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The Indian electronics and hardware, as stated in an ASSOCHAM, Ernst & Young (E&Y) study expected to show a growth of US$ 130 billion by 2018, with nearly 16 percent CAGR. The several impacting factors underpinning this growth include, government initiatives like Smart Cities, Digital India, e-governance programmes, wider broadband connectivity, in combination with government propelled policy and incentive boosts. In addition, the local demand has seen a rapid increase with extensive high-end technology devices invasion, as well as technology-driven transformation (for example, 4G/LTE networks). 

Every scientific innovation is result of a fictional concept that was considered as pure magic in past. Take mobile phones, for example, it is a common part of our lives now, but ask someone who was there 50 years back, a device like this existed nowhere else then their biggest fantasies. So, it got me to a question - what can be the biggest fantasy for medical world? There were several ideas that came to my mind but than the James Cameron’s masterpiece “Avatar” caught our attention. 


Whoever said “sky is the limit”, was clearly not dreaming big enough as proved by this tremendous pillar of space tourism. The idea was planted in man’s mind when the historic Apollo 11 rocket took Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin and to the moon inJune, 1969. He immediately grew an obsession to explore space up to a depth which was previously thought inexistent. He then sent the satellite, “voyager” which has now already crossed the boundary of our solar system (entered the oort cloud) late last year, after 35 years of journey. Since then, few people have gone into space to attain the privilege of being called “Astronaut”. To become an astronaut, one has to have outstanding credentials, tons of experienceand rigorous training to adapt to extreme conditions in space.