Information and Communication Technology: Researches in Uttarakhand sets out to illustrate the application of ICTs for recasting development in India and several other developing societies. This path-breaking book explores the applications of ICTs in ruraldevelopment. Another major focus of the book is the implication of Information Communication tolls as Mobile Phone, Media Mix,Television, e- Chaupal and Community Radio in the era of globalization. The book raises several fundamental questions on development policy and communication research and responds to the polemic issue of bridging the digital divide in India that can inspire the development efforts of several developing countries. The scholars of international strength who have broadened the ICT for development debate have great pleasure in recommending this book to academia,researchers, policy framers and professionals in communication and information science, IT, development studies, extension studies, rural development, development economics and planning and social policy.