Posts Tagged: India

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Impressive: App Store Developers Earn $25 billion
January 8, 2015
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Apple announced new record for billings from the App Store during the first week of January; billings rose 50% in 2014. These milestones follow a record-breaking 2014, in which billings rose 50% and apps generated over $10 billion in revenue for developers. So far App Store developers have earned a cumulative $25 billion from the […]
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The Fed and emerging markets: Money Matters
September 23, 2013
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One man’s misery doesn’t always have to be another man’s joy. But in today’s globalised world, economy often doesn’t work that fairly. The US economy had started showing signs of growth, prompting the Federal Reserve to toy with tapering. However, the Fed surprised the world last Wednesday by leaving the $85 billion stimulus programme unchanged. […]
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Hackathon for Peace in South Asia
June 15, 2013
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To leverage the skill and most importantly the goodwill of Indian and Pakistani technologists, I believe we should organize a “hackathon” to expedite the peace process.
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Old Stinks More – By Malik Rashid
October 3, 2010
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In matters of religion, the older corpse stinks more. One might be enticed to learn from their rationale, civic laws and history but ethos projected by older religions is as deadly as the succeeding attempts to bind humans in a chain of loyalty for political domination. Hinduism failed another test of survival for a secular, […]
Undisputed Tragedy of Kashmir
August 3, 2010
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Several Pakistani intellectuals who had descended on Washington DC to attend 11th International Kashmir Peace Conference (July 28-29, 2010) were neither intellectuals nor interested in peace. Wasting time and resources, Pakistani representatives (with very few exceptions) read from a script crafted decades ago at the GHQ – slightly changing words. I bet if you took […]
When It Comes To Education, Pakistan Can Learn Democracy From India
May 3, 2010
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India and Pakistan were both poor countries in 1947; both were countries divided by colonial opportunism, and religious bigotry. Both had similar problems, India just had more of them because of its diverse population and scale. But India prioritized its focus on higher education and people were conscious enough to keep their elected leaders honest. […]