Make in India: How government-owned C-DOT designed the core network architecture of 5G

The Government of India’s Aatmanirbhar Bharat and Make in India call isn’t just restricted to corporates, SMEs and start-ups. Interestingly, the Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT), an independent Indian Government owned telecommunications technology development centre, has taken the task seriously. Competing against the world’s leading telecom equipment manufacturers, C-DOT has indigenously designed and developed … Read more

How the far-right got out of the doghouse – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article European far-right politicians just stormed to victory in Italy, after achieving historic results in France and Sweden. “Everywhere in Europe, people aspire to take their destiny back into their own hands!” said Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s far-right National Rally Party.  But if you think there … Read more

Nine Central, East Europe NATO countries condemn Russia annexations – POLITICO

The presidents of nine NATO countries in central and eastern Europe declared on Sunday that they would never recognize the annexation by Russia of several Ukrainian regions. Hungary and Bulgaria were conspicuously absent from the signatories. In a joint statement, the leaders also supported a path to NATO membership for Ukraine. The nine leaders demanded … Read more

Nine Central, East Europe NATO countries condemn Russia annexations – POLITICO

The presidents of nine NATO countries in central and eastern Europe declared on Sunday that they would never recognize the annexation by Russia of several Ukrainian regions. Hungary and Bulgaria were conspicuously absent from the signatories. In a joint statement, the leaders also supported a path to NATO membership for Ukraine. The nine leaders demanded … Read more

4th leak reported on Nord Stream pipelines in Baltic Sea

STOCKHOLM — A fourth leak on the Nord Stream pipelines has been reported off southern Sweden, the Swedish news agency said Thursday. Sweden’s coast guards told news agency TT that they have a vessel on the site of the leak, off Sweden. All four detected leaks are in international waters, two near Sweden and two … Read more

EU aims for Israel reboot with summit – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article The EU is seeking to reset its often testy relationship with Israel next week, convening a summit on Monday of senior political figures for the first time in a decade.  The meeting format, known as the EU-Israel Association Council, has essentially been dormant since 2013, when Israel canceled … Read more

Huge Nord Stream pipeline leaks could be sabotage, says Danish PM – POLITICO

Sabotage cannot be ruled out as the cause of three leaks detected on two Russia-to-Germany Nord Stream gas pipelines, Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said on Tuesday. “We certainly cannot rule it out,” she said while on a visit to Poland to open the new Baltic Pipe linking Poland and Denmark with Norway’s offshore gas … Read more

Official Trailer for ‘The Playlist’ Sensationalizing the Creation of Spotify

Official Trailer for ‘The Playlist’ Sensationalizing the Creation of Spotify by Alex Billington September 27, 2022Source: YouTube “Shut them down or we won’t have an industry.” Netflix has revealed the first official trailer for the mini-series The Playlist, arriving this October. This is pretty much The Social Network but about the creation of Spotify, following … Read more

Europe’s right wing cheers Meloni’s win in Italy, as others look on nervously – POLITICO

Europe’s right wing is cheering Giorgia Meloni’s projected win in Italy’s election. Everyone else is looking anxiously at what happens next. Meloni is set to lead Italy’s most right-wing government since Benito Mussolini after the coalition led by her Brothers of Italy party won around 44 percent of the vote on Sunday. On Monday morning, … Read more

When will Europe learn to defend itself? – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article PARIS/BERLIN — Thirty years after the horrors of the Balkan wars laid bare Western Europe’s incapacity to deal with conflict on European soil, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is demonstrating how little has changed. As Yugoslavia started to break apart in 1991, it fell to the Luxembourgish Foreign Minister … Read more