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Mobiles per 1,000 in various Indian states


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chilluchillu
how many toilets per 1000......
by chilluchillu (View MyPage) on Oct 02, 2011 11:25 AM

which is more important....cost of unwanted items like mobile phones as low whereas cost of essential commodities are up....

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raman govindan
subscriber base of more than 851 million,
by raman govindan (View MyPage) on Sep 29, 2011 10:31 PM  | Hide replies

nothing to be proud about!

we import most the telecom eqipments, technology, there is less indigenous capacity in the above areas!

the growth in tele density is because of the technology for which we had not contributed except for screw driver based assemly lines/technology!

our real status is presented on the HDI parameters give out by the UNDP

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Sheetal Kaur
Re: subscriber base of more than 851 million,
by Sheetal Kaur (View MyPage) on Sep 30, 2011 04:12 AM
Who does not import, UK is upgrading its exchanges and all are imported Ericsson MD110s from Norway.
And UK invented telecommunications.


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raman govindan
Re: Re: subscriber base of more than 851 million,
by raman govindan (View MyPage) on Sep 30, 2011 07:24 PM
our import is almost double of our exports. if we continue in this fashion we may have to mortgage our country to the exporting nations!

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Mogu Engineers
Re: Re: Re: subscriber base of more than 851 million,
by Mogu Engineers (View MyPage) on Oct 08, 2011 06:38 PM
India shld stop importing from China. Its killing our industries.

- Rajiv Gupta

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Loga
Poverty can be calculated on the base of No of Mobile Users and n
by Loga (View MyPage) on Sep 29, 2011 06:32 AM  | Hide replies

Poverty can be calculated on the base of No of Mobile Users and no of homes now have TV sets in India.
India has more then 850 million of Mobile users in the world 2nd highest after China. Out of every 100 Indian 70 are using Mobile phone.Even a beggar in the street is holding Mobile Phone in India and 70 per cent of homes now have TV sets.

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piri
Re: Poverty can be calculated on the base of No of Mobile Users a
by piri (View MyPage) on Sep 29, 2011 10:09 PM
So the beggar holding a mobile phone is to be deemed NOT POOR !

And that is exactly how we have just 26 % poor as per the Planning commission instead of the real figure of around 78 % (as per the world bank) !!

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Ramesh Babu
Re: Re: Poverty can be calculated on the base of No of Mobile Use
by Ramesh Babu (View MyPage) on Sep 29, 2011 10:32 PM
A beggar may have a cell phone and not enough money to eat, afford clean water, a place to sleep or send his kids to school.

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Ramesh Babu
Re: Re: Poverty can be calculated on the base of No of Mobile Use
by Ramesh Babu (View MyPage) on Sep 29, 2011 10:32 PM
A beggar may have a cell phone and not enough money to eat, afford clean water, a place to sleep or send his kids to school.

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Sujit Maharana
Only 11
by Sujit Maharana (View MyPage) on Sep 29, 2011 12:48 AM

Where are the Other States..Please correct the title to few Indian States not Various..

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Tom Dick
Freedom of speech
by Tom Dick (View MyPage) on Sep 28, 2011 11:27 AM

Student to teacher: Sir do you believe in freedom of speech?
Teacher: Yes, of course.
Student: Then why do phone companies charge you?

Ok jokes apart>>> How many toilets in India per thousand?
Well over 50% Indians may have phones but less than 30% Indianshave toilets. Now you know where the priority lies.

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MKeny
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by MKeny (View MyPage) on Sep 28, 2011 11:10 AM

I heard of several IT reputed company person committing suicide by jumping off from hirise company premises for flimsy reasons out of thin air. Unless they were forced to do it by their HR how will a very sane IIT trained graduate could do so, unless they were put on short leash of life by the HR itself to maximize its productivity goals.

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khemaji Bheel
Mobile density
by khemaji Bheel (View MyPage) on Sep 28, 2011 11:05 AM  | Hide replies

More tele density - progress of the State.

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MKeny
Re: Mobile density
by MKeny (View MyPage) on Sep 28, 2011 01:11 PM
Would not have any hiccups catching your ibex by its beard

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MKeny
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by MKeny (View MyPage) on Sep 28, 2011 11:01 AM  | Hide replies

A SIM card does not come for less than 600-1000 startup charge plus recurring monthly bill, unless now the service providers have started giving itup for free to increase customer base rapidly to gain market share for a "specific reason". What can a below 32 / day spending capacity person will be able to afford a mobile phone.

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MKeny
Re: ..
by MKeny (View MyPage) on Sep 28, 2011 11:03 AM
The specific reason can be any thing

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