Flagging the threat to cyber-security globally, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said India can play a lead role in dealing with this “bloodless war” as he launched a digital initiative to which the corporate world pledged over Rs. 4,50,000 crores. He pitched for a digital revolution in the country and exhorted the industry to boost domestic production of electronic devices, which account for second largest imports, under the ‘Make in India‘ programme. Inaugurating ‘Digital India Week’ in New Delhi, he said digitalisation of all government work is essential to deal with problems like corruption, help provide transparent and efficient governance and bridge the rich-poor divide. Highlighting the country’s potential in IT sector, Modi called upon the Indian youth to innovate and go for “Design in India”. He promised government support to ‘startups’ and said India has the potential of becoming the second country after the USA in this area. “We have to move from e-governance to m-governance. M-governance does not mean Modi governance. It means mobile governance,” he said at a function in New Delhi which was attended by several ministers, top Indian industrialists and CEOs of some global companies besides a few BJP leaders like L K Advani […]
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