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About n-Logue and Mr. Ashok Jhunjhunwala, Professor, IIT Madras

Posted by egovindia on May 2, 2008

n-Logue and Mr. Ashok Jhunjhunwala, Professor, IIT Madras,

News is that Mr. Ashok Jhunjhunwala resigned from n-Logue Directorship ?

What is going to happen to all the FRANCHISEES ?

What happened to all the funds that were funded?

What happened to money given by Franchisees ??

Any one knows about this ??

What is the status of n-Logue now ?

Mr. Ashok Jhunjhunwla associated with MSSRF ??

M.S. Swaminathan
Research Foundation
3rd Cross Street, Institutional Area
Taramani, Chennai – 600 113, INDIA
Tel: +91-44-2254 1229, 2254 1698
Fax: +91-44-2254 1319
executivedirector@mssrf.res.in
http://www.nva-mssrf.org, http://www.mssrf.org

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Cheating in the name of e-governance. The case of n-logue and Mr.Ashok Jhunjanwalla:
In the name of providing connectivity and internet to the rural masses, the women self help groups of TamilNadu and elsewhere are being deprived of their livelihood by a clever business plan played by Prof.Ashok Jhunjanwalla of IIT, Madras.
This scam is targeted at the subsidy money received by the women self help groups from Government of India. Though the said IIT Professor knows that a 32 kbps outdated wireless system is not good enough for video conferencing, he has been promoting falsehood only to gain income though business.
Mr.Jhunjanwalla is a Director in the company which markets this outdated wireless product. It is to be noted that every district has a District Blindness Control society headed by the respective District Collectors which monitors and supports blindness control.
The entire funding comes from international agencies. Thousands of poor people get 100% financial assistance every year through this exercise.
Whereas Mr.Jhunjanwalla has been promoting falsehood by stating that his outdated wireless system could provide a solution to the blindness of the people through video conferencing (Tele medicine).
What could never be accepted in urban India is being sold to the rural women self help groups using Government contacts/orders with no benefit accruing to the poor women.
The Govt may look into this affair and stop the cheating that goes in the name of e-governance.

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Mission 2007

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Information Village project of MSSRF, ITC’s e-choupal, Drishtee’s Info Kiosks, n-Logue’s ….. (Dr Ashok Jhunjhunwala,. Faculty IIT, Chennai)
http://www.gkpeventsonthefuture.org/marketofopportunities/common/index.cfm?fuseaction=download&documentid=268

`This year 24 Indian cities will deploy CorDECT’

But Mr Ashok Jhunjhunwala, the father of CorDECT Wirelss in Local Loop (WLL), Recently, the TeNeT Group has participated in the formation of n-Logue,
http://www.financialexpress.com/old/fe/daily/20010205/fco05007.html – 21k

Project floated to provide Net, voice connectivity to villages

will be formally launched on January 25, said Mr Ashok Jhunjhunwala, professor, IIT Madras. Meanwhile, n-Logue Communications, a company, which has been
http://www.financialexpress.com/old/fe/daily/20010116/efe16006.html

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2 Responses to “About n-Logue and Mr. Ashok Jhunjhunwala, Professor, IIT Madras”

  1. Vijay said

    N-logue is transitioned into a Trust named Vishal Bharat Grameen Trust, under the care of IIT. The employees, and all the franchisees in the 8 districts are taken care of.

    Far from “vanishing”, my friend. 🙂

    • guru4win said

      What Vijay said was wrong.

      I am the first lsp who was cheated by Mr. Ashok. All the kiosk franchisees and the LSPs was cheated, their money was not refunded. n-Logue Communications present address is not known. My total loss was more than 30 lakhs.

      In the name of e-Governance he still trying to cheat the people, using IIT – Chennai banner.

      I request all IITians to take steps stop this cheating.

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