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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Government of India

The national portal of India

India Development Gateway(InDG) is a country-wide initiative that will target specific country needs in the domain of rural and social development. The Gateway is the National portal of India developed as a single-window access to information and services, with specific objective of reaching the ‘un-reached’ rural communities of India, especially women and poor. It catalyses the use of ICT tools for knowledge sharing, leading to development.
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Incredible India - Know India better
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Census - India - Know all info about India
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Agricultural Census:India

Indian Army

Indian Navy

Indian Air Force

Indian Railways

A directory of official websites of the various departments of government of India

RTI stands for Right To Information and has been given the status of a fundamental right under Article 19(1) of the Constitution. Article 19 (1) under which every citizen has freedom of speech and expression and have the right to know how the government works, what role does it play, what are its functions and so on.

The Act confers right to the citizens to know as to how the taxpayers money is being spent by the Government.

The national portal of India in Hindi language

India - Business knowledge Resource Online

The NGO Partnership System (NGO-PS) is a platform that provides space for interface between VOs/NGOs and key Government Ministries / Departments / Government Bodies, to start with. Later it is proposed to cover all Central Ministries / Departments / Government Bodies.

The NGO-PS provides information about all signed up VOs / NGOs, information about schemes of the participating Government Ministries / Departments / Government Bodies open for partnership and funding with the voluntary sector. It will also have the facility to apply for NGO grants online, upload all common documents (like Registration Certificate, Annual Reports, Annual Audited Statements etc) required by government Ministries / Departments / Government Bodies as well as track the processing of your application until the grant is sanctioned / rejected.

The NGO Partnership System (NGO-PS) started out as an initiative of the Prime Minister's Office, to create and promote a healthy partnership between VOs/NGOs and the Government of India. The Planning Commission is coordinating and managing the portal, since July 2009.

NGO Partnership System -

E-Governance's eGreetings !

The Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) is an Autonomous Body under the Ministry of Women & Child Development, Government of India. Its mandate is to find a loving and caring family for every orphan/destitute/surrendered child in the country. The Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) was initially set up in 1990 under the aegis of the Ministry of Welfare in pursuance of Cabinet decision dated 9.5.1990. Pursuant to a decision of the Union Cabinet dt: 2nd July 1998, the then Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment conferred the autonomous status on CARA w.e.f. 18.3.1999 by registering it as a Society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. It was designated as Central Authority by the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment on 17.7.2003 for the implementation of the Hague Convention on Protection of Children & Cooperation in respect of Inter-country Adoption (1993). The Ministry of Women & Child Development has of late been mandated to look after the subject matters ‘Adoption’ & ‘Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act, 2000’ pursuant to 16th Feb. 2006 notification of Govt. of India regarding reallocation of the business.

The web-site aims at giving information on in-country and inter-country adoptions in India and the role of CARA and other associated agencies involved in such process.

India Post

India Telephone - BSNL - Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd
Online Telephone directory -

The consortium of Indian military websites

Tax Information Network of Tax Department

Gateway to districts of India on the web - To get all important info like phone numbers, address etc

The Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation came into existence as an Independent Ministry on 15.10.1999 after the merger of the Department of Statistics and the Department of Programme Implementation. The Ministry has two wings, one relating to Statistics and the other Programme Implementation. The Statistics Wing called the National Statistical Office(NSO) consists of the Central Statistical Office (CSO), the Computer Centre and the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO). The Programme Implementation Wing has three Divisions, namely, (i) Twenty Point Programme (ii) Infrastructure Monitoring and Project Monitoring and (iii) Member of Parliament Local Area Development Scheme. Besides these two wings, there is National Statistical Commission created through a Resolution of Government of India (MOSPI) and one autonomous Institute, viz., Indian Statistical Institute declared as an institute of National importance by an Act of Parliament.

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