Cuisine

Cuisine refers to how a food is being cooked and the quality or skills involved. Different regions have their own way or style of cooking, and therefore cuisines across the globe are not the same. Generally, a cuisine belonging to a particular region is reflective of the place’s food culture, or what the local people […]

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Audiophile

An audiophile is a music/audio listener who is immensely critical about the sound coming out from a headphone or speaker. Audiophiles are very particular about consuming the most unadulterated, purest sound possible. They don’t listen to music to kill time, but to recreate an audio listening experience that’s akin to a music recording session or live theater performance. Any self-claimed audiophile […]

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Section 144 (Indian Penal Code)

Section 144 is a Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) law that bans five or more individuals from publicly congregating in a region where the law has been imposed. Being in possession of weapons or indulging in any form of hooliganism is also prohibited. People who violate the law could be booked on charges of rioting (a bailable […]

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Mobile Radio Telephone

Mobile radio telephone is a wireless communication system that existed before modern cellular communication could happen. Called 0G or pre cellular, mobile radio telephone preceded 1G – the first generation of wireless communication technology. The pre cellular generation was based on half-duplex communication, which means people couldn’t talk simultaneously on the phone. When one person […]

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Global System for Mobile communication (GSM)

Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) is a cellular communication standard used in most parts of the world to make voice calls and use Short Message Service (SMS). Based on the Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) method, GSM is a 2G standard that competes with CDMA One that’s based on another mobile radio access method […]

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