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Decentralization of IT

Today Information Technology is not just a wealth creation tool for India. As we see, the contributors to it are from the diverse linguistic and geographical regions, it is flowing through the veins of nation. And that is why the more and more overseas companies are coming here. I said people from diverse background are contributing to it, but I am very sad to say IT has not reached to the geographically remote locations. As we know, IT can grow independent of the accessibility (in geographical sense), it should have reached to the at least district places. In simple language, 'the fruits of the IT have reached to the villages but not the trees of fruits'. Government is trying in that direction but many questions about the basic infrastructure are unattained. Take an example of an organization in Aurangabad, Maharashtra , two years back a software company faced a great loss just because of the unstable electricity in the region. IT don't need the abundant highways like the…

MY comment on globalization...

Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (two of the Earth's greatest peacemakers) have taught us through their lives and sacrifices how to be GREAT. If any nation truly wants to be great then it should be characterized in their goals of service to other nations. It will be great when globalisation is more influenced by Gandhi and King. Here is a powerful quote to so you how much Dr. King thought of Gandhi:
"Peace is the sweeter music.
A cosmic melody far superior
to the discords of war...
Gandhi was inevitable.
If humanity is to progress,
Gandhi is inescapable.
He lived, thought and acted,
inspired by the vision
of humanity evolving toward
a world of peace and harmony.
We may ignore Gandhi at our own risk."
--- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Peace and love,
Atlanta: City of Peace, Inc.

Dr. King stated it well when he said: "Not everybody can be famous. But everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service." Those of you who are history scholars may kno…

English to Hindi Machine Translation

Translating Languages ....
Revolutionizing Lives................!

India is linguistically rich nation with 22 national languages recognized by the constitution of India, of which Hindi is official Union Language. Besides these there are 844 different dialects that are practiced in various parts of the country. Being a developing nation India is in great need of information revolution for the inclusive growth of the society residing in geographically different areas and speaking different languages. Internet has broken the geographical barrier but the language barrier remains unanswered as only less than 10% of population speaks English. ‘MaTra2’ is an attempt to break the same barrier. This current version of Matra2 is a step towards the mission of Information Revolution to revolutionalize millions of lives in this nation. MaTra2 is a Fully-Automatic Indicative English-Hindi Machine Translation System. It translates the text in English into Hindi. Though the system is designed t…