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CDN: Another Example of Customerization

As the density of websites is on the rise and web-based content is going increasingly rich, pressure is mounting on (Inter)networking companies to come...

Gandhi to Leone – India Making Swift Transition

Gandhi to Leone – we have come a long way in a single day. We wave flag with a Gandhi cap during the day,...

IT Trend Now – Standardisation and Open Source

When we look at the progress and industry-trend in IT sector, it reminds us of the happenings in Automobile industry in the early part...

Brexit – Beyond Britain and the Whole of Europe

The democratic and independent-minded British decided to honour their own currency, own trade, and above all, their own border. In fact, 23 June 2016...

A Photo-journey through Peru

When Francis asked me whether we would like to see his Album from Peru, I thought it will be his pics with his wife,...

A New Normal in Public Discourses

I was listening to an activist in the UK's far-right party. I was surprised by her indifference to some gentle interventions during the debate,...

Ceremonial Justice of Victory

As I am looking at the broader happenings of today’s international socio-political arena, I am getting increasingly sure that things are happening for worse. With...

The Asocial Networking by Dhiraj Kumar: Book Review

A significant change in our individual and social behaviors has taken place due to different social networking websites and the larger affinity...

An Unfortunate Political Regime in Our Neighbourhood

Pakistan has been notoriously peace agnostic since its inception. It has adopted guerrilla warfare against its neighbours, outrageous religious doctrine against its...

Is Web 2.0 Web 2 down Zero?

When I delve deep into the interplay of technological efforts and babelian disparities among technology vendors, it looks a chaotic transition of the state...

Selected Articles

Annual Reviews

2017 – A Year of Regressive Continuity

The year sneaked in when the world was confronted with many difficult questions about citizenship and national orthodoxy in the face of rapid globalization,...