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Tripura, a landlocked hilly state, bounded on the north, west, south and south-east by Bangladesh and in the east with Assam and Mizoram, has a tropical climate and the main languages spoken are Bengali and kokborok. Rice is the principal crop followed by oilseed, pulses, potato and sugarcane. High quality timber including sal, garjan, teak, and Gamar are found abundantly in the forests of Tripura. Natural gas based industry, tourism, bamboo based handicrafts, rubber and tea plantations are some of the potential industries of the state.
CHAYAN KANTI DHAR
Balangir district, the cultural hub of Western Orissa, is spread over a total geographical area of 6569 sq. km. Comprising mostly of tribal inhabitants. Balangir district encompasses a population of 13,37,194 as per the census data of 2001 in 6 tehsils, 14 blocks and 1794 villages. The district bears relics to the rich historical and cultural civilization of the ancient times. NIC is playing a major role on extending support to District Administration for implementation of e-Governance & delivery of Citizen Centric Services in the district.
S. K. Panda, CVK Maruti Rao
West Bengal - a leading state in Eastern India, famous worldwide for Darjeeling Tea produced in the northern hill region and Royal Bengal tigers found in the Sunderbans on its southern part forming the worlds largest delta by the mighty rivers Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna.West Bengal can boast of its rich socio-cultural heritage, which makes Kolkata, the cultural capital of India. In the recent past many ICT based companies have flourished, transforming it into a major IT hub in the east.
N K Das, Amitava Bose
Haryana State is one of the most progressive states of the Indian union with total geographical area (44212 Sq. Km) of only 1.4% of the country geographical area. A leading food grain producer, it is also one of the states with very high per capita income. The Software & IT/ITES/BPO services exports from the State have increased to Rs. 17,000 Crores in year 2008-09. More than 70 project proposals for establishing Cyber/IT Parks in Haryana have been technically evaluated and recommended.
G.S Bansal
 
Madhya Pradesh, the second largest State of India having 50 districts & 313 Blocks, is home to a rich cultural heritage and has practically everything; innumerable monuments, large plateau, spectacular mountain ranges, meandering rivers and miles and miles of dense forests offering a unique and exciting panorama of wildlife in sylvan surroundings. ICT has a vital & challenging role to play in streamlining the Governance in the State. The State is fast emerging as a major destination for the IT industry with lot of activity on e-Governance in recent years.
M. Vinayak Rao, Sanjay Hardikar

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