Ubiquity (noun): The fact of appearing everywhere or of being very common. (हर जगह पर होना)
Synonyms: Omnipresence, Pervasiveness, Prevalence, Universality
Antonyms: Localized, Contained, Restricted, Parochial
Example: The ubiquity of mobile phones means you don’t really need a watch.
The tenet here appears clear enough, but it’s today muddled by the ubiquity of shareholdings by judges and judges’ relatives — Mr. Sedley cites the example of a 1980 appeal against Shell and BP in which “the registrar of civil appeals was unable to assemble three judges who had no shares in either defendant.”