In order to make our leaders hi-tech and to reduce paper work, parliament has decided to sanction around 50000 rupees to each MP for buying an iPad or other high end tablets. MPs are expected to read proposed bills, budget speeches, and other parliamentary schedules on these iPads and not insist on getting a physical copy. Not sure about the MPs, but the iPad surely has come a long way.


ipad - from Steve Jobs to Lalu Yadav

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10 Responses to “A brief history of iPad – from Apple stores to the Indian parliament”

  1. LOL! thats why Steve Jobs resigned, he couldn’t have afforded to be in the same frame of this photo 😀

  2. seemantini August 30, 2011

    Ok..That explains the resignation.

  3. Rajiv Kumar August 30, 2011

    now we know the real reason of Steve Job’s resignation 🙂

  4. Laloo ji should fill the vaccant chair at Apple Inc.

  5. How much I detest this Lalu guy!