Dilip Tripathi, a businessman from Lucknow, used his personal savings of Rs20 lakh to transform Hasuri Ausanpur into Digital Hasuri
For more than three-fourths of the population that is yet to be connected, the information superhighway is a long and winding road
India has neither looked at communication nor information as ‘private’. There is also little understanding of private life in India.
Equipped with MeraApp, which comes with information on government schemes, the SoochnaPreneurs serve their community with information and digital services
Internet has a lot to offer to tribes living in forests, as rural connectivity can ensure better access to government schemes, entitlements and rights
What makes us believe that Right to Privacy will not be restricted at the govt’s whims and fancies?
Use of a simple smartphone can ensure equitable access to facilities, challenging patriarchal insensitivity and facilitating gender equality
A few hours after today’s judgment, Union minister for information technology Ravi Shankar Prasad noted, “Even a fundamental right to privacy has limitations.” We are yet to see what these limitations will be.
It is time for India to restructure itself in order to offer skills and jobs of the future—a future where jobs aren’t only a source of income but also to create a peaceful, information-rich society
Colonising a country no longer requires its physical invasion with military strength