Open Government Data Study: India

  title={Open Government Data Study: India},
  author={Glover Wright and Sunil Abraham and Nishant Shah},
India provides one of the most fascinating examples of the use of open government data in a developing country context. It has one of the best right to information laws in the world and the government’s approach to open data builds on this legacy of making open data relevant to Indian citizens. An estimated 456 million Indians live on less than $1.25 a day and a key issue for India, and other developing countries, is how open data can be accessible to them.This paper reviews the progress being… 
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