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LyrArc brings in selected articles from many of the world's top publications.

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This report in The Mint gives information on the extensive preparation for 5G in India including auctioning of 5G spectrum for 51,236 Mhz that was allocated to telecom service providers for 150,000 crore rupees. Jio bid 88,000 crore for half of the spectrum with Airtel Bharti bidding with Vodafone for the rest. The cumulative economic impact on transformation of India is expected to be $450 billion for India by 2035, according to the Ministry of Communications. PM Modi will be shown three d ...
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PM Modi inaugurates 5G service in 13 cities in India. These cities are Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar, Pune, Delhi, Gurugram, Chandigarh, Jamnagar, Lucknow, Bengaluru, Chennai, Varanasi, and Kolkata. Other cities will be connected in the next few months and other parts of India in the next phase of 1 to 3 years. Jio's Akash Ambani and Mukesh Ambani took the leadership role in pioneering 4G in India. Jio is now playing a key role in pioneering the transformational technology of 5G t ...
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The launch of 5G is expected to impact every aspect of life in India and act as a transformational force. Mr. Modi said he is happy that school children from rural parts of India, part of a 1.3 billion population, are a part of  this rollout. Students he said were interacting with eminent scientists from the classroom using this technology. He emphasized 4 pillars - cost of device, digital connectivity, cost of data ,and the mindset of Digital First. 

The goal is inte ...
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This podcast in the SWI swissinfo.ch explains what the UN agency International Telecommunications Union is and why it is important. The ITU is responsible for governance of the world internet and broadcasting. It is based in Geneva, Switzerland. It is the oldest UN agency as it was founded in 1865 as the International Telegraph Union. The US Biden administration has nominated Doreen Bogdan-Martin to the key position of head of this important UN agency to maintain a free and open internet. D ...
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This report in DW.com shows how the rebuilding of the European Union supply chain is happening with shift of manufacturing from China to Vietnam and India. This report looks at how Danish companies are investing in Vietnam. EU trade with Vietnam is now $64 billion. 
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The role of the former Rhode Island governor Gina Raimondo, as Commerce Secretary. She pushed forward the CHIPS and Science Act through Congress securing votes from 17 Republicans and all except one Democrat in the House of Representatives. She is committed to moving fast on issues such as investments in America. Gina Raimondo believes that "the most important thing to do to compete with China is to invest in America." She says in an interview that America needs to dominate i ...
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Indian Foreign Minister Jaishankar visits Ahmedabad for the introduction of the new Gujarati language edition of his book, The India Way- Strategies for an Uncertain World. At the meeting to take questions on the Gujarati edition at IIM Ahmedabad,  Jaishankar said India is now the fifth largest economy in the world. During the Nehru period it was the 20th largest economy in the world. It now has the capacity to take a leading part in world affairs. In a few years by 2030 India is ...
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About 19% or one in five do not have access to books at home in Britain, new research shows. A recent report shows 51% of parents find books just too expensive. The National Literacy Trust Report shows 64% of parents say the amount of money they have to spend on books has decreased. The findings are alarming as 1 in 13 children do not read at all, and only half of the children read daily. 

This has serious repercussions on children's futures- in school, in college ...
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Taiwanese disinformation prevention efforts include tracking down fake information sources, connecting with the government agencies, Google and Social media companies, and action making internet companies responsible for the information on their sites. Google has trained 110 people in Taiwan as part of this effort. Taiwan also places importance on the public getting trained to spot what is unlikely to be true and inconsistent.
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Apple's plans to make the new iPhone 14 in India. Its efforts to bring NPI or New Product Introduction processes to India so that new iPhones can be built in a short time. This would mean not replicating production processes existing in China but setting up new ones from scratch. About 95% of iPhones are made in China. Only about 7% in India by year end which Apple plans to increase to much higher levels by 2025, as some of the supply chain for Apple shifts to India from China. The ...
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The lack of a semiconductor strategy for Britain following the passage of the CHIPS and Science Act in the US is the subject of this report in The Times. Rene Haas of ARM Holdings, Cambridge based UK semiconductor company says the Biden CHIPS Act "makes a tonne of sense" and diversified supply chains are vital after the pandemic exposed the weakness of existing supply chains. He says he would like to see more R&D tax credits and incentives to bring skilled workers to the UK.
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American viewing habits are changing quickly. Streaming services and cable TV are now at the point where streaming has 34% of viewers and cable TV has 34% of viewers. Streaming is growing at the rate of 22% a year and cable TV is declining at 9% a year. Broadcast TV has 21% of viewers and is declining at 10% a year. Streaming services are You Tube, Reuters for news events and entertainment streaming is done by Netflix, Apple TV and Amazon.

This means fewer and fewer viewer ...
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In this WSJ report a top American Defense Department official before resigning says- "I have no problem with feeding China or trading with China. I have a problem with arming China." Advanced or sensitive manufacturing technology is still being approved for export to China says this report in WSJ, even as the US perceives this to be a national security threat. Experts say the Commerce Department report approval process needs overhaul and the US needs close coordination with the Eu ...
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