter jet for India.  The nation has one of the largest air force in the world and for counterattacks it needs the best wings. The growing concern from cou..

Telecom companies are aiming high on 4G in India ...
24 Feb 2016 Published by Rahul Verma 180 Views

-- The 4G (fourth-generation wireless) is the broadband mobile communication taking place of third-gen (3G). 4G is around five times faster than existing 3G, and it can provide download speeds of up to 100Mbps.After revolutionized mobile internet technology 3G, the 4G technology is all set to thrill mobile internet users with big players betting on high-speed connectivity in India.Leading telecom company Bharti Airtel Ltd. introduced first 4G services in India after successfully running 3G infra..

Indian homeowners gearing up to ‘Air Defence’ systems...
18 Feb 2016 Published by Rahul Verma 208 Views

Last year before visit of US President Barack Obama, the US Embassy in New Delhi reportedly had purchased indoor ‘Air Purifiers’ to protect employees from highly toxic air pollution in city, it was onset of ‘Air Purifiers’ in India.Japan’s Sharp Corp., Netherland’s Philips and Sweden’s Blueair AB and recorded huge business of air purifiers in India, as people were conscious to adopt appliances for clean and healthy atmosphere in their homes.According to the reports, the air purifie..

Is nature taking vengeance on human existence?...
11 Dec 2015 Published by Karthik Manohar Pillai 156 Views

I was aware of the rains in the southern part of India but was clueless about the intensity of the rains. The onset of nature’s spell in the Southern part of India (Tamil Nadu) started in the first week of November. The heavy rains still continue as if the cloud was burst open to shower incessantly, most people losing shelter in which they were residing for the last 20 years; all dilapidated in 24 hours of heavy downpour. Chennai had received three months’ rainfall in the month of November...

Toppr - A Brainiac's Valhalla!...
02 Oct 2015 Published by Yuvan Subramani 109 Views

                                It's a common thing in India, to pursue one's dreams based on the conceptions of the society that looks for materialistic pleasure, rather than giving the freedom for people to think of their own to get a life, based on individualistic satisfaction, which is happiness in itself. Though this situation is slowly changing, with more people embracing the idea of individualistic success, th..

HUD to help pilots cut distractions...
28 Sep 2015 Published by Aprajita Dixit 112 Views

Till now pilot in a fighter aircraft, flying at 2,000 km per hour, having all the controls inside the cockpit placed either beside his seat or at positions for which he needs to divert his attention from his ‘forward vision’. A pilot needs to change his line of vision repeatedly to keep track of information like airspeed, heading scale, climb descent rate, angle of attack, etc. For commercial airlines it is not big issue as they generally fly on auto-pilot mode. But for a fighter plan..

Lockheed comes in and BAE stays behind for the Australian Air Force...
14 Sep 2015 Published by Karthik Manohar Pillai 93 Views

Royal Australian Airforce (RAAF) recently changed its air force basic training for its pilots from Tamworth, New South Wales to Sale, Victoria.  It will be effective from 2019. The biggest provider of aircrafts, “Lockheed Martin” has recently won the contract for a whooping period of 25 years. Earlier and till 2019, the contract will be handled by BAE Systems Australia, company of UK.  The main reason for this contract change was the profit the company showed over the 25 year..

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