Ebook booking and ebook econ in Delhi

By Jharkhand’s Econ-e-Book Congress (ECBC) Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi has said the government will make book booking easier in Delhi and states across the country.

He also said the Congress government will soon announce a new digital economy strategy.

The ECBC, an organization of academics and technologists, held a series of forums and roundtables in the last few weeks to discuss issues such as how best to promote e-commerce in India, how to improve connectivity, and how to connect India to other developing countries.

The group has been pushing for a Digital India Strategy.

While the EBC has been a member of the government since January this year, the focus of the group has shifted to the digital economy.

“We are talking about digitization.

The digital economy is one of the major pillars of the Digital India strategy,” Gandhi said.

“There is a digital strategy that the government has been developing, but we have to take the right steps to be part of it.

I am in favour of digital economy and I will take steps to implement it,” he added.

In an interview with NDTV, Gandhi said the ECBC will be working with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to make bookings easier.

“The ECB has been working with Ministry of Telecom and has come up with a plan to make booking easier,” he said.

“There are many people who are struggling with booking their ebooks.

The government will be doing the right thing.

The next government will have to put in place a digital economy plan,” he further added.

According to the ECB’s website, it has been in existence for almost 40 years and it was founded by a group of scholars and professionals to provide a forum for the dissemination of knowledge and knowledge-based research.

The organization is also part of the National Library of India and the Association for the Promotion of E-learning.