India is the second most populous nation in the Asian region behind China. The country has achieved impressive progress in the field of science and technology and is emerging as one of the strongest economies in the developing world. Information and communication technologies have brought significant changes in development of the Indian society.


The digital divide is defined as the gap between those individuals and communities that have, and do not have, access to the information technologies that are transforming our lives.

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Turning digital divide into digital opportunity-A critical analysis

Anshu Arora   School of Communication Studies,Panjab University

India is the second most populous nation in the Asian region behind China. The country has achieved impressive progress in the field of science and technology and is emerging as one of the strongest economies in the developing world. Information and communication technologies have brought significant changes in development of the Indian society.


The digital divide is defined as the gap between those individuals and communities that have, and do not have, access to the information technologies that are transforming our lives.

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