Indian state governments are joining technology giants and central government in pushing internet connectivity to more people.
The latest instance of this comes from the eastern Indian state of Bihar, where the government has announced free Wi-Fi access to college and university students.
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The chief minister of the state, Nitish Kumar urged the students to make good use of the free internet. "The objective is to provide free Wi-Fi facility to help youths to move ahead in life and to become digital smart," he told Hindustan Times. Read more...More about Bihar, Facebook, Google, Free Internet, and Internet