It refers to media-reports about fixing an atomic watch in space to regulate time accurately in all parts of the world! But before fixing any such watch, metric unit of time should be introduced globally with a complete day divided in 10 metric hours instead of present 24 hours. Each metric hour may have 100 metric minutes with a metric minute having 100 metric seconds thereby making a complete day of 100000 metric seconds instead of present 86400 seconds.
Except India and few other countries like Nepal, most global countries have their time-zones separated from standard GMT time in fraction of an hour. International authorities regulating time should rather make it compulsory for all nations to adopt uniform practice of having their time-zones deviating from standard GMT time in multiples of one complete hour only. For example, India has its time-zone of GMT+5.30 hours which should be changed to GMT+6 hours. Even different time-zones for summer and winter in a country should also not be allowed.