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Corrective steps taken to complete BharatNet proj by 2018: Government
Money Control

Corrective steps taken to complete BharatNet proj by 2018: Gov...

BharatNet project, earlier known as National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN), was launched in 2011 by the previous government and has already missed several deadlines. Money Control, 1 month ago

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Hry vigorously pursued strengthening digital infra: Khattar

Haryana vigorously pursued strengthening of digital infrastructure and ensured rollout of National Optic Fibre Network to 4,051 gram panchayats and connected 1,277 offices to State Wide Area Network, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar told Assembly today.
 DNA1 month ago

Tejas Networks bets big on Digital India

Bengaluru-based telecom equipment company Tejas Networks has developed optical and data networking products that will be used for projects for 'Digital India' as well as for building high speed data networks globally. Talking to Deccan Herald , Tejas Networks ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

PM Modi reviews performance of key infrastructure sectors

[India], Apr 26 (ANI): In an endeavour to ensure efficient and speedy development, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reviewed progress of key infrastructure sectors. The Prime Minister reviewed the working in sectors including roads, railways, airports, ports, ...
 Sify2 days ago

Does the key to Digital India lie with your local cable operator?

The cable TV industry has connected more than 100 million households in the country. If a feasible business model is worked out for cable operators, they will not only build the last-mile networks, but also market them among the local population telling people the benefits as well as how to utilise them, says T V Ramachandran. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com.  With the announcement by ACT Fibernet in March this year, Hyderabad has become India's first city to offer one gigabyte per ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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'India aims to bring broadband to every village by 2018'

New Delhi - India aims to bring high-speed digital connectivity to every village by 2018 and is keen to share expertise in the area with other nations, the government said on Tuesday. "India's Department of Telecom, under the Universal Services Obligation ...
 Sify2 months ago
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PM takes a dig at Rahul Gandhi, says 'earthquake has occurred'

It was a virtual face-off between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Congress in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. Replying to a debate on the motion of thanks for the President’s address to the joint sitting of Parliament, the Prime Minister, in his ...
 DNA2 months ago
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Biometric Aadhaar payment system to usher technological revolution in India: Pranab Mukherjee

BHIM has become one of the most popular mobile payment apps within days of launch, President Pranab Mukherjee said today, exuding confidence that soon-to -be unveiled biometric Aadhaar payment system will usher in a "technological revolution" in India. "The ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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