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I feel I have done so much good for my people. These stories of poor health care and missing public schools are of no interest to the average Indian newspaper or TV reporter; people like Jeetanram do not figure in his reporting except as casualties in the ongoing conflict between the government and the Maoist extremists, which is the only story in Chhattisgarh that reliably makes the national news. This is media of, by, and for poor indigenous people living in a state controlled by mining companies, militias, and the military. It is the consequence of Indias much-vaunted mobile phone revolution. In September, Reliance Communications launched Indias largest 4G mobile phone network, pledging the cheapest data and voice plans carried over networks that will penetrate the remotest parts of the country. Reliance chairman Ambani declared เดลินิวส์ the dawn of a new age in which the digital life of no Indian is ever threatened by scarcity, poor quality or unaffordability of data, and where access to information knows no barriers. Of course, this plan for national domination could well deliver the opposite: complete control over what anyone on the network reads or sees. But in the context of grassroots projects like CGNet Swara, it also offers hope. In that small room, far from the chatter about scale and monetization, I encountered echoes of a long-forgotten promise made back in 2006 when Time magazine anointed You as its person of the year, celebrating the rise of Web 2.0: Its about the many wresting power from the few and helping one another for nothing and how that will not only change the world, but also change the way the world changes. For the privileged few, that exultant sense of the future has been replaced by anxieties about Facebook privacy and Twitter trolls. However, for the poorest rural Indians, the cellphone has brought new hope, if not of great change, at least of being heard. Digital has performed a public service in India. Its made people fundamentally more accountable, whether it is the press, whether it is the politicians, whether it is business.

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Their job is to regulate women who are wearing pants or clothes that are too colorful." "When I was a student, I remember being drafted to work in the fields during rice-planting season," remembers Kang Jimin. He says the more squeamish students would "scream even at the sight of leeches" at the start but soon get used to working in the environment. "They would not be surprised to see a thick snake passing by them," he says. "Here we can see donju (the elite of North Korea) enjoying their time at the Mirim horse riding club," says Han Song Chol. "It costs about 100,000 KPW an hour to ride horses. Now, that would be equivalent to a four years worth of salary of a normal worker in North Korea." "The man on the right is doing the greeting gesture of the Korean Children's Union: 'Hansang Junbi,' or 'always ready'," says Tertitskiy. "This gesture and phrase was taken from the Soviet Young Pioneers." Kang Jimin has fond memories of Pyongyang's traffic girls. "I remember how awesome they used to look when I was younger," he says. "Me, reaching the age of puberty at the time, would have secretly wanted her skirt to be shorter!" "That device on her waist is the manual traffic light remote," adds Kim Jun Hyok. "This truck is carrying chaff to a pig farm. They are still using a truck from 1958." "The fact that this sort of stuff is still running around is a miracle," adds Kang Jimin.

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