Author Archives: Tarun Rattan

Book Review – Promised Land by Barack Obama

  Barack Obama sees his elevation to the highest post of US president as a logical conclusion to the black minority struggle for legitimacy and equality within US. That is the reason he picked the title of his memoirs from … Continue reading

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European Commission proposes a trusted and secure Digital Identity for all Europeans

https://ec.europa.eu/commission/presscorner/detail/en/ip_21_2663 The Commission today proposed a framework for a European Digital Identity which will be available to all EU citizens, residents, and businesses in the EU. Citizens will be able to prove their identity and share electronic documents from their … Continue reading

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Why the Bitcoin Crash Was a Big Win for Cryptocurrencies – Bloomberg

Under extreme stress, the decentralized finance system worked as designed. — Read on http://www.bloomberg.com/opinion/articles/2021-05-20/why-the-bitcoin-crash-was-a-big-win-for-cryptocurrencies

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Bitcoin price drops below $40,000 reaching 14-week low

Bitcoin’s price has dropped below $40,000 for the first time since February 9. Meanwhile, ether has slumped below $3,000.— Read on http://www.theblockcrypto.com/linked/105282/bitcoin-btc-40000-14-week-low

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Wealthy Clients of Wells Fargo Will Soon Be Able to Buy Bitcoin – Decrypt

Wells Fargo has hinted that they are at the final stages of launching “a professionally managed solution” for crypto investing.— Read on decrypt.co/71370/wealthy-clients-wells-fargo-will-soon-be-able-buy-bitcoin

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4 Degrees of Human Speech

As the information age gains momentum, the most primitive level–the spoken and written word–is drowning out the higher, subtle tongues.— Read on yogainternational.com/article/view/4-degrees-of-human-speech According to the Vedas, there are four degrees of human speech. As the information age gathers momentum, … Continue reading

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Covid-19 and Politics of Funeral Pyres

Covid-19 has clutched hard on humanity’s lungs since almost 2 years now. The virus has spread its deadly tentacles across the globe shattering the fragile lives in countries as far apart as China, Italy, Brazil, US, India and countless others. … Continue reading

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Serving Sanskrit, Serving Humanity: The Story of Martin Gluckman – Center for Soft Power

Serving Sanskrit, Serving Humanity: The Story of Martin Gluckman – Center for Soft Power— Read on http://www.softpowermag.com/serving-sanskrit-serving-humanity-the-story-of-martin-gluckman/ Martin Gluckman’s Sanskrit dictionary (www.sanskritdictionary.com) created by the Sanskrit Research Institute has had 1,564,823 visitors searching for 975,621 words from 207 countries. Some of … Continue reading

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Scrum – An Overview

Humans are thought to be social animals but of a special kind. We love to meet people, talk to them, have fun with them but somehow, we don’t get along and work together as a group. It doesn’t matter whether … Continue reading

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