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Article Adobe project in India to deliver timely govt services
Adobe project helps reduce essential government services time from days to minutes for millions of villagers in India.
Article TERI report envisions a green e-India
ICT can play a crucial role in reducing India’s energy requirements by encouraging environment-friendly practices for rapid growth, says a recent report by TERI and NASSCOM.
Article E-mails, SMSes to expedite identity number delivery
Unique Identification Authority of India is all set to dispatch Aadhaar numbers (UIDAI numbers) to people through SMSes and emails before sending it by post to prevent delay in distribution of the Aadhaar cards.
Article Microsoft to provide eGov solutions for Indian states
Indian states of Himachal Pradesh and Uttaranchal may soon benefit from e-governance solutions provided by software giant Microsoft. These solutions are pioneering the low-cost cloud computing mechanism to be employed for e-governance plans in India.
Article Bihar launches e-Kisan Bhawans
Government of Bihar has set up e-Kisan Bhawans at block levels to integrate the state’s agricultural sector into the world wide web. These bhawans (buildings) will act as information and advisory centres for framers.
Article Indian state rolls out e-Sanchar for better governance
A MoU has been signed between the Rajasthan Government and OneWorld Foundation-India launching e-SANCHAR, an innovative e-governance application that will bring real benefits of social sector programmes to the poor segments of society. It integrates mobile/telephony network with ICT to enable real time information from text to voice mode.
Article E-governance awards announced for 2009-10
National e-governance awards in seven categories were announced by India yesterday. These awards are based on the theme ‘Citizen’s perspective.’
Article Taking e-governance to rural areas
With computerisation of local governing bodies, e-governance in India is likely to take deep roots. If central government accepts the recommendations submitted by an expert group, some 250,000 panchayats will go online over next three years, benefiting grassroots organisations and bringing in transparency.
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