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Bridging the gap between the haves and the havenots has been the focus of the Government of Karnataka. The aspiration is being fulfilled by continuously providing more and better services to the citizens. The rural citizens are empowered by taking ICT to their doorsteps thus enabling them to demand their rights along with providing urban masses with a better interface for their interactions with the Government.
JAYANTHI S
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"Justice delayed is justice denied" is one of the most frequently used statement in terms of legal systems across the country. People are a mute witness to the court processes, often spending their lifetime savings in unending cases. Pendency is an ever pervading dilemma mutant in the legal system stultifying the cause of Justice.
SANJEEV GAHLAUT, ANSHU ROHATGI & RAJESH KR. TRIPATHI
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With the goal of timely yet qualitative justice to the citizens at grass root level, in 2005, the Supreme Court of India decided to bring all the courts into the National data grid. With a vision of technological advancement in the administration of Justice Delivery System and uniformity in procedure and proceedings, the e-Committee was set up to explore possible way of rebuilding the Indian Judiciary with the aid of Information and Communication Technology, and thus began the journey of implementing the objectives of e-Court Mission Mode Project.
KIRAN SHAH
Named after the legendry freedom fighter Shaheed Udham Singh, the district Udham Singh Nagar is also known as the 'Gateway to Kumaon hills'. It is famous for the world renowned Pantnagar University, which is one of the leading landmarks of learning in the fields of agriculture and technology. The district with a population of around 12 lakhs, spread across 656 villages in 7 sub-divisions and 27 Nyay Panchayats is fast developing as the leading industrial hub of the state of Uttarakhand.
DEEPAK JOHRI, PRITE JOSHI
Among the six districts of the Nagaland state, Zunheboto is situated in the middle bounded by Mokokchung in the East and Wokha district in the West. Tizu, Doyang and Tsutha - the three important rivers of the district are source for hydel power generation and terrace cultivation.High hills spread over many areas of the district varying from 1000 to 2500 metres but most people live between 1500 - 2000 metres altitude. ZBTO, the district Hq. is 1875 mtrs. above sea level. Most of the population reside in rural areas.
ANAND YANREMBAM, N JOYCHAND SINGH

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