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At the start of January, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella praised India’s digital infrastructure, saying the country had a huge lead over others.

Now, seven nations are set to sign up for India Stack's digital public goods, union minister of state Rajeev Chandrasekhar told us.

As many as seven countries will sign up to use India Stack's digital public goods, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, union minister of state for electronics and information technology, told us.

These agreements will be signed at the World Government Summit that will be held from February 13 to 15 in Dubai where more than 140 countries are expected to participate.

Sources said these countries are mainly interested in DigiLocker, a secure cloud-based platform for storing, sharing and verifying documents. About 14.4 crore Indians have used the platform so far.

Other platforms on offer are foundational identity programmes like the Modular Open Source Identity Platform (MOSIP)

instant real time payments system Unified Payments Interface (UPI), Covid vaccination platform CoWIN and Health Stack.

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