India present e network to Asia

Pacing up its diplomatic footsteps in energy deep Central Asia - India is all set to duplicate the achievement of Pan Africa e-network by making the same project of the teleeducation as well as telemedicine which will bridge all states of strategically important areas.

The e-network design will be revealed during minister of state for external affairs’ tour to the capital of Kyrgyzstan Bishkek, on 12th June to 13th June, an official who is familiar with the area. The minister will be companied by other senior officials of the ministry of external affairs, including the joint secretary in charge of Eurasia division.

This e-network has been a huge success, in Africa, with forty-seven African nations signing in it. The e-network of Central Asia will be an initiating effort by India to purchase its prowess in information technology to span the digital split in developing nations and to bolster up their content in critical health areas as well as education by relating top hospitals as well as educational institutions of India along with hubs in this place.

The capital of Krygyz will also watch India unrolling their policy of Central Asia, the 1st such effort to enunciate New Delhi's sight for the area where China has already made deep inroads. The capital will arrange a Track 1.5 talk which will bring experts as well as academics with officials from Central Asian countries and India to map out a tenacious as well as effective India and Central Asia partnership. The talk has been formed by ICWA (Indian Council of World Affairs).