Subimal Bhattacharjee
click
English   |   Bangla

The author is is a globally recognised commentator on cyberspace issues and former country head of General Dynamics.

SCI-TECH

 |   7-minute read

Six reasons tech will be a major trend in 2021

We can expect 2021 to be revolutionary with respect to innovation and growth in the internet-enabled technologies.

VARIETY

 |   6-minute read

Why it is time to regulate online gaming and fantasy sports in India

Online games are disguised as fantasy gaming, but in reality, they are betting games with a predominant element of chance.

VARIETY

 |   6-minute read

Why India-Japan strategic cooperation is growing

The Indo-Japan strategic partnership that has blossomed over the last decade will play a key role in the future geopolitical developments in the region.

SCI-TECH

 |   5-minute read

TikTok: US explores, India's ban continues

The US is working towards taking advantage of TikTok’s popularity but the Indian government is still continuing its ban on the app that has been a platform where many young talents mushroomed.

VARIETY

 |   6-minute read

Why UGC needs to take strict action against pay-and-publish journals

UGC's move to curb dubious publications was much needed to stop the menace of the prolific volume of research articles published in predatory journals.

VARIETY

 |   7-minute read

Jio, Google For India: Why incoming digital investments promise us a pole position in global markets

What is noteworthy here is that not just tech giants, but also major venture capital firms have made a beeline for investment opportunities in India.

VARIETY

 |   5-minute read

How long will the clock tick for TikTok?

Across the world, there have been concerns raised over security and transparency of Chinese apps like TikTok.

VARIETY

 |   7-minute read

10 crore downloads for Aarogya Setu app: Success vs concerns

The Aarogya Setu app will be an important avenue for ensuring physical distancing and its enforcement in the days to come.

VARIETY

 |   5-minute read

Why social-media admins cannot be penalised for sharing newspaper PDFs

Recent news reports had said that INS had warned social media group administrators of legal action for allowing circulation of e-paper PDFs on social media.

VARIETY

 |   4-minute read

What privacy means in times of Covid-19

From the list of Tablighi Jamaat attendees shared on social media to the digital surveillance of employees working from home, the risk of privacy violations is increasing.