Major states of India have relaxed labor laws.

I am not writing from labor perspective much. I am writing from perspective of good steady manufacturing of why this is a bad move.

Diluting labor laws is a bad move for manufacturing. Lower labor costs are a plus for an investor…


India’s problem is not BJP or naxalites or congressis. It is Indianness. It permeates all groups in form of dishonesty,inability to think for oneself, emotion based response instead of fact or truth based response, terrorism especially in large masses, hierarchy and salve mentality. Only when people break out of this…


Facebook algorithms are really screwed up or they are suddenly doing a social experiment on me. The video suggestions are Bollywood songs and Hindu Bhajans — not my cup of tea. Religion first — My father is atheist, mom used to be agnostic but spiritual, who occasionally, once a year…


I has a weird morning dream. By the way, the premise of this article and attempted humor during half asleep dream is that two men walk in a bar. In this case, Uncle Sam and uncle Joe Stalin. Uncle Joe, with twisted arm and twisted brain, asks Uncle Sam, does…


I have been thinking of a social media, which works on various formats, taking the best of all out there and discarding what is not desirable. I have been thinking of it for women and children’s safety but today when it hit me that we can do something about environment…


The small HIV insertion of others, do not point to lab design. A study in Nature Medicine assures of that and is sound but is also no proof of lack of design. It seems logical that it is a zoonotic infection but also belittling Luc Montagnier is silly. Luc’s claim…


Wittily names Turing Church, after Church-Turing hypothesis, puts forward an interesting vision. That vision is set in civilization temporally far-far away. It talks of spooky stuff of quantum entanglement and time travel, nothing impossible but currently far from possible. Copying individuals from past sounds like a great fantasy. Most amazing science also starts with good fantasy. It will need several things, including intelligence beyond human. Who knows where we will go with AI but for sure can make the immediate crises of COVID19 shorter.

http://turingchurch.com/2015/12/31/everything-that-rises-modern-cosmism-featured-in-harpers-magazine/


by Ronit bhattacharjee and Sukant Khurana

Preprint servers are changing research and peer review. Here is a brief list of 7 of the common servers, which are currently relevant to what we do, and hence we are sharing with anyone, as educational resource. If you have not used a pre-print…


India should study and ban dangerous pesticides, such as chlorpyrifos and impose similar standards, as Western countries.

Kanchana Ganga and Sukant Khurana

Insecticides are a necessity of current modern agriculture. We think, insecticide demands can be drastically reduced with use of drones but until there is a new revolution in…


by Sigma Jena and Sukant Khurana

Mitochondria is called as the power houses of the cell. Mitochondria is absent in prokaryotes and anaerobic eukaryotes. The term mitochondria was coined by Benda in 1898.

Mitochondria, were first discovered in 1857 by physiologist Albert von Kolliker, and later coined “bioblasts” (life germs) by Richard Altman in 1886. The organelles were then renamed “mitochondria” by Carl Benda twelve years later.

Mitochondria are surrounded by double membrane layered, outer and inner, separated by inner membrane space. The inner…

Sukant Khurana

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