Google+ Hangout on Technology in Politics by CM Narendra Modi

Google+ Hangout on Technology in Politics by CM Narendra Modi

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Google+ Hangout on Technology in Politics by CM Narendra Modi

Google Event – Big Tent Activate Summit New Delhi 2013

Google is hosting Big Tent events around the world, bringing together speakers with diverse points of view to debate some of the hot issues relating to the Internet and society. On 21st March 2013, leading Indian and International Experts will attend the Big Tent Activate Summit in New Delhi at the Taj Palace Hotel.

Questions that will be addressed are:

*Can India gain a global competitive edge by enabling the full economic potential of the Internet?

*Will the Internet dilute Indian culture, or can it help preserve and share it locally and globally?

*How is the Internet already changing the democratic process, and what will happen as many more constituents come online?

The Keynote address will be given by Kapil Sibal, Indian Minister of IT & Communications followed by other Speakers at the Venue.

At 14.05-14.20 hours on 21st March 2013, a Google+ Hangout on Technology in Politics will be addressed by Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi. Earlier, CM’s Google Hangout was a huge event telecasted on You Tube anchored by Actor Ajay Devgan. 

The Speakers are:
Eric Schmidt, Executive Chairman, Google
Alan Rusbridger, Editor, The Guardian
Elizabeth Bramson-Boudreau, Director EIU
Sam Pitroda, Entrepreneur
Rajan Anand, Managing Director, Google India
Sajeeb Wazed, IT Expert
Stephanie Cutter, Political Consultant
Raghav Bahl, Managing Director, Network18
Sanjay Salil, Managing Director, MediaGuru
Neil D’souza, Founder, Zaya.org
Jeff Jarvis, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Anu Madgavkar, Senior Fellow, McKinsey Global Institute
Amit Sood, Director Cultural Institute, Google

Questions that will be addressed:

*Can India gain a global competitive edge by enabling the full economic potential of the Internet?

*Will the Internet dilute Indian culture, or can it help preserve and share it locally and globally?

*How is the Internet already changing the democratic process, and what will happen as many more constituents come online?

The significant transformation is that Google is moving from just over 150 million to more than a billion Indians online in the near future. The Internet has already changed India!

If you’re interested in attending, please click the Register button to be added to the waiting list.

– Kidsfreesouls News Desk 

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