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Google India signs multi faceted MoU with Gujarat govt

September 06, 2017
Google India signs multi faceted MoU with Gujarat govt

Gandhinagar: Google India today singed a multi faceted MoU with Gujarat government which among other things will pave the way for large-scale digital and internet literacy specially among the rural woman folk and creating a digital collection of the history, architecture and cultural heritage of the state. The MoU was singed here in presence of Chetan Krishnaswamy, Director (Public Policy), Google India and Chief Secretary J N Singh. The Principal secretaries of Tourism, Labour-Emplo...Read More

India’s online population to touch 500 million by 2020: Google

September 15, 2016
India’s online population to touch 500 million by 2020: Google

Bhopal:With the advent of affordable smartphones and growing reach of internet across the country, India's online population will reach 500 million by 2020, Google's Asia Pacific Language Head, Richa Singh Chitranshi said. "India's online population will reach 500 million by 2020 with majority of them being local language users," Chitranshi said while addressing IT students at Rajiv Gandhi Proayogiki (Technology) Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV) here. The event was jointly organised by RGPV and MPPO...Read More

7 Startups of GTU students /Alumni receive $ 20000 Google Cloud Credits

June 29, 2016
7 Startups of GTU students /Alumni receive $ 20000 Google Cloud Credits

Gandhinagar: Team of 7 startups of students and alumni from Gujarat Technological University (GTU) were rewarded $ 20000 Google Cloud Credits. The team attended workshop on CP100 Google Cloud platform hosted by NASSCOM on at 10,000 Startups warehouse, Navi Mumbai, where the team received the credits. Hundreds of startups applied to participate in the workshop, among them 50 startups were selected & invited for participation. This 8-hour instructor-led class introduced participants to Goog...Read More

Google’s free high-speed Wi-Fi launched at Mumbai Central Station

January 22, 2016

Mumbai Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu today launched a free high-speed public Wi-Fi service in collaboration with technology giant Google at Mumbai Central here, the first station in the country to get such facility. Terming the facility as "world class", Prabhu said around 100 busiest stations across the country will be brought under the free public Wi-Fi service by this year-end, making it the world's largest such project. "When I proposed the full-fledged (Railway) budget last year,...Read More

Google Indic Keyboard now also has Gujarati language option

November 06, 2015

Ahmedabad In the month of September, when Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi visited the Google headquarters in America, Google CEO Sundar Pichai announced that Google will introduce 11 new languages in Android next month including Prime Minister's mother tongue Gujarati. “Next month we are going to take Android make it possible for you to type in Android in 11 more languages including PM’s mother tongue Gujarati,” said India-born Google CEO Sundar Pichai. As per this announ...Read More

Google’s Flagship Project Loon Impresses PM Modi

September 30, 2015

Washington Impressed by Google's flagship Project Loon - that takes internet to the remote and inaccessible areas - Prime Minister Narendra Modi believes this has multiple uses like long distance education, rural schools and telemedicine, officials said. He was given a briefing about Loon during his tour to the Google headquarters in the Silicon Valley over the weekend. Google officials told PM Modi that they were already doing a pilot project in Andhra Pradesh and the idea is to target...Read More

Type in Android in PM’s mother tongue Gujarati next month: Sundar Pichai

September 28, 2015

San Jose "Next month we are going to take Android make it possible for you to type in Android in 11 more languages including PM's mother tongue Gujarati," said India-born Google CEO Sundar Pichai sharing the stage with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Google campus in San Jose, America. Pichai said the search engine giant will provide high speed internet services at 100 railway stations in India initially and then expand it by 400 more by next year. Recalling his young days wh...Read More

Narendra Modi visits Google campus, shown key projects

September 28, 2015

From Lalit K Jha Silicon Valley Prime Minister Narendra Modi today visited the Google campus where he was given a tour of some of the latest products and forward-looking researches being done by the search engine giant. Modi asked that Khagaul to be pinpointed on Google Earth when he was given a glimpse of the unique tool. Khagaul near Patna is where the great ancient astronomer Aryabhatta had an observatory. "Projects for progress," External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup ...Read More

Google to provide wi-fi at 500 Indian railway stations

September 28, 2015

From Lalit K Jha San Jose Google will collaborate with Indian Railways to provide wi-fi services at 500 stations by next year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced today as he visited the headquarters of the search engine giant here. Modi, who took a tour of the Google campus seeing the latest products and forward-looking researches, was given a presentation of Google Earth in which the ghats of his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi were shown. He appreciated and encouraged Googl...Read More

At Google Headquarters, Modi greeted with Kem Chho(Video)

September 28, 2015

San Jose Prime Minister Narendra Modi was greeted with 'Kem Chho' (how are you in Gujarati) at Google headquarters in San Jose, California by participants of Hackethon. Modi replied 'Eva ne eva' (as it is) and attracted a loud cheer. - DeshGujarat Read More

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