Semiconductors are the intermediary component of electrical conductivity between an insulator and a conductor which are widely utilized for all kinds of electronic and mechanical devices. Diodes, transistors, and integrated circuits are merely a few of the electrical devices that use semiconductors in their manufacturing process. Due to their portability, dependability, energy efficiency, and affordability, these gadgets are widely used in today’s world.
After much deliberation, consulting, feedbacks and review the Indian Space and Research Organization (ISRO) launched “Indian Space Policy 2023” which provides the much-needed impetus to Indian space sector, stimulating greater investments and participation of the private sector within the space economy.
It was a dream of former Prime Minister (PM) Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who first envisaged opening an alternate sea route through Myanmar for the northeastern part of India in 2003. Bangladesh at that time was very non-committal on transit to India. The Ministry of external affairs (MEA) appointed the public sector consultancy company RITES to do a study in 2003. The operationalisation of Sittwe Port's new terminal was the beginning of the journey.
On May 11, 1998, India declared itself a nuclear weapon state by conducting a series of tests in the Thar desert. Under Jawaharlal Nehru and Homi Bhabha, India laid the foundation of an elaborate nuclear science programme in 1948, just a year after its Independence. Prime Minister (PM) Indira Gandhi conducted a peaceful nuclear explosion in May 1974. Yet, India took almost five decades to embrace nuclear weapons. No other country in the nuclear age gestated on its nuclear weapon-making potential for so long.
Artificial intelligence can break down language barriers between Indian innovators in cultural production and their potential audiences around the world
Budget made for capital expenditure must increase if India is to keep pace with China's rising military might. India’s tumultuous and volatile strategic environment showed no signs of abating in intensity. New Delhi continues to face a two-front challenge from both of its primary foes, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and Pakistan, notwithstanding the latter’s recent conciliatory overtures, which are only a smokescreen to tide over its dire economic vulnerabilities.
The global cleavage on climate change is essentially between those that have grown rich enough to be climate-resilient and those that are not. The way to bridge this gap is not to set up any Loss and Damage Fund, but to spend any money that the rich countries have to spare on sucking carbon dioxide (CO2) out of the atmosphere.