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Game Changing Ideas

While the country adopts and creates cutting-edge technology, it has before it urgent and basic concerns such as the scarcity of water and electricity, affordable access to information, and financial inclusion.

Pit stops across the past two decades to track how the country has changed.
Solar energy costs more than thermal power, but is becoming more affordable.
India's turn on the information highway may be around the corner with broadband wireless.
India's cloud computing market is expected to reach $16 billion by 2020.
Electronic commodity trading has led to a big rise in volumes, and this is just the beginning.
Some 720 million Indians lack clean water, and public-private partnerships are showing the way.
Like mobiles, low-cost tablets could create economic opportunities.
Phones are likely to replace cash and plastic as a mode of payment.
Besides facilitating inclusion, the unique identification project could spur innovation.