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Ya'll Nibbiars ever heard of the Bharat OS.
It's a debian based distro. Don't know who will use that lol, people would rather install debian itself. Btw I use Gentoo.
BOSS is developed by CDAC, it comes pre-installed in Govt (state and central) laptops. as far as i know govt offices avoid microsoft unless there is a special sanction for purchasing the license officially.
No lol. All govt computers use Windows. As for laptops, it's either windows or macOS. 99.99% of general public are incapable of daily driving linux.
 
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Physx32

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Ya'll Nibbiars Linux base don't have a support of the commercial firms behind them and no Govermebt supports.
Linux is the most popular OS on the world lol. Everything from servers, supercomputer to your smart fridge run linux. Only problem is that it's not popular as a desktop OS and is difficult to use for common people.
Ya'll Nibbiars the TAB version.

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This is an image of Gnome DE. According to Wikipedia, BOSS uses Cinnamon DE.
 

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And that is exactly what I say. If we starts exporting high technology stuff, there will not be a question of export hitting because of currency appreciation.
Unfortunately, India is not in the stage of exporting high technology stuff. Instead, she is still competing with countries like Vietnam for those low-end industries moving out of China. For these industries, customers are sensitive to the price. And exchange rate is the key factor of the price.

When we enter into the phase of high tech stuff manufacturing and export, the equation of " high exchange rate results into low export" doesn't hold good.
That won't happen in 20 years.
 

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It's a debian based distro. Don't know who will use that lol, people would rather install debian itself. Btw I use Gentoo.

No lol. All govt computers use Windows. As for laptops, it's either windows or macOS. 99.99% of general public are incapable of daily driving linux.
Linux isn't that hard the main problem is the software available on windows is superior nothing comes close to Microsoft office for example
 

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Unfortunately, India is not in the stage of exporting high technology stuff. Instead, she is still competing with countries like Vietnam for those low-end industries moving out of China. For these industries, customers are sensitive to the price. And exchange rate is the key factor of the price.



That won't happen in 20 years.
India is weak at labour intensive sectors especially, owing to stringent labour/environment laws. It punches above its weight in capital/ skill intensive sectors. Don't talk shit without knowing stuff; go do CCP simping instead. Choinese Exfart .....

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India is weak at labour intensive sectors especially, owing to stringent labour/environment laws.
Of course, I don't know what the stuff in your fansy world.

The reality in our world is: India is trying to get those low end industries shift away from China:

Govt promoting labour-intensive manufacturing in tourism and agro-based industries: Gangwar - The Economic Times (indiatimes.com)

It punches above its weight in capital/ skill intensive sectors.
So, is everyone importing technologies from India now?

Don't talk shit without knowing stuff; go do CCP simping instead. Choinese Exfart .....
Sorry for waking you up from your dream.
 

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Of course, I don't know what the stuff in your fansy world.

The reality in our world is: India is trying to get those low end industries shift away from China:

Govt promoting labour-intensive manufacturing in tourism and agro-based industries: Gangwar - The Economic Times (indiatimes.com)



So, is everyone importing technologies from India now?



Sorry for waking you up from your dream.
Are you really that dumb? Read what I wrote again; India is weak at labour intensive sectors and not the other way around.

What exactly is low end sector, eh?
IT services?
Fintech?
Automobiles?
Steel?
Pharmaceuticals?
Which one is it?

These are some the main levers of India's economy. This is a grand paradox that India does not do well in lanbour intensive sectors despite performing well in capital/ skill intensive sectors ,i.e., you wrote the exact opposite.

Unfortunately, India is not in the stage of exporting high technology stuff.



So, is everyone importing technologies from India now?
India's IT service exports are projected to be worth US$ 250 billion in FY 2021-22 and US$ 300 billion in FY 2022-23. That is why I told you not to shit here.

Choinese exfart ......

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Are you really that dumb? Read what I wrote again; India is weak at labour intensive sectors and not the other way around.

What exactly is low end sector, eh?
IT services?
Fintech?
Automobiles?
Steel?
Pharmaceuticals?
Which one is it?

These are some the main levers of India's economy. This is a grand paradox that India does not do well in lanbour intensive sectors despite performing well in capital/ skill intensive sectors ,i.e., you wrote the exact opposite.








India's IT service exports are projected to be worth US$ 250 billion in FY 2021-22 and US$ 300 billion in FY 2022-23. That is why I told you not to shit here.

Choinese exfart ......

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Good and fair article but didnt understand this line "India is far more urbanized than our official statistics show" what does this mean and how was this calculated?
 

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Missing millions: undercounting urbanization in India
 

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I once had to fabricate a plastic mold with a custom design and sourced for local industries to do it. None of the jokers had the ability to make what i want. Their cost and proposed timeline was tragic. In the end I got a chong factory to do it. It was literally cheaper and faster to get it imported from there then rely on the local factory. Sad state of affairs. This was 4 years back so things are likely still the same but this is one of the main reasons why our manufacturing sector remains primitive. Our companies dont have the capability or flexibility to cater to customer needs. This thing will only happen with government support and strong competition
What?
A Mold for a plastic part? made of Cast Iron?
Else what is a plastic Mold? What would you pore into plastic mold?
 

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It already was number one, recent bloodbaths at the stock market made it 2nd rank globally.
Ya'll Nibbiars the Accenture is a outsourcing firm not just a IT.
 

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Ya'll Nibbiars It sector is as old as computer and here means by the Mechanical Computers. The Data manipulate is now days more easy.
 

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