Following all the media attention around Cryptocurrency, Yosee’s Divya Sornaraja (DSo) & Ankur Gupta(AG) started an email thread discussing whether cryptocurrency can go mainstream for future transactions or not and also, whether it had the potential in becoming a formal legal tender. Further, we got into the concept of CBDC (Central Bank Digital Currency) also … Continue reading Crypto Currency: Future of Transaction?
The COVID-19 pandemic served as a testament to the power of mankind, its resilience and its hope in restoration. While we heard an ample amount of information on the adverse effects of the pandemic, we thought of covering a story of hope. This is the story of Karpagam, a 22-year-old Master’s student from Chennai who … Continue reading Volunteering Warriors: A Covid perspective
In 2018-19, my sisters Kashish & Tanishk had to join additional classes apart from their daily school, entering 9th & 8th standard. They joined these extra classes not because they wanted to, but because their friends were taking them to score better marks and grades in exams. My sisters were not happy about that. Their … Continue reading Homeschooling in India: Unschooling Jagani Sisters
"Never give up on someone with a mental illness. When "i" is replaced with "we", "illness" becomes "wellness"."Never give up on someone with a mental illness. When "i" is replaced by "we", "illness" becomes "wellness" - Randle Grimes.
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) budget for fiscal year of 2018 was around Rs. 10,000 crore which amounted to about 0.0004% of the 2018 Union Budget of India. To understand the broad reasons behind this investment, it is important to highlight the direct and indirect benefits of Space to the country. The reasons behind … Continue reading Why does India invest in Space?
This article is an attempt to explore some of the cyber security issues within the energy industry, more specifically in India.
Why does one want to solve problems in the society? Our mind is a river and these problems around us are like rocks which obstruct its flow. When the mind-river get obstructed, one cannot live in peace. Some rocks smaller, some bigger, some huge. This article is about one such huge rock that affected me … Continue reading The Bridge Project
Do you even remember how many times you have seethed in rage over a huge portion of your street being ripped open for laying some wire or pipes only to be never closed again? Or when the public works lays a new road on top of the existing one repeatedly such that your front gate … Continue reading 2 Stars for that for that pothole!
By the turn of this century Africans will constitute 40% of the world’s population. At approximately 1.3 billion people Africa's population is presently lower than that of China. Over the next 80 years that will change in an incredibly massive way. Whilst this transformation happens, something else equally impressive will be taking place; Africa will … Continue reading Zero to 1: Private Governance as a Service