Five Technologies to Look Out For In the Coming Years

Technological advancement is an inevitable change. From sit-at-home food ordering to reaching the moon, from saving lives to artificially creating lives, the world has certainly come a long way. Technology that could only be imagined in science fiction has become a reality in the past decade. As the saying goes, imagination creates reality, and it…

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President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Visit to India Expected to boost the Bilateral Trade

The Kenyan economy remains dependent on the large, informal, and subsistence agriculture that accounts for over 30% of the GDP and nearly half of the total exports rate of the country. Horticulture contributes to the highest share of agricultural GDP (nearly 33%), followed by food crops (32 %), and industrial crops (17%). India, being Asia’s…

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Anti-trust Laws to Decide the Future of the Coatings Industry

Colors represent one of the biggest needs in today’s lifestyles and trends. For the construction industry, especially the decorative segment, it is not about only looks and personal interests but also the different protecting features. Due to the factors mentioned above, paints and coatings are in high demand for industrial, as well as consumer durables.…

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India’s Increasing Trade Engagement with Kenya

Summary India shares a long-trade history with Kenya, tracing back to the era of sea trade. India has actively contributed to the continuous progress achieved by Kenya since the historical period, by growing trade and investment partnerships. Furthermore, both the countries enjoy a bilateral partnership, with India being the largest trading partner for Kenya, with…

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VNA and PACS: The Answers to Effective Management of Exponentially Growing Healthcare Data

VNA Healthcare systems are generating more patient data than ever before. With the progression of diseases, the “data footprint” of each patient increases over time, thereby increasing the overall amount of data, which the appropriate bodies (mostly health care providers) must manage. Large amounts of data are inherently difficult to manage, but an abundance of…

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