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Mobile Government - Opportunity to deliver public services to Rural Masses!
Welcome to the current edition of Government @ 24 / 7, your fortnightly source of information on new media technologies for delivery of public services. The inclusion of mobile technologies in the national e-Government strategies is easier for the developing countries like India as they have just started rolling out the services.
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Volume2, Issue4 1-15 March 2008
Mobile Government Observatory
Governance Stakeholders Forum
Editorial Advisory Board
R.Chandrashekhar, Additional Secretary, Government of India on potential of mobile and wireless technologies for delivery of public services under National e-Governance Plan...
Project for People
Moblin.org - Open source project focused on the development of Linux for Intel-based devices...
2nd Connecting Rural Communities Asia Forum 2008...
Documents & Reports
White paper - Streamlining Government services with mobile and wireless applications...
GSMA Chairmanís Award 2008 presented to Indiaís Sunil Bharti Mittal
Sunil Bharti Mittal, Founder, Chairman and Group CEO of Indiaís Bharti Enterprises was presented with the GSMA Chairmanís Award on 12th February 2008. The award is GSM Associationís most prestigious honour..
Leading Operators Work Together To Measure Mobile Advertising
GSMA & UK operators to form a working group to define common metrics and measurement processes for mobile advertising as part of the GSMAís Mobile Advertising Programme
Excise duty increase by government of India makes mobile phones costlier, telecom players unhappy
Mobile phones are set to get costlier by 4-5% as the finance minister, P Chidambaram on Friday announced imposition of a 1% excise duty on all handsets with immediate effect..
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