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TIMES Pieces: Not an Everyday Hacktivity

Technology is an enabler. It enables people to come together, exchange ideas and shape the future. It has modernised our world and offered a platform for growth – socially, environmentally, economically and creatively. Read on

Tech for the Classroom

In the run up to Universal Children's Day (taking place on 20 November), RESET.org is taking a look at education and the role that technology and new media can play in boosting access to and delivering educational tools. Read on

Moving Towards a Caste-free India

We all dream of a society where caste doesn’t exist, where equal rights and opportunities are available to all citizens. India has tried to eradicate the caste system but still hasn’t been able to completely get rid of it. Read on

Boyalagudem’s Search For Water

First published on Halabol Water scarcity is no great problem in India!! Shocked at the statement? Yes, this is what our administrators seem to think; which explains why they have hardly done anything to overcome this problem. Now, where should people of Boyalagudem, a village located in Andhra Pradesh where people depend on rains as their primary source of water, turn to? Read on

4 Things Tech Must Get Right to Be Useful to BOP Consumers

First published on The Alternative. The scale of technology has increased tremendously in the last 13 years. From an internet speed of 1 mbps/ person, we are now at 1000 mbps/ person/ month. This has led to the emergence of a host of technology and technology empowered solutions. Read on

Greening Our Internet Habits

Did you know that a search engine company like Google uses enough energy to continuously power 200,000 homes? Everytime someone searches via Google or one of its affiliates (such as YouTube), the company's server utilises energy to power up the servers located in data centres. Read on

India and its Frugal "Jugaad" Innovators

“An inventor is one who does not know that it cannot be done; an innovator is one who sees what everyone else sees but thinks what no one else thinks.” - Raghunath Anant Mashelkar Read on

Conserving Urban Ecosystems

When it comes to biodiversity, there is a train of thought that cities don't have muc to offer. However, through inclusive and effective urban planning, the potential for flourishing urban flora and fauna could match countryside counterparts. Read on