‘Keep in India’ campaign needed to retain domestically generated data: Mukesh Ambani
Monday, 20 March 2017 Industrialist Mukesh Ambani today said there is a need to retain data generated domestically within the country rather than let it to go out and urged the government to start a ‘Keep in India’ initiative for this. “Keeping our data onshore will ensure that talent, technology, know-how and investments will flow into the country rather than flow out, and will create more jobs for us. Like the ‘Digital India’ and ‘Make in India’ campaigns, we need a ‘Keep in India’ initiative to keep our data within our shores,” Ambani said. ”Apart from obvious national security and sovereignty conditions, pragmatic economic considerations also call for such safeguards,” he told the India Today Conclave. Ambani, whose latest venture includes an over Rs 1.30 trillion investment
The final days of the British Raj are explored in ‘Viceroy’s House’. It is a period drama from 1947 when British India was split into India and Pakistan. For the director, Gurinder Chadha the story is a highly personal one. “I actually went to my ancestral town and found the big house that my...
Fuelled by fast smartphone adoption, changing users’ behaviour and disruptive pricing strategies, the data traffic per smartphone user in India will reach 11GB... BGR India - TechnologyAlso reported by •WorldNews