A digital wave is currently sweeping India. And none other than its government is the biggest change-agent.
After actively pushing for a cashless economy last year, Modi’s ‘Digital India’ bus is now reaching the smallest and sleepiest towns of the country.
About 7,000 railway stations in India’s hinterlands will now be turned into digital hotspots, the Economic Times reports.
These Wi-Fi-enabled stations will also serve as hubs for ordering and receiving goods from e-commerce portals. That gives Amazon a reason to smile and an opportunity to add more zip codes in its delivery ambit. Read more…