Chip Technology

The recent Semicon India conference witnessed the Foxconn Chairman reaffirming the company’s commitment to India, pitching Taiwan as a trusted partner. With plans to establish semiconductor manufacturing plants in India, Foxconn’s potential investment could be a game-changer, propelling India towards becoming a chip-making hub. Mastering semiconductor chip technology is vital for India’s technological self-sufficiency and overall development. Global giants like Micron Technology are also rooting for India’s success in this field. Despite challenges, India must remain steadfast in its pursuit of indigenous chip technology, as it holds the key to empowering the nation’s growth and fostering a technologically self-reliant future.
Naveena Nair, Raipur

Pedestrian Safety

The rising incidents of pedestrian accidents highlight the urgent need to prioritize the safety of vulnerable groups, including children, the elderly, and marginalized communities. Implementing measures such as promoting the use of zebra crossings, underpasses, and foot overbridges, along with enhancing pedestrian infrastructure, can significantly reduce such accidents. Creating safer road environments and encouraging responsible road behavior will contribute to the safety of pedestrians. Instilling in each child a profound respect for human life is essential, as it lays the foundation for building a more compassionate and empathetic society, where pedestrian safety becomes a collective responsibility.
Shiv Kumar Mishra, Raipur

Restoring Hope

The people of Manipur are feeling abandoned, questioning their entitled protections under the Constitution. It is well within the prime minister’s mandate and power to bring peace to the state, as has been done for less significant reasons in other regions. Compensating the people for their losses is a crucial responsibility that lies with the government. In the hands of Modi, there is potential to address these concerns and restore hope to the people of Manipur through reparation rights and an earnest commitment to their well-being.
Jahangeer Shaikh, Mumbai

IIMs’ Autonomy Under Threat

In 2017, India’s prestigious Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) gained autonomy, earning global acclaim. However, a recent bill introduced to Parliament seeks to subject all intergovernmental bodies, including IIMs, back under government control. With government-nominated members dominating decision-making, the fear of interference looms, hindering institutional growth. To compete globally, the educational sphere must be free from government influence, similar to successful Chinese universities. The shift in policies over the past six years raises concerns about the government’s comprehension of academia. To uphold the reputation of these institutions, India must embrace liberalization while providing financial aid.
A Nawas, Kollam, Kerala


Central Chronicle is daily English Newspaper of Chhattisgarh. Central Chronicle has own website it is first news website in Chhattisgarh.

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