India has the world's second-largest wireless network with 261.09 million connections. This figure dwarfs fixed-line connections, which stand at 39.42 million (2007).
Journal articlesCOMMUNICATION POLICY MOBILE PHONES TELEPHONE E-GOVERNMENT COMPUTERS SCHOOLSPublished dateWednesday, January 2, 2008 - 00:00
New and re-emerging infectious diseases such as avian influenza and tuberculosis continue to pose a serious threat to the world's most vulnerable countries.
Advancing Evidence Based Policymaking and Regulation to Ensure Greater Participation in ICTs (LIRNEasia Phase II)
Significant strides have been made in closing the digital divide in Asia, mainly due to the proliferation of mobile telephones. Close to a billion people, some among the poorest segments of society, have joined the mobile information society.