Development of science and technology requires specific innovations according to the country's own needs, says Modi
GN Bureau | January 21, 2014
According to an ANI report, BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi pitched for digital and internet-based governance in the country, while addressing business leaders ahead of national polls.
According to the report, addressing the gathering at a business award ceremony in New Delhi, Modi was quoted as saying that the development of science and technology in the world's second largest democracy requires specific innovations according to the country's own needs.
He also said, according to the report, that in the present era, e-Governance that includes use of electronic gadgets, technology and the internet, is viewed as the best form of administration across the globe.
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