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Kapoor, A., Practising data stewardship in India, early questions, Ada Lovelace Institute (2020), available at: https://www.adalovelaceinstitute.org/practising-data-stewardship-in-india/).
Adapted from: Ada Lovelace Institute, Exploring Principles for Data Stewardship: a case study analysis (2020), under a CC-BY 4.0 license.
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