India is set to assume the G20 Presidency in 2023: it can use this position to balance national interests and promote global trust and capacity building.
In India, is Clubhouse the Utopian melting pot of ideas and speech it seems to be in other parts of the world? We spoke to six young, urban, English-speaking Indian professionals to find out.
India’s legal approach to protecting children’s data online could have impact children’s privacy and security, and progressive data legislation as well.
Almost a decade after the launch of India’s Open [Government] Data initiative, the program remains constrained and has not lived up to its potential. Its deficiencies stem largely from the discretionary nature of the nation’s Open Data policy.
Why was a wholly digital platform like CoWIN—one that is largely accessible to the technology-owning elite—used for mass vaccine registration?
Kashmir’s startups are a case study of resilience for the ages. Imagine running a tech-based company wherein neither you nor your customers can access the internet for 18 months. Bred in turmoil, they offer hope to entrepreneurial communities and job-seeking locals.
For Digital Governance Solutions to Reach the Marginalised, Working With Offline Intermediaries Is Key
It is vital to examine the design and deployment of digital governance mechanisms in India through the lens of inclusion.
As technical as the science may be, its accuracy—or the lack thereof—directly impacts Indians, many of whom take important livelihood decisions based on this data.
The technological barrier CoWin erects while registering for COVID-19 vaccines could be counterproductive to the Centre’s goal of universal immunisation.