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The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) in India is planning for a change that will bring down roaming tariffs like anything. The DoT is considering a proposal to reduce the number of telecom circles in India from 22 to a single licence with all India coverage of a maximum of four circles.

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After making a wave in the computer peripheral market with their inexpensive but good products, Intex Technologies has now launched its LCD and CRT television range. Intex has already launched their mobile phones and other consumer electronics goods prior to this.

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The Indian Govt. has now agreed to extend the deadline for Blackberry to comply with security related issues till December 31, 2010. So if things do not go all well, then Blackberry users might have to welcome the new year with a new kind of Blackberry – without corporate e-mail and chat!

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After the Google revolution, we have seen many desi search engines coming up from time to time. Well here is a search engine with a difference. Titled as JantaKhoj, this search website is a people search engine for India which manually collects data from different “publicly” available sources. This data is then compiled and put together on the web to make it easily search-able.

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Tata Docomo, known for bringing many firsts in the Indian Telecom industry, will now also become the first private Telecom player to launch 3g cellular services in India – this diwali. Other operators like Vodafone and Reliance are likely to announce their respective 3G services launch date soon.

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The International and Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) has released the reports of a study which was conducted recently by them. The study has some very interesting facts about the behavior of Internet users in India.

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When Google Instant was launched almost a month back, it was not available in many countries including India. Google has now finally started rolling out Google Instant in India (via Google.co.in) and the roll-out is expected to complete all over India by the end of this week.

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Powered by Drupal, the official website of the 19th Commonwealth Games, cwgdelhi2010.org now gets 7 – 8 million page views every day. Additionally, the results page also gets half a million pageviews daily.

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Times Internet has partnered with CWG 2010 to bring a live stream of the games to the masses on Indiatimes.com).

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MapMyIndia has launched a special city guide for Commonwealth Games 2010 venue – Delhi offers detailed maps and information about the dedicated Games lanes, road maps to venues and stadiums, location of hotels, events schedule and other places of utility

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Aircel has launched a first of it’s kind tele-healthcare delivery service for mobile phones in association with the Apollo Hospitals Group. Aimed at addressing the healthcare needs of the masses through tele-medicine, this service provides online interactive healthcare in real-time basis by utilising modern technology and telecommunications.

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Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit organisation behind world’s biggest and free encyclopedia – Wikipedia.com is setting up an office in India. This India office happens to be the first Wikimedia office outside the US for the first time.

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Bharti has announced its entry into the fast-growing mobile handset business with Group firm Beetel launching eight handsets in the price range of Rs 1,750-7,000. Beetel mobile phones will be initially available via a nationwide distribution network of over 4,000 outlets across Delhi, Haryana, UP, Uttaranchal, Rajasthan, Punjab and the seven North Eastern States.

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According to a report released by consulting firm Zinnov Management Consulting, India’s cloud computing market will be around USD 1 billion over the next five years.

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Knitlogix has launched India’s first IT Storage Portal. The portal will help people from these companies to learn, consult, and decide their IT storage infrastructure needs unlike conventional and obsolete methods that end up in wrong choice.

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