Title: E-governance at the grass roots: SAARC ContextAt the age of the Internet and its evolutionary technologies nations have taken keen interest in utilizing information and communication technologies to upgrade the livelihood of citizens. Governments have initiated multi-faceted programs and efforts to provide enhanced services through means and methods that are being facilitated by the Internet. Forms and norms of services have taken shapes and domains depending on the maturity of ICTs in their countries and communities. This paper will explore situations of electronic forms of government, which it argues is a pre-requisite to reach the common mass of people. Particularly, the paper will review the emancipation of ICTs in eight countries of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). It investigates some basic parameters of ICTs retrieving archived data from various institutions and organizations.
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