Since the first Bitcoin was mined, a power struggle has emerged between centralized institutions to control the digital era’s most critical information; data. Projects such as Filecoin have helped support information redistribution through an asymmetrical flow by creating unique solutions that build upon a decentralized vision. Data is distributed through the human network and digital technology, and is owned by no one. Where is Filecoin rooted from? As we continue to consume large amounts of data, the importance of data storage is becoming a fundamental concern. With a daily data consumption of 1.145 trillion MB, we’ve become dependent on a neverending digital resource. Data we create and consume needs to be retried and withstand outside intervention.
India is evolving and developing space missions like Chandrayaan, Mangalyaan, PSLV, SSLV and more to be among the top Spacetech countries in the world. The global space market size is about $350 Billion of which India is holding out only 3%. The share of rocket launch service is 2%, the manufacturing of satellites is close to 5%, the share of space application services is 45% and ground equipment is 48%.
According to a survey by popular food delivery app, biryani was the most ordered food of the year gone by, and predictably so. Delivery outlets like Biryani By Kilo, Behrouz and Biryani Blues are bringing a range of biryanis to our doorstep. Biryani by kilo has launched its first dine-in outlet in Gurgaon, along with another delivery outlet (its fifth in the sub-city). The brand is also expanding in Mumbai, a new outlet just opened in Lower Parel. Here are our thoughts on some of the best-sellers of BBK.
Among the few things that are known to exist, outer space is unintelligible to humans despite having made some giant leap in the past 50 years. From the first step on the moon back in 1969 on the historic Apollo 11 mission to sending a rover to Mars, though a lot of mystery has been unveiled, it is still considered paltry with respect to what is out there.
It is a sunny Saturday morning in New Delhi, and spring has already started giving way to traces of summer. But in the Gurugram headquarters of the food start up Biryani by Kilo, the phone hasn’t stopped ringing with customers calling with their food deliveries orders for the day. “We survived the pandemic,” says Vishal Jindal, co-founder and co-CEO of Biryani by Kilo. “And dare I say, with flying colors,” he adds.
Mumbai-based Strom Motors, an electric vehicle start-up, has rolled out its flagship product, the Strom R3 as a personal mobility solution. The company plans to produce only a limited number of units of the three-wheeled vehicle this year. The company was founded in 2016 by Pratik Gupta and Jean-Luc Abaziou, with an aim to make car ownership economical and promote usage of EVs for daily use. The made-in-India for India vehicle is targeted at working professionals, fleet owners, and families looking for mobility within cities in a 10km radius.
The city-based Storm Motors founded in 2016 by Pratik Gupta and Jean-Luc Abaziou opened bookings four days ago for Delhi-NCR and Mumbai, where it plans to make the deliveries in the first phase, Gupta told. He said deliveries will begin by early 2022 and in the second phase, they will begin deliveries to other cities like Bengaluru and Pune on a priority basis as they got some bookings from those cities too.
Mohit Sharma, founder, Oye! Rickshaw, said, “Oye! Rickshaw impacts the real Bharat, enabling mobility for all. By introducing swapping, we are significantly reducing downtime of our e-rickshaws and thus adding more commute hours for customers and more money into the pockets of our driver-partners. This marks the beginning of a journey towards becoming a major connected electric vehicle player focused on mass micro mobility.”
Some optimistic forecasts predicted that Indians with their mighty immune systems that had been hardened by disease as well as their capacity for endurance thanks to scorching summers, would stop the virus in its tracks. As a precautionary measure, India had already banned incoming flights from the European Union, Turkey and the UK. Some states like Delhi had prohibited gatherings of more than fifty people. The government machinery had started to move on other fronts too.
The quest of creating a memorable Royal Dine in experience at the comfort of the home, Biryani by Kilo started its first delivery kitchen in Mumbai in 2018 and currently has 7 outlets across Mumbai at Andheri, Chembur, Powai, Malad, Khar, Thane & Lower Parel. This newest Lower Parel outlet launch in Mumbai creates a new destination to quench your biryani, Kebabs & Nizami cuisine cravings like never before. BBK is all set to captivate and charm the South Mumbai gourmands & connoisseurs.