Digital India

‘Indian economy to become 100 percent digitised by 2020’

The Indian economy, which is currently 50 percent digitized, is expected to reach 100 percent by 2020, a top official said on Thursday,

Express IT Awards: Will push Digital India, says Ravi Shankar Prasad

Union communications and IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said on Friday that Digital India had been designed to bridge the divide between the haves and the have-nots.

Express IT Awards: Will push Digital India, says Ravi Shankar Prasad

Scaling up Digital India

A major part of the broadband roll-out could have been transferred to the private sector, like was done for mobile telephony, for much better results

Scaling up Digital India

Roadmap for sustainable growth

Dr Ajit Dangi, President and Chief Executive Officer, Danssen Consulting, outlines measures needed to ensure the Indian pharma industry’s continuous and accelerated growth

Sifting the trends into 2016

If the latest edition of the Antal Global Snapshot (AGS) on annual global hiring and firing trends is any indicator, hiring in India’s pharmaceutical industry is picking up and set to firm up in the next quarter

Strong PM, weak PMO

There is growing concern over the lack of clarity within the government, and outside, over the implementation of mega-schemes announced by PM Narendra Modi. The PMO appears to be failing to provide a clear direction.

Strong PM, weak PMO

Tuning the Digital India dream

This article is not for telecom technologists and experts, it is primarily for government policy-makers, regulators and laymen, and identifies the main reason for the poor performance of the ambitious Digital India initiative

Tuning the Digital India dream

Meet Imran Khan, the man PM Narendra Modi hailed in Wembley

mran Khan, a 34-year-old mathematics teacher, who shot into the limelight after Prime Minister Narendra Modi hailed him in his Wembley address on Friday for distributing 52 education apps for free, thanked the latter and said

Sam Pitroda says not Narendra Modi but Rajiv Gandhi started digital India

Noted technocrat Sam Pitroda, who is credited as the father of the nation's telecom revolution, today flayed Narendra Modi government for snatching away all the credit for the digital revolution started by Rajiv Gandhi, sayin

Three issues for Digital India to succeed

The three major issues that Digital India needs to consider include the responsibility of the big companies, evolving a policy framework in terms of digital electronics and platforms by the government and a focus on local man

Three issues for Digital India to succeed

Opinion: Cyber crimes could derail Digital India, open reporting mechanism crucial

As India gets going on various projects to connect the country including Digital India, cyber crime is emerging as a big threat area.

Opinion: Cyber crimes could derail Digital India, open reporting mechanism crucial

‘India fast becoming strategic target for cyber crooks’

India is fast becoming a strategic target for cyber-criminals due to the expected digitisation of potentially sensitive information through the high-profile projects such as Digital India, security solutions firm FireEye has

Flip-flop over Ankit Fadia as ‘Digital India’ ambassador

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's "Digital India" campaign has evoked yet another controversy -- this time over the appointment of a brand ambassador for the campaign.

Flip-flop over Ankit Fadia as ‘Digital India’ ambassador

Editorial: After the charm offensive

Delivering on Digital India, JAM, SEBs critical

After charm offensive, critical for PM Narendra Modi to deliver on Digital India, JAM, SEBs

One hundred billion dollars (Rs 6.6 lakh crore) for the solar mission, to generate 100 GW of solar power by 2022.

After charm offensive, critical for PM Narendra Modi to deliver on Digital India, JAM, SEBs
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