publications and justice- loving social activists who have been protesting consistently against the misdeeds of the Gujarat government and its hollow claims since 2002 are stooges of the Congress? Hamara Samajin its editorial on November 27writes: The media is denying its responsibilities and traditional duty It has started issuing certificates of who is a culprit and who is innocent There is a need for the media to try to get to the bottom of the news If Tarun Tejpal is actually guiltyhe should be given the harshest punishment on the basis of law But the media should not blindly declare anyone a criminal before the verdict of the court. just after the second successive bad GDP growth year of FY14 — only 5 per cent growth compared to 4. According to the Commission, New York: A 30-year old Indian entrepreneur has been named by Time magazine to its 2016 list of "10 millennials who are changing the world" for building a phone which can help people to interact and access critical services by communicating in their native languages.
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that India needed after three-down and the required rate constantly rising. as also for appointment as Queen’s Counsels, Also,89 acres), There are many many things like that.I’m a big believer that if you build the right digital infrastructure then you can leapfrog” Nilekani the former chairman of Unique Identity Development Authority of India (UIDAI) said In the new world of data economy identity authentication frictionless payments paperless transactions these are all very important layers of the new digital economy That is what India has done he said India is the only country in the world where a billion people can do completely paperless cashless transactions on their mobile phones using this infrastructure which dramatically reduces costs “Once you bring cost down automatically inclusion happens” Nilekani said adding that there is a fundamental strategic way of looking at it Now it is very clear that date is where the action is he said The infrastructure that India has created enables every individual to use his or her data for their advancement which is fundamental Herein an individual used data for their personal advancement Nilekani said “There is a fundamental inversion happening of the way we think of data which is unique” he said adding that this has a lot of implications for the bank and people in public policy who have to look at what’s the new rules of the game in the economy Responding to a question Nilekani said the World Bank has really done a great job in internalising the concept of digital ID A high-level panel having representation from about 15-20 countries met at the bank yesterday to have discussions on it When one has this digital ID one can authenticate oneself through a system and get the own data out he said Noting that in India the Supreme Court has declared privacy as a fundamental right he said the apex court has also laid down a framework that even when the government need to achieve a state objective then they can circumscribe some of those privacies “It says for national security for prevention of crime protection of revenue or for social welfare” Nilekani said But the court said every time the government circumscribes the privacy it has to be a law it has to be reasonable and it must be proportional Nilekani said that the question of how data use can address inequality has not been discussed enough “When the internet happened in the West in the last 15 years… the West was economically rich before they became data rich” he said But in developing countries people have become data rich before they become economically rich Nilekani said “So in a society where per capita income is $1500 and you are data rich the business model is how do we create an architecture where individuals and businesses are able to trade in their data to improve their lives That is the heart of the question “If I as a consumer can use my data to get better loans better education better jobs and better skills and if we can get a billion people to get access to that they will use data as the ladder to improve their lives” he added For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: March 7 2012 12:59 am Related News It has been two years since an India-Sri Lanka match at the Ferozeshah Kotla was called off because of an unplayable pitch but the track is still making news for all the wrong reasons This time the surface came in for heavy criticism from Karnataka skipper Robin Uthappawho dubbed the wicket unsuitable for one-day cricket after his side lost their Vijay Hazare Trophy quarterfinal match against Mumbai by nine wickets on Tuesday “It seems like two different wickets In the morningit was difficult to bat on and the same track in the post-lunch session became like a cement wicket For a four-day gameit’s a good challenging wicket as it offers something for the pacers in the morning and then it becomes little easier to bat on but for a one-day gameI have my doubts” said Uthappa “The ball was initially seaming then started stopping … the wicket was basically sticky Once it dried upsome balls started skidding throughsome balls were stopping so it was a two-paced wicket After a point…let’s say 30 oversit kind of evened out a little moreslightly easier to bat on and in the afternoonit became very easy to bat on” he said It was Karnatakawho batted firstwho faced the brunt of this effect Unable to force the pace at any point of timethey were restricted to 178 for nine in their stipulated 50 overs and in response Wasim Jaffer (68) and Ajinkya Rahane (71 not out) ensure Mumbai’s passage to the semifinals without looking in any sort of trouble Uthappa admitted that he would have also loved to field first going by the two-paced nature of the surface “In one-day gamesyou don’t like the match to be decided by the toss We also wanted to field first It should be competitiveI think we can get better wickets” he said Uthappawho scored a 33-ball 30 as an openersaid the wicket should not make the match a one-sided affair “In one-day cricketyou have to play shots and it was quite difficult on this track YesterdayI saw how Delhi bowled in the morning and when Assam bowled in the afternoon There was a little bit difference I expected the wicket to change today after some point of time and it certainly did but not the way I thought of” he said Jaffer also concerned Despite winning the gameMumbai opener Wasim Jaffer also criticised the wicketsaying that the toss played too important a role “The toss was very crucial and the bowlers bowled really well It looked completely different from what we played in the morning It became good to bat on later on “On a wicket like thisanybody who wins the tosswins the game We don’t want wickets that make the game one-sided You don’t want toss to decide the outcome of the match As long as it plays even throughoutit’s a good thing You don’t want one-day games to be played on a surface like this” For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Related News an artists’ body.