With 45 DAYS left for eGovWorld 2007 ,
international e-Government conference scheduled for November 29-30 in New Delhi,
India. we would like to thank all the members of the community for the overwhelming
response on the proposed agenda and registering for the conference.
The list of registered delegates is now available on the website under
registered user section. The conference is our annual event for taking
stock of the development in the e-Government domain and deliberate course for
future activities. We are pleased to inform that speakers from Ministry of
Communication and Information Technology, Government of India, The World Bank, UNDP and various industry players have kindly consented to participate in the two day deliberations.
The members of the community who have not yet registered for the conference are requested to register online at the
The seminar is being organized in partnership with e-GovWorld 2007 conference that will have more than 200 stakeholders from 15 countries participating during two day deliberations in New Delhi, India- fastest growing mobile market in the World.
British cellular giant Vodafone plans to spend $2 billion annually to make inroads into the rapidly growing Indian telecom market, Chief Executive Arun Sarin said last week.
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