Narendra Modi's website back in bigger, better avatar


Narendra Modi
Ahmedabad, Feb 22: It is a known fact that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has a formidable presence in the Internet and is active through his inspiring tweets and posts mostly with regards to the development of Gujarat. His popular personal website has also been lauded for showcasing his views on varied topics. The same site has been revamped to a bigger and better avatar.

Apart from apparent changes in the look and feel of the site as a whole, the website has also added certain innovative features like a 'You Said It’ section where users can post messages or comments that will be displayed on the website! [Read: Modi suggests 'Mobile Governance' for 'Good Governance']

The other impressive additions in the website include a ‘Citizen Journalism’ section that enables users to write articles, share stories or upload photographs that will also be displayed. Aiming to bring the leader closer to the masses, the site will also feature Modi’s biography, latest news about Gujarat to details about the key Government initiatives. [Read: Narendra Modi is now following you on Twitter!]

Bringing the site more in touch with the issues that matter to the public, there is also a ‘Media Coverage’ section where users can share news stories and a ‘Citizen Journalism’ section that enables users to write articles and upload photographs that would be shared on the site.

The fact that Modi is a known believer in technology is interpreted by one and all. He intends to incorporate this very technology in the working of the government. [Read: After terrorism, now Railway Protection haunts Narendra Modi]

For his initiatives, he was awarded the e-Ratna for his contribution to e-Governance in Nov 2011 by the Computer Society of India (CSI). Apart from this, he has also achieved the 'Award of Excellence- Departmental Level’ at the CSI Nihilent e-Governance Awards 2011 for his pioneering ICT initiatives. The e-Gov strategies and ICT enabled initiatives at the CMO were awarded the ‘Best Government to Citizen Initiative of the Year Award’ at the e-India Summit December 2011.

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