HP Inc Supports PM Modi’s ambitious ‘Digitial India Programme’


According to the published news, HP has decided to support the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious ‘Digitial India Programme‘. It will help to build the digital pillars for transforming India by providing the digital literacy with the help of Digital India initiatives.

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Digital India has outstripped China

Digital India has outstripped China

According to the report from a source it is said that India has outstripped China in terms of FDI, this is a limited view. Well this may be in a limited view as China’s gross FDI inflows are far higher than India’s. However, Digital India sectors attracting flow of foreign funds in big way. Emkay Global also reports that While FDI inflows into ‘Make in India’ industries have increased, the export focus of the campaign seems to have been diluted in favour of the Digital India sectors » Read more

Digital India project and Net Neutrality

Digital India project and Net Neutrality

Well, few months back we have seen a movement about net neutrality in India. Many have protested with the slogan Save the internet the movement is against the internet service provider and the government who tries to control the the internet users by giving limitations and other free features for those brands who pays to them. » Read more

Microsoft to bring low-cost broadband services in 500,000 villages across India

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Microsoft is showing its interest to become a partner of PM Narendra modi’s ambitious Digital India Programme. CEO Satya Nddella today said that it’s company will provide low cost broadband technology in five lakh villages across the country.

Last few months Digital India Programme was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi alongwith two new ambitious missions smart city mission and AMRUT cities mission.

During visiting Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Nadella said that Microsoft wants to make a good partnership with the Indian Government to bring in low-cost broadband connectivity to 500,000 villages in India.

Microsoft will provide more affordable products, technology and services to all of India.

“We believe that lost-cost broad band connectivity coupled with the scale of cloud computing intelligence that can be harnessed from data can help drive creativity, efficiency and productivity across governments and businesses of all sizes,” the first Indian-American Microsoft CEO said.

“A key part of both Make in India and Digital India, bringing world class infrastructure into India, respecting India’s digital security, sovereignty and privacy is a key milestone for us,” Nadella said.

Next week Microsoft will announce its services operating out of India’s data centers.