Skip to main content


Showing posts from November, 2021

Why Everyone is Talking About 5G?

    Why Everyone is Talking About 5G? ~Adhish Nambiar, X th , Abhinav Vidyalay Nowadays everyone is very curious as well as excited about the 5G network in India, as it is yet to launch. In this article, you will get to know everything about the 5G network. What is 5G? 5G is the next generation (5th generation) of the network after 4G. 5G not only helps to connect us to the internet, but it will also help to virtually connect many other things, like machines. 5G will offer up to 100 times faster and smoother connectivity than the previous generations’ networks. It will have faster connectivity, ultra-low   latency , and a very large amount of bandwidth. This technology can open the gateway to all the futuristic things that we used to think about, like controlling vehicles remotely, cloud gaming on mobiles, etc. How is 5G unique? Now everyone is thinking about how 5G is unique or different from all the previous generation networks. 4G provides high data speed, but it has a higher latenc

Let's Run With Our "Strings Attached"!

  Let's Run With Our "Strings Attached"! ~ By Navneet Iyer (Std X , Abhinav Vidyalay) If you are into fitness and love to exercise, then you will have a workout playlist full of high beat songs which help you get in the zone. I bet you that not one of those songs in your playlist will be of the Carnatic genre. Violinist Kumaresh R and veena artist Jayanthi Kumaresh are here to change that with their new album, Run with SA (Strings Attached).  Carnatic music is a genre of music that is usually made up of slow beats and is soft to our ears. It is not suitable for listening when we do intense exercises or running. But Kumaresh R and Jayanthi Kumaresh are here to change that with their newly released 5-track album of Carnatic songs which are just perfect for our workouts. They have mixed Carnatic ragas with modern electronic beats to create songs for fitness buffs who love Carnatic music.   They had this idea struck their wonderful minds while walking in a garden when they sa

Are Self-Driving Cars Taking Over Humans?

- Arya Dharmadhikari(Std X, Abhinav Vidyalay) The 21st century has played an important role in the advancement of technologies. This development has even revolutionized the Automobile industry. We have developed from fuel-efficient vehicles to Hybrids and EVs and now we are enhancing self-driving vehicles. Tesla, Waymo, Volvo, GM, BMW, Mercedes are among the few companies that have started testing self-driving cars. The leading among them is Waymo, which has developed level 4 autonomy which we will discuss in the next section. So before reaching levels of autonomy we should understand what self-driving cars are and why we require them. What is a self-driving car? A self-driving car (also called an autonomous vehicle) is a car that is competent in driving itself without any human intervention. The car has sensors, cameras, lasers, radars, GPS, LIDAR through which the Artificial Intelligence senses the surrounding environment, this helps the car to navigate on its path and to detect sig

Gray money vs Dark money

There are two kinds of black money. 1. Wealth that is hidden from the tax authorities by people who work hard but find the taxation too steep. Let's call this Gray money. 2. Wealth gained illegally by means of coercion, distortion of laws, supply of illegal services, inflation of bills etc. Let's call this Dark money. While Gray money is accumulated by traders, dark money is hoarded by people who pose as traders but in reality are either crooks or politicians or the various kinds of political power brokers. While the gray money is a rejection of the legal system, dark money is a rejection of the moral system of wealth.  While Gray money is used to sustain business and is therefore a driver of economy, dark money is often public money being siphoned off to feather a few nests and thus is lost from the economy. The question arises: Are both monies equally evil? Do both deserve the same penalty?  As a common man would have, Yes! However, the same common man cries against #taxation

MSP - Minimum Support Price

                                                                                                  -   Diya Mulik (std. X Abhinav Vidyalay)     In 1960 Minimum support price was introduced by our Government because Indians faced many problems of food storage due to there being a drought for multiple years. This policy was very helpful for our farmers, this policy was designed to maintain stocks of food, and the government also provided price support to our farmers. The MSP was made for various commodities and the rates of grain were also turned into a minimum price for those who cannot afford it.   In our agriculture price policy when the MSP was declared for the first time from various objectives, one of them was Minimum support price which became an important function of our agriculture price policy. The objective of the minimum support price is to ensure the price of farmers who grew the crops and give higher investment and production. The objective of MSP is also to bring suf