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A 28 member IT Business Delegation of Asian Countries had a courtesy meet with Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi. Impressed with Gujarat’s IT infrastructure, E-Governance and IT intensive policies the delegation showed interest in partnering with the State in IT sector.

The delegation included businessmen from countries like Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Myanmar and Vietnam. Meeting the Chief Minister the delegation planned an Indo-Asian IT Business Alliance Meet in Ahmedabad and outlined the plan of organizing Indiasoft: 2011 in Gujarat during next year.

Detailing the State’s IT framework to the delegates Chief Minister talked on IT Infrastructure Network, 65000 km long Optical Fiber Network, 24*7 electricity supply, highest telecommunication density, proactive E-Governance and E-Gram Broadband connectivity facility to all 13693 Gram-Panchayats.

Principal Secretary to Science and Technology Department Shri Ravi Saxena and Additional Principal Secretary to Chief Minister Shri G.C.Murmu were also present in the meet.

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The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi today shared his blog post on reforms, center-state bhagidari, innovative policy making during Covid times. The post was posted on LinkedIn platform.

In a tweet the Prime Minister said:

"Reforms by Conviction and Incentives...my @LinkedIn post on innovative policy making in the time of COVID-19, powered by the spirit of Centre-State Bhagidari."

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/reforms-conviction-incentives-narendra-modi/?published=t