The new year is here, and Delhi has a chance to take another step forward.
The city is once again setting the agenda for the future.
In the new year, India will celebrate the centenary of the Indian Independence, marking the end of the British rule.
It is also the year of the first ever national day of mourning, the Bharat Abhiyan, which aims to build awareness of the causes of poverty and deprivation in the country.
The government has launched several initiatives to highlight the importance of social justice in the nation’s development, which is being celebrated in a number of ways.
For example, the city is now hosting the World Bank’s India Summit, and the Government of India has set up a national platform on gender equality, human rights and poverty eradication.
The celebrations are also being celebrated by some of the biggest names in the technology sector, with the likes of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Amazon, to name a few, having a presence in the capital.
The country is also witnessing an unprecedented wave of innovation in the digital economy, with new startups coming out every day.
A group of tech entrepreneurs has been meeting in the city to plan their next steps, with one of them, Arvind Gupta, taking the reins of a new startup, Digital Empowerment India, to create a platform that would empower citizens through a network of citizen empowerment tools.
In a country where social media has become an important tool for mobilising people and mobilising citizens, Gupta is determined to bring the same power to the citizenry through the empowerment of the citizen through digital tools.
“I am excited about the new initiatives we are working on, which will provide a platform for the citizen to have direct access to the government through citizen empowerment platforms, a platform where citizens will be empowered through the use of technology, and to empower the citizens by providing them with a platform of empowerment,” Gupta said.
“We are seeing this in the cities, in the countryside and in villages.
This is not just the start, but it is the beginning.”
The Digital Empowered Citizens Initiative, which Gupta led, was set up by an organisation called Indian Digital Alliance (IDA) in March 2019, which was also the focus of the National Day of the Citizen.
This initiative aims to raise awareness and raise funds for citizen empowerment, as well as improve the quality of life of the people of the country through citizen participation in decisions.
The initiative is aimed at empowering citizens by linking them with various digital platforms, including Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, to give them direct access, to government officials and to politicians through a citizen empowerment platform, according to a statement from the group.
According to the group, this will also empower the public through information sharing, empowering citizens through the participation of their constituents, through the ability to be informed, and through the reduction of waste and waste of the public resources through the sharing of data on people’s lives.
The organisation has also set up the Citizens’ Governance Project, a citizen engagement programme to develop citizen engagement initiatives to ensure that citizens are empowered and empowered to lead their communities in a better way, said Amit Thakur, the managing director of the IDA.