11.10 am, June 20, 2018The Times of New Delhi today published a report that reveals how India’s digital revolution has transformed the country.
The article, which comes in the wake of the launch of India’s first government-run Internet service, shows how the country’s most innovative firms are using their technology to bring about change in the country, with startups employing more than 400,000 workers in a country of 1.4 billion people.
In the next few months, it is predicted that there will be an estimated 1 billion internet users in India.
The report, titled ‘How to be India’s new digital revolution’, has been authored by a group of tech entrepreneurs, and it outlines their vision for the country in the coming months.
“The world is moving towards a digital economy.
Our goal is to create a digital society where people can access the information and knowledge they need.
Our job is to take a big leap forward,” said the report.”
This will take time, but it is something we can do,” said Anil Kumar, co-founder of Paytm, a popular digital payments platform.
He added that the country is also facing the challenge of the internet of things (IoT), where many small businesses are struggling to provide basic services to customers.
The report says India has also been developing the ‘internet of things’ – a concept where products and services are made by people – and is now in the midst of a digital revolution that is bringing about a new era of digital commerce.
It also highlights the fact that India’s economy is the second fastest growing in the world, according to a new study by the McKinsey Global Institute.
The government’s digital pushThe report highlights the government’s push to develop the internet as a central pillar of the economy.
It says that by 2030, digital India will account for 10 per cent of India ‘s GDP, and is expected to become the third largest economy in the next 10 years.
It is expected that by 2020, India will be home to 1 billion people, and by 2022 it will have more than 1.3 billion internet subscribers.
It aims to achieve this by 2019.
The digital revolutionIndia’s government has also launched a digital transformation programme to help boost the countrys digital economy and tackle some of its most pressing challenges.
This includes setting up a digital governance and control platform, creating a centralised database for data and information and making it easier for digital businesses to take on the challenges of the new economy.
The government has launched a new Digital Governance Hub to help tackle the challenges in digital governance.
The Digital India initiative is a joint venture between the government and the private sector.
It was launched in July and is led by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (IME).
According to the government, the Digital India Hub is an initiative that is working towards a single platform that provides access to information and services to all citizens of India.
The initiative aims to make the internet accessible to all and will help to foster an inclusive digital society, the report said.
The ministry has also announced that digital data will be used in government, public sector, and non-profit sectors.
The ministry is also set to launch the Digital Economy Network (DEN), a national initiative to connect businesses to digital platforms, which will be a central point of reference for all digital businesses.