New Delhi, 15 September 2018.

To keep pace with this fast-moving world people are contingent on the use of technology and a phone is the first in this line. Smartphones provide a good range of services to the user, thanks to the convergence of technology. People are engaged with their smartphones more than with the real people. This eventually leads to gaps in the relation, however, at the same time, it gives us a way to connect globally with millions. Now the question is, Is the increased popularity of smartphones bringing us together or dividing us further?

American Center New Delhi has organized a session to put light on this matter on 21st September 2018, 6 pm to 7 pm at the American Center New Delhi. The dialogue will be enriching as Ravi Agarwal, Managing Editor, Foreign Policy and author of “India Connected: How the Smartphone Is Transforming the World’s Largest Democracy” and Snigdha Poonam, author, and journalist discuss how smartphones are making and unmaking the country.


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Also, note the following points for convenience.
• Please be seat by 5:30 p.m.
• Please carry a valid photo identification in original with you for entry.
• The American Center is a two-minute walk from the Barakhamba Road Metro Station.
• Mobile phones are allowed within the American Center.
• Please DO NOT BRING laptops, tablets or power banks into the building; these CANNOT be stored at the security station.
• For security reasons, photography through mobile phones or any other devices is prohibited.
• American Center does not provide parking on its premises.
• Media planning to cover events at the American Center are requested to notify the Embassy’s Press Office in advance at +91 11 2419 8814.
• All visitors may be featured in photos or video to be used for promotional purposes or on social media.


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