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    Ministers celebrating $2.9bn exports but avoid reporting $7.85bn imports, trade deficit at about $5bn in moth of Nov 2021.

    How is the finance minister responsible for growth in imports when we don't even produce enough agricultural products to cater to our own demand despite being an agricultural economy? surely one man is responsible for all the problems with our economy or is it a "yahoodi sazish" again.
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    Ministers celebrating $2.9bn exports but avoid reporting $7.85bn imports, trade deficit at about $5bn in moth of Nov 2021.

    He has a responsibility to make policies that impact export growth, how is he responsible for an increase in imports? both are totally independent of each other.
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    The 2nd Egypt Defence Exhibition EDEX-2021

    It is a workshare agreement between CATIC and PAC and doesn't correspond to capacity or capability within.
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    HAL Tejas | Updates, News & Discussions-[Thread 2]

    This large probe in the front really hampers the cockpit visibility.
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    Demise of Bangladesh cricket

    I think they would have a better chance of winning against Scotland and Namibia even Afghanistan. This grouping seems unfair.
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    Demise of Bangladesh cricket

    Uneven grouping? Group 1 seems to be stronger wrt teams than group 2
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    ‘Gone too far’: Meet the Dutch chips giant that Silicon Valley loves and Biden fears

    First of all, we don't have a desire to reinvent the wheel just to satisfy some egos or win an argument over the internet. It's in our national psyche to remain humble and thank God for any achievement. Secondly, we have access to fabs in china to meet the limited requirements of our industry...
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    ‘Gone too far’: Meet the Dutch chips giant that Silicon Valley loves and Biden fears

    India has been a ground for case studies of failures for quite some time and this is yet another example of a case study for new entrants to learn from before taking research from lab to a fab.
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    Pakistan Is Losing Too Many Soldiers In Counter Terrorism Operations

    One simply cannot win against guerrilla tactics from a position of strength. You have to let your guard down intentionally to lure them into the fight.
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    ‘Gone too far’: Meet the Dutch chips giant that Silicon Valley loves and Biden fears

    clockless processors only exist in fiction not reality. IC manufacturing is moving beyond 5nm and this lab of yours is producing um designs. I'm not sure what are we comparing here. miniaturizing a design is just one aspect reliability, power consumption, durability, and intrinsic delays are...
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    ‘Gone too far’: Meet the Dutch chips giant that Silicon Valley loves and Biden fears

    There was no point, to begin with. good for you. It should be on a large scale to justify the upfront cost or it will become another white elephant, a feather in the cap of the Make in India initiative, a case study on how to take baby steps before trying to walk and run with the competitors in...
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    ‘Gone too far’: Meet the Dutch chips giant that Silicon Valley loves and Biden fears

    About what clockless processors? OT: The article describes a novel method to fabricate chips? Obtaining results in the lab are one thing but employing it practically for large-scale manufacturing is a different ball game. Not every invention achieves that milestone.
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    Cutting edge Technology generated by the Islamic nations in the middle east

    I'm not interested in your Vedic non-sense you preach in the name of science.

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