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Fail-safe communication for Games

When New Delhi hosts the Commonwealth Games this year, Terrestrial Trunked Radio, or TETRA, will be at work silently to bridge any communication gap among authorities and prevent any emergencies.   TETRA is the digital avatar of the radio-- communications technology for a closed user group. The network will enable real-time, secure verbal communications between Delhi Police,

e-Pension: Changing the old way

Solan: e-Pension is one of the many successful e-governance projects rolled out by the Himachal Pradesh government in last few years. Launched in August 2006, it involves a complete overhaul in the pension disbursement system for pensioners. The web interface enables the Himachal Pradesh government pensioners to know the status and details of their monthly pension through intern

Got a complaint? Try e-Samadhan

Shimla: A path-breaking e-Governance project pioneered by Himachal Pradesh is e-Samadhan, a web-based system for online grievance monitoring. It has the potential to change governance, as we know it—slothful and steeped in red tape. After its launch in January 2009, it is already making waves. Out of the total 4,510 grievances received about the whole gamut of government se

Got a complaint? Try e-Samadhan

Shimla: A path-breaking e-Governance project pioneered by Himachal Pradesh is e-Samadhan, a web-based system for online grievance monitoring. It has the potential to change governance, as we know it—slothful and steeped in red tape. After its launch in January 2009, it is already making waves. Out of the total 4,510 grievances received about the whole gamut of government se

You`ve got an SMS!

Shimla: Himachal Pradesh, a leader in e-governance, became the second state to board the m-governance bandwagon after Kerala providing information on a number of government services on mobile. The service was launched in the state in October 2009. In the initial stage we are providing information on government services like driving licence, arms license, birth certificates, vehic

ID cards to adopt smart technology

ID cards to adopt smart technology By Binsal Abdul Kader, Staff ReporterAbu Dhabi: ID card holders will not need to swipe or insert the cards in card readers to use the services like e-Gate thanks to a contactless technology, a senior official told Gulf News. "Card holders have to just show the cards to card readers as Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) will soon adopt RF-ID technology (a

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