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Report card of the leaders of the world's largest democracy

Neta is an Indian technology platform that lets users rate and review politicians. The idea is to make politicians more accountable and strive for better governance by offering them live feedback.

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Forbes India
Politics is Pratham Mittal's first loveImage: Amit Verma Pratham Mittal likens politicians to restaurants. "After all, both thrive on good ratings," he argues. In an era where nearly everything-from Uber drivers to food joints-can be graded on the internet, the 27-year-old has built an app, aptly named Neta, which allows voters to rate their local politician… See more
Quartz India
A six-month-old New Delhi startup is looking to add a new element to the electoral process in the world's largest democracy: rating politicians. Inspired by the US's approval rating system, 27-year-old serial entrepreneur and Wharton graduate Pratham Mittal has launched a mobile app called Neta, which is attempting to get Indian voters to monitor their elect… See more
One of the common grievances of the public is that they don't get to see more of their elected leaders once the polls are complete. How do you make leaders aware about your concerns and that they should be taken seriously? One way is to reach out to them through Facebook and Twitter or governance-related portals and applications.
New Delhi: As the 2019 elections draw near, civic technology apps in India such as Neta, Next Election and Civis. Vote are gaining traction with users as they give citizens a voice in the country's decision-making process. The Neta app currently has more than 100,000 downloads on Google Play, though its founder, Pratham Mittal, claims the actual number of us… See more
Read more about BJP poised to lose as many as 70-seats if LS elections held now: Neta app on Business Standard. Pratham Mittal, Neta app's founder, said over 15 million verified voters have already rated or reviewed their local leaders across 543 parliamentary constituencies and 4120 assembly constituencies
The Times of India
NEW DELHI: An app that allows voters to rate and review their political representatives and aims to foster political accountability and transparency among leaders was launched here on Friday. Aptly called Neta app, which was unveiled by former President Pranab Mukherjee, the technology platform will let users rate their MLAs and MPs and is being billed as an… See more
The Indian Express
Former President Pranab Mukherjee Friday launched the National Electoral Transformation or NETA mobile application, a platform where voters can review and rate their elected representatives and hold them accountable as well. "A good democracy cannot function without informed voters, good leaders, accountability and complete transparency," Mukherjee said at t… See more
Amar Ujala
'नेता एप' ने अपने सर्वे में बताया है कि राजस्थान में मुख्यमंत्री पद के लिए उनकी पहली पसंद कांग्रेसी नेता अशोक गहलौत हैं। दूसरे नंबर पर भाजपा की निवर्तमान मुख्यमंत्री वसुंधरा राजे सिंधिया हैं और तीसरा स्थान कांग्रेसी नेता सचिन पायलट को मिला है। करीब 45 लाख लोगों ने 'नेता
Navbharat Times
हाइलाइट्स नेता ऐप का दावा है कि यह सर्वे 2 करोड़ लोगों के बीच किया गया है सर्वे के हिसाब से कांग्रेस 2014 के मुकाबले बेहतर प्रदर्शन करती दिख रही है, लेकिन सरकार बनाने की होड़ से काफी दूर है भाजपा को 2019 में 128 सीट मिलने का अनुमान व्यक्त
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Facebook co-founder Sean Parker bankrolled Brigade to get out the vote and stimulate civic debate, but after five years and little progress the startup is splitting up, multiple sources confirm to TechCrunch. We've learned that Pinterest has acqhired roughly 20 members of the Brigade engineer...
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Online voting secured by the blockchain

Voatz is eliminating the long lines, paper ballots, and security concerns of voting. Vote from the convenience of home, with the auditable security of the blockchain.

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Voatz enables citizens to vote in many types of elections and voting events via a secured smartphone or tablet. Past attempts at Internet based voting have failed to gain traction due to fundamental concerns around security, auditability, and voter anonymity.
Mobile-focused voting company Voatz today announced a $2.2 million seed round to roll out blockchain-based voting in the U.S. One of blockchain technology's big promises is that it will be a democratizing force, and the blockchain community has long talked about making voting more secure, reliable, and unhackable.
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