Mailing list archive: s-asia-it (by Subject)

  • "Divide and rule out" by Victor Keegan
  • (Fwd) [***] Internet Research Methods in Asia, Sep 2001
  • (Fwd) India and Freedom of Information
  • (Fwd) Vickram's letter on community radio in India
  • [India] 2 million, 5 million, what's the difference?
  • [India] Cellular operators hear a rural beep
  • [India] Delhi No. 2 in internet access
  • [India] Global Summit on IPv6 in Bangalore
  • [India] Government embracing the rage of the age
  • [India] ITC to set up Net booths for coffee planters
  • [India] Telecom sector poised for a leap
  • [Pakistan] Unique Crafts from the Legendary Land of Hunza
  • About S-Asia-IT; how to (un)subscribe; post messages; archives
  • Asian Women Face Gender Digital Divide
  • Burma sets up national e-task force to bridge digital divide
  • Call for Journal Papers: "ICTs and Development"
  • CFP: The South Asian ICT Revolution
    • A Kundu Wed 13 Dec 2000 - 06:58 am
  • Electronic Information: Deadliest Enemy of Human Knowledge?
  • Events on IT and Knowledge Management
  • FAO launches e-forum on media for development
  • The Global Development Gateway: The World Bank's Internet "Land-Grab"
  • ICT & Poverty Conference Report
  • India Solar Community Launch
  • Indian females make it big in IT
  • INFO SOUGHT: List of India web sites...
  • Integrating Modern and Traditional ICTs for Community Development
  • KnowNet Initiative - Bridging Knowledge Divide through ICT
  • LINK: Conference in Goa on IT in tourism...
  • Nepal IT Conference 2001 / Information & Call for papers
  • NEWS-INDIA: Calcutta Police to set up cyber crimes cell
  • NEWS-INDIA: Cricket site brings kudos, money to kid brothers
  • NEWS-INDIA: Edutech Informatics plans to invest $6 million more in India
  • NEWS-INDIA: IFC investment to establish Internet marketplace in India
  • NEWS-INDIA: India's IT industry seen simmering down on U.S. economy slowdown
  • NEWS-INDIA: Internet on cable launched in Hyderabad
  • NEWS-INDIA: IT minister urges industry to develop hardware side of IT biz
  • NEWS-INDIA: Karnataka strives to take IT to the masses
  • NEWS-INDIA: Life's not all rosy in Silicon Valley
  • NEWS-INDIA: Long wait yet for Convergence Bill
  • NEWS-INDIA: Marriage a byte too much for the IT savvy
  • NEWS-INDIA: Naidu calls for ending VSNL's "bottleneck" monopoly
  • NEWS-INDIA: Shakeout in Indian dotcoms forces VCs to change track
  • NEWS-INDIA: This time, Calcutta police slaps swift cyber crime charges
  • NEWS-INDIA: Videoconferencing facility between Andhra jails and courts
  • NEWS-SOUTH ASIA: Pak official Web site not hacked: Web master
  • NEWS: Haryana lawmakers attend computer classes
  • Number of PCs sold in India soaring
  • OECD sees future of developing countries in open telecoms
  • A Proposed 'Science, Technology And Development' Gateway
  • Re: REPLY: Nepal IT Conference 2001 / Information & Call for papers
  • Report on Indian Software Industry
  • Rural Technology Institute-Gujarat, India
  • Satellites over South Asia: Broadcasting, Culture and the Public Interest
  • Satyam in e-learning partnership with Canadian firm
  • SSRC Fellowship on IT, International Cooperation and Global Security
    • matzner Sat 02 Dec 2000 - 01:28 am
  • Virtual of the Real: Consumer Rights in E-Commerce
  • Wipro to aid setting up of call center in West Bengal
  • World Computer Exchange Update