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Corcoran, Elizabeth
July 2006
Forbes Asia;7/24/2006, Vol. 2 Issue 13, p88
The article focuses on the efforts of B. Ramalinga Raju of Satyam Computer Service Ltd. to introduce high-technology propensity to rural backwaters of India through his Byrraju Foundation. The project also offers a profit motive for Satyam. To bring middle-class hopes to India's poverty-stricken villages is the motivation of Raju for the project. The GramIT rural data centers to be established by Raju is for people with community college educations.


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