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Assam - popularly called the land of red river and blue hills, famous for its tea and one-horned rhinoceros, dominated by the mighty river Brahmaputra, is the gateway to the northeastern India. The state has a large number of tribes each unique in it's tradition, culture, dresses and exotic way of life. The people of Assam have traditionally been craftsmen. Artists, sculptors, masons, weavers, spinners, potters, goldsmiths, artisans of ivory, wood, bamboo, cane and hide. Assam is renowned for its exquisite silks namely Eri, Pat and Muga silk.
Deepak Goswami, Tasiruddin Ahmad
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 for its endeavors in bringing government closer to its citizen through contemporary technologies. The following write up provides a sting of information on the various ICT initiatives taken by the Government for connecting people directly with the Government.
R Gayatri
ICT enablement of judiciary is being pursued vigorously across the world. In India, ICT enablement of higher judiciary started in early nineties, covering the Supreme Court and all the 21 High Courts. Today, we have reached a stage where deployment of ICT in Supreme Court and the High Courts has reached a significant level of maturity. However, the lower judiciary, district and taluka courts across the country are largely untouched by the ICT revolution.
CLM Reddy

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