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Under Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government, the country had first been hailed for improvement in its rank on the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business Index. Now, it has added another feather in its cap by jumping 11 ranks in last two years in the United Nation’s E-Government Index. India, which was ranked 118 in year 2014, is now at 96th rank on the index. This survey maps how digital technologies and innovations are impacting the public sector and changing people’s everyday lives.

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Why we need to do better on e-governance Many years ago, in a bid to evangelise the use of the Internet in India, a global technology giant decided to ‘seed’ some non-traditional locations in India with Internet access-enabled devices and free WiFi. These ‘non-traditional’ locations included schools in low-income areas, and slums.

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The new United Nations (UN) E-Government survey ranks digital services across 40 cities, with Moscow topping the list, followed by Cape Town and Tallinn, then London and Paris.

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Fifteen years ago, the United States was the undisputed leader in the evolving world of e-government, where online transactions with government were seen as a powerful engine for improving public services.

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It is heartening to note that Bangladesh has improved its ranking by nine steps -- from 124th to 115th -- in the United Nations E-Government Survey 2018. The country also ranked top amongst the least developed countries. Side by side, the survey titled 'Gearing E-Government to Support Transformation towards Sustainable and Resilient Societies' showed Bangladesh's E-Participation standing improving by 33 notches to reach 51st in 2018 from 84th in 2016. But paradoxically, these developments have taken place despite the fact that Bangladesh suffers from an all-pervasive digital divide as well as widespread social exclusion, where a vast segment of the population remains outside the reach of digital services due to various reasons including poverty and illiteracy. Regrettably, Bangladesh also lags behind its smaller neighbours Sri Lanka, the Maldives and Bhutan as well as the bigger one India.

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The UK has fallen off its perch at the top of the UN’s biennial e-government ranking, dropping three places.

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The UN e-government development index places the UK behind Denmark in first place, Australia in second and South Korea in third.

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The UK has slipped from first to fourth place in the global digital government rankings published biennially by the United Nations.

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KAMPALA. Uganda’s online service index has improved from 50% in 2016 to 57% in 2018 which puts the country in high online service index bracket. This is according to the United Nations E-Government survey 2018.

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TEHRAN -- Iran moves 20 notches up to rank 86 among 193 countries in the United Nations E-Government Development Index (EGDI 2018) in comparison with EGDI 2017, UN website announced on Saturday.

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