India is set for a “digital revolution” as it implements an $18 billion programme to expand high-speed Internet access and offer government services online, the nation’s communications minister said. Goals include broadband Internet for 250,000 clusters of villages by 2016 at a cost of about $5.9 billion, cloud storage for citizens and making banking and other data accessible via mobile phones, communications and information technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said. 

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