The Narendra Modi government is planning to launch a nationwide digital economy by 2025.
The aim is to create an internet of value, where consumers can shop, shop, buy and rent products online, through the country’s new government-backed National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Agency.
India is one of the most promising countries to launch an internet economy.
Its rapid economic growth has allowed for a massive influx of goods and services, but many Indians still find it hard to access the vast array of content that is available.
“There is still a gap between the price paid by consumers and the price received by retailers,” the minister of state for information technology (IT) Ravi Shankar Prasad told NDTV.
We want to create a digital economy, and we want to give it a platform that people can access.
The plan was announced by the Modi government during the launch of the National Information Technology Strategy in October last year.
Under the scheme, consumers will be able to buy products and services from digital portals that will be connected with their own devices.
This will allow them to access a broad range of content online, including the latest fashion trends and popular movies and music.
“We want consumers to be able access content, and that content to be as affordable as possible,” the prime minister said in a speech at the launch.
In the last year alone, the government launched nearly 2,500 digital portals and digital libraries across the country.
While there is a huge demand for these portals, some companies have yet to get the green light to start their own.
This is due to a number of reasons, such as regulatory hurdles and a lack of consumer awareness, according to Prasadeep Sharma, a digital marketing consultant.
Digital portals like the one proposed by the government will not only give consumers access to new content, but also help them in finding and purchasing the products and content they are looking for, Sharma said.
It is also possible to provide a more efficient business model.
Currently, a person can search for and purchase products and entertainment on any website, but if the website does not provide a service or does not work, a search for it can be done through the portal, Sharma added.
This can give people a better idea of what products and products they can purchase.
The minister has also said that the government is looking to establish a portal that will connect all of the country to the internet.
This is something that is going to help consumers in the economy, Sharma says.
“Digital economy is a part of our agenda, and I want it to be part of the government’s agenda,” Prasada said.
“There is no reason why a portal cannot exist in every state, or every district, and every district should have it.”
The internet of content is a very new concept, Sharma explained.
According to Sharma, India has the second largest number of websites on the internet, after the United States.
Internet of content has been developed in many different ways over the years, but it is not yet being used by all Indians.
It is an emerging industry, he added.
There are over 10 million registered users on the portal website, which is already being used to access hundreds of millions of hours of video content, which has been created by the likes of Netflix, Facebook, and Amazon.
If the government really wants to take the internet of economy to the next level, Sharma believes it will need to start by creating a digital ecosystem in India.
“We have seen the huge impact of the internet in India and it needs to be given a new lease of life,” he said.