In its constant endeavour to bridge the digital divide and take the technology benefits to the masses – particularly the have-nots – Raman Media Network (RMN) has launched its RMN Community Court service.
The new service will act as an online interface between warring parties to find out amicable solutions to different types of conflicts. Using this service, employees can complain against their difficult bosses, while bosses can take naughty workers to task. Consumers can report about the cunning vendors and latter can come out with their side of the story.
Dunno if this service will be helpful for poor husbands to bring their cheating wives back on track or for suppressed women to teach a lesson to their straying men, but there’s no harm in trying.
The idea is to pull off out-of-court settlements to various disputes using the online RMN Community Court service. If and when required, the scope of the service can be extended to facilitate physical interactions between the parties.
RMN has also produced books under its “Raman’s Tech Tale Series: Knowledge Stories for Children” brand. Each book in the series aims to act as a catalyst to achieve the larger objective of ‘bridging the digital divide.’
As efforts are being made all over the world to take the technology benefits to the masses or the underprivileged sections of society, these books will empower people to take a step in that direction.
The case details will be made available online while giving an opportunity to the other party to reply. These cases will also be publicized using traditional media and digital media (including social media) channels.
With this introduction, I request you to spread the word about this service among your family members, friends, and colleagues. You can also write your comments, feedback, and suggestions in the ‘Comments’ area given below.
If you want to send related documents by post, you can use the following address:
Raman Media Network
463, DPS Apts., Plot No. 16
Sector 4, Dwarka, Phase I
New Delhi 110 075, INDIA