Indian telcos, ISPs block Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine: Report

Several Indian Internet service providers and telecom operators have blocked Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine, which is one of the world’s oldest web history archive site, Medianama reported on Tuesday. Several users have complained on Twitter that they are getting a note stating that the site has been blocked “as per the directions received by the Department of Telecommunications, Government Read more about Indian telcos, ISPs block Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine: Report[…]

Toll collection helps digital payments zip through fast lane

MUMBAI: Toll collection, which is expected to lead the next round of growth for digital payments besides Unified Payments Interface and debit cards, has reached 8.2 million transactions in June. According to data shared by National Payments Corporation of India, digital payments at toll booths rose to 8.2 million in June from 8.1 million in Read more about Toll collection helps digital payments zip through fast lane[…]

India’s march to a cashless society begins with 3 things

In an unscheduled televised appearance on Nov. 8, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced that 500 and 1,000 rupee notes (which accounted for 86 percent of all currency) would be removed from circulation overnight.The purpose of this demonetization policy was to promote fiscal transparency, modernize a complex, cash-centric economy and empower social inclusion.As one would Read more about India’s march to a cashless society begins with 3 things[…]

Malayalam Vikaspedia tops in visitors, content

Kozhikode: The Malayalam version of Vikaspedia, the multi lingual knowledge portal launched by the central government, has outdone 20 other regional language portals of Vikaspedia both in terms of number of visitors and local content. The Malayalam portal has 1.5 crore visitors since its launch in 2014. Also the portal has so far created 38,000 pages of content Read more about Malayalam Vikaspedia tops in visitors, content[…]

Indian telecom regulator invites participation in public Wi-Fi pilot to provide affordable and widespread access to data

The model being explored to provide affordable and secure last mile Wi-Fi access is based on TRAI’s recommendations on ‘Proliferation of Broadband Through Public Wi-Fi Networks’. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued an invitation to entities to be part of a pilot to establish Nation-wide pay-as-you-go Public Data Offices (PDOs), which would provide Wi-Fi hotspots, Read more about Indian telecom regulator invites participation in public Wi-Fi pilot to provide affordable and widespread access to data[…]

Kerala government’s IT policy eyes ‘digital Kerala society’ by 2020

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state cabinet on Wednesday approved the LDF government’s IT policy, the draft of which was published in March for the public and experts to go through and submit their comments and suggestions.The policy will focus on inclusive growth by creating a knowledge powered ‘digital Kerala society’ by 2020, said an official release issued Read more about Kerala government’s IT policy eyes ‘digital Kerala society’ by 2020[…]

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