India: How the Smartphone is Transforming the World's Largest Democracy
n 2000, 20 million Indians had access to the internet; by 2017, 465 million were online, with three Indians discovering the internet every second — mostly on smartphones.
Join Foreign Policy managing editor and former CNN South Asia bureau chief Ravi Agrawal as he take us on a journey across India, through remote rural villages and massive metropolises, to highlight how one tiny device — the smartphone — is effecting staggering changes across all facets of Indian life including the status of women, education, jobs, dating, marriage, family life, commerce and governance.
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