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Andhra Pradesh also known as the Rice Bowl of India is the fourth largest state in India. The state is not only famous for its rich culture and heritage but also a favourite place for tourists worldwide for its spellbound beaches. Of late the state has received lots of accolades in the global platform...

Jalna - Governance at the Touch of a Finger

Moiz Hussain Ali
  |   January 2009

Jalna district erstwhile a part of Aurangabad district was formed on 1st May 1981 by carving out Jalna, Bhokardan, Jafrabad, Ambad tahsils of Aurangabad district and Partur tahsil of Parbhani district.This commercial city of Marathwada well-known for its Hybrid Seed industries, Steel rerolling mills,...

Hazaribag - Harnessing ICT for Good Governance

Shailendra Kumar Deo
  |   January 2009

Hazaribag- literally meaning City of Thousand Gardens, is situated at 2019 ft above the sea level in the North Chotanagpur Plateau. Congenial salubrious climate, abundant flora, fauna, wildlife sanctuary, lakes and hills have attracted tourists to this place since long and is also considered as a health...

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e-Labour Portal, CM Dashboard & NGDRS Launched in Punjab

Hon'ble Chief Minister of Punjab, Capt. Amarinder Singh recently inaugurated 3 important e-Governance initiatives...


Arunachal Pradesh State - Transforming Challenges into Opportunities using Innovative ICT Advancemen...

Over the years, various ICT-based initiatives have been taken up by the Government of Arunachal Pradesh to foster innov...


TAMIL NADU State - Pursuing Excellence in e-Governance through Open Source Technology for ICT Soluti...

The e-Governance projects are not only making the lives of the citizen easier by taking government services to their do...