India’s move to e-governance exposes ancient flaws

By Keya Acharya on Feb. 12, 2014 in Politics

The Indian state of Karnataka is trying to assist rural development through Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). But how well can ICTs work for development in a country riven with inequities?

The Indian state of Karnataka, known for its advances in software development, is trying to address issues of rural development through Information and Communications Technologies.

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Story Tags: Karnataka, digital solutions, Bhoomi, Record of Rights, Tenance and Crops, rural, corruption, exploitation, oppression, e-kiosk, gender, village accountants

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