South Africa batsman Dean Elgar withdraws from the third Test against India after being hit on the helmet by a short-pitched delivery.Read more
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There are 450 million smartphone users in India - the second-highest number globally, behind only China. Dirt-cheap data and affordable mobile phones are driving this boom in connectivity. It’s bringing key services like healthcare, education and banking to millions, and for both local and foreign companies, India is becoming a preferred market for their next billion users. Yet parts of India remain under-penetrated with lack of infrastructure and connectivity. A significant population is still in the dark. #WorklifeIndia asks how the mobile revolution is transforming India and impacting our lives, and how digital inclusion can be achieved. Presenter: Devina Gupta Contributors: P Balaji, chief regulatory and corporate affairs officer, Vodafone Idea Limited; Rudra Dalmia, executive director, Paytm Mall; Tanvi Sharma, telecom analyst, Counterpoint Research
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