Monthly Archives: March 2015

Data Science

Data Science approach of US Government – we have a lot to learn, and much to gain if we do. Our software professionals work to improve other countries. Does our government invite them? Not evidenced.

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New Mouse Trap from ECI – any takers?

“India set to become first country to have no duplicacy in voters’ list: CEC HS Brahma,” reads a headline in DNA India. This is music to my ears. Dr. Ashwin Mahesh states  “CEC tells 3 lies in 1 sentence – … Continue reading

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Thank You

On 14 March, Namma Bengaluru Foundation recognised my social work with an award under Citizen Individual category. I am grateful to the foundation and the citizens of Bangalore for bestowing this honour on me. The recognition was mainly for my … Continue reading

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Update on Last Blog

I had written to ECI before blogging   about them not providing link from their home page to update Adhaar data with voter records though claimed so in their press release.  Today as a pleasant surprise I received a call from the IT Director … Continue reading

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No Coherence between ECI Claims and Reality, Again

An ECI press note about “Launching of National Electoral Roll Purification and Authentication Programme (NERPAP)” made me feel very happy. Today’s news report also announces this. During the programme, Electors Photo Identity Card (EPIC) data of electors will be linked … Continue reading

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