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Study of Indian Universal Service Instruments

A draft version of the research report submitted by Payal Malik and Harsha de Silva titled “Diversifying Network Participation: Study of India’s Universal Service Instruments” is now available for download as a PDF document.
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Study of Indian Universal Service Instruments – Draft Report

1 Comment to Study of Indian Universal Service Instruments

  1. samarajiva's Gravatar samarajiva
    February 25, 2006 at 8:34 pm | Permalink

    It appears that Harsha’s recommendatins are being implemented:

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