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Delhi government plans get net into living room

21-January-2001
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Delhi government plans get net into living room

Bitten by the cyber bug, the Delhi government is planning to take ambitious leaps to catch up with Naidu’s Hyderabad. After publishing its efforts to start a new chapter in e-governance by shifting into a hi-tech secretariat near ITO, the government is new dreaming of making TV sets double up as computers in the city. And to make this dream come true, government plans to use the fibre optic technology and provide Internet connectivity through electricity cables. A subscriber would need to convert his TV into a computer for logging on to the info-highway is a modem, an electricity connection and a keyboard.

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