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RIM is finally out with a solution with which the Govt. seems to be happy. The company has proposed to offer cloud based monitoring services to the Indian Govt. which is not even close to the Govt.’s earlier demand of asking RIM to setup a server in India.

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Ahmedabad based Aryan Global Networks has come up with an innovative free calling service for mobile phones, which can come handy during emergencies and of-course when your prepaid account balance reduces to zero.

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LinkedIn has released a set of most commonly used keywords by LinkedIn’s Indian users on their professional profiles on the website. Make sure you do not have even one of these words on your LinkedIn profiles.

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According to a survey conducted by IAMAI, the online advertising market in India, including both text and display ads, is expected to grow by 26 per cent to Rs 993 crore in the upcoming financial year.

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Google Zeitgeist 2010 lists 10 most popular brands in India based on the volume of search queries generated from India.

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Times of India Group’s consumer internet division, Times Internet recently launched a spiritual networking website “SpeakingTree.in”. The website has been named after a daily column “Speaking Tree” which appears on the editorial page of Times Of India’s print edition.

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iYogi’s enormous growth in a short period made sure that the company does not go un-noticed by potential investors and none other than Sequoia Capital India invested $30 million in the Noida based company.

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LinkedIn’s new feature – “Company Pages” has now been made available to all Indian Companies irrespective of the company size and it’s business.

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In order to enable more and more common investors to participate in the capital markets, the Indian Government has decided to launch investor education Web sites in all regional languages.

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FashionAndYou.com, an online retail shop for luxury fashion goods in India recently raised $8 million investment from Sequoia Capital, India division. In other news, RedBus.in – a bus-ticket vending website has been named as the startup of the year!

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To boost broadband penetration in the country, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has suggested rolling out an optical fibre cable network across the country at a whopping cost of Rs 60,000 crore.

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eBay recently conducted the online India census 2010 and the results of this census point to only one direction – e-commerce in India is booming!

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Bharti Airtel is all set to launch it’s IPTV (IP Television) service in Bangalore this week. Bharti has already launched Airtel IPTV in the Delhi NCR region and is being actively used by 40,000 users. Existing Airtel broadband customers can get IPTV with a top up of Rs 249 per month.

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Around 30,000- 35,000 customers in Haryana have requested to change their cellular operator as per MNP. This number happens to be just less than 1% of the 17 million strong consumer base in Haryana. Looks like MNP has not picked up with Indian user as expected.

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Reliance Communications has launched a new mobile data portal called R World that aims to provide 3G mobile Internet and data services to it’s 120 million subscribers.

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