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The four digital divides

Amongst the earliest to draw attention to the digital divide in India was Kenneth Keniston of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, writing in this excerpt, of a time (2002) when India had 3% telephone connectivity, 6 million computers and roughly 1 million internet connections. Though 300 million Indians are online by end-2014, we still have a long way to go to bridge the four digital divides described in this essay

Digital India: Technology is central to enabling change

A brief summary of the objectives and vision of the Digital India programme