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BGP (Border Gateway Protocol): Empowering Global Routing for a Connected World!

BGP (Border Gateway Protocol): Empowering Global Routing for a Connected World!

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) stands as the cornerstone of the internet, enabling the seamless transmission of information across networks worldwide.
Border Gateway Protocol, commonly referred to as BGP, is an exterior gateway protocol that facilitates the exchange of routing and reachability information between different autonomous systems (AS) on the internet. AS are individual networks or organizations that have control over their routing policies.
BGP operates at the Internet Layer (Layer 3) of the TCP/IP protocol suite and uses a sophisticated routing algorithm to determine the best path for data packets to reach their destination. It establishes and maintains connections with neighboring routers, exchanging routing information and network reachability updates.

Economic Justice, Digital Divide and Rural India

Economic Justice, Digital Divide and Rural India

What is Economic Justice?
Economic justice is the idea that the economy will be more successful if it is fairer, and that prosperity and justice go hand-in-hand rather than in opposition to one another.The goal is to create opportunities for all to thrive.
The idea strives to eliminate the inequality created by capitalism by creating equal opportunities for all members of the economy. Proponents argue that giving everyone a chance to earn a decent, fair income is good for the economy, as putting more money in pockets leads to greater spending on goods and services.
The digital divide is a term that refers to the gap between demographics and regions that have access to modern information and communications technology (ICT), and those that don’t or have restricted access. This technology can include the telephone, television, personal computers and internet connectivity.
To alleviate poverty and misery from this country – we have to ensure equal opportunity to access information for all. This means, connecting every last village with broadband Internet access. 

We are one of the youngest countries in the world with tremendous potential to not just uplift ourselves but to also raise the standards for this entire sub-continent. We rise despite our government, not because of it.

Digital Divide in India: Causes, Consequences and Solutions

Digital Divide in India: Causes, Consequences and Solutions

The digital divide is the gap between those who have access to and use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) such as the internet and mobile phones, and those who do not. The digital divide can have significant implications for social and economic development, as well as for individual empowerment and participation.

In this blog post, we will explore the digital divide in India, one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing online markets, but also one of the most unequal and diverse. We will look at the causes, consequences and solutions of the digital divide in India, based on various sources of data and research.

Digital India, Internet Shutdowns, and How They Affect Rural and Marginalized Communities

Digital India, Internet Shutdowns, and How They Affect Rural and Marginalized Communities

Digital India is an Indian government initiative aimed at transforming the country into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. It focuses on bridging the digital divide, promoting e-governance, and fostering digital literacy. However, alongside the progress made, India has faced challenges in the form of internet shutdowns, which raise concerns about freedom of expression and access to information.

These shutdowns have become a contentious issue in India, with the government ordering the suspension of internet services in certain regions or during specific events. Supporters argue they are necessary for security and public safety, while critics see them as violating citizens’ rights, hindering communication, and impeding economic activities. This debate highlights the delicate balance between security and democratic values in the context of Digital India.

How Can Women’s Access to the Internet Help Us Achieve Gender Equality?

How Can Women’s Access to the Internet Help Us Achieve Gender Equality?

Internet access enables women to access education, employment, and entrepreneurial opportunities. It provides them with information, awareness, and support on critical issues. Women can connect with others, foster social networks, and engage in civic participation. The internet empowers women to make informed decisions, pursue personal development, and access essential services.