Muqbil Ahmar

Muqbil Ahmar writes on culture and poetry. He is a writer and theater activist, who wants to bring about harmony and amicability in the present day society. Music, poetry and good food are his passions.

Latest Articles By Muqbil Ahmar

AI Solutions Need Initial Big Investments and Innovation to be Successful

Though a number of Indian tech startups as well as established players have started providing AI tools and solutions, they are not of high quality.

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Made in India: E-Raaja, India's first 100% locally made green E-Rickshaw Launched

These e-vehicles, under the brand name E-Raaja, are priced in the range of Rs 1.25 to 1.5 lakh.

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Big Data-Driven Medical Apps Helps Doctors Coordinate Globally

The technology will be helpful in such settings as it will make redundant the need to transport patients from one healthcare center to another.

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Gender Pay Gap in India: Time to Bridge It Up

Besides unequal payment, women suffer from unequal representation—women constitute half of the Indian population—yet they account for one-fourth of labor force.

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Green Business: Indian Innovator Uses Renewable Energy for Novel Cooling System

The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) has identified such startups to nurture and encourage them and basically incubate the upcoming technologies

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Empowering India’s Women Entrepreneurs Through Crowd-Funded Microfinance

A year back, 20 random social microinvestors came together and pooled in Rs 15,000 to support these women and thus created social impact.

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AI Can Help Indian Tech Startups and Industry Streamline Processes

The data tsunami is fuelled by millions of interconnected devices as part of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

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Dark Days for Telecom Ahead- What to Expect?

Media companies could be next in line as telecom operators make a kill to control content offerings as well. This is just the start of a paradigm shift in India’s telecom industry.

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Mother of All Layoffs Idea–Vodafone Merger May Lead to 10K Job Cuts

India’s Telecom Sector is in doubtful times. Several experts as well as executives also feel that massive job losses would be inevitable after telecom operators go for merging operations to streamline businesses in order to cut down costs and minimize redundancy.

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Why is India Behind Its Neighbours in Happiness Index?

The ranking, based on gross domestic product (GDP), healthy life expectancy, and a four-factor global survey, also takes a global survey into account in which interviewees score social support that they can count on if they hit a bad patch from 1 to 10.

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