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February 27-March 3
While hyperlinking Andhra Pradesh...
Rentala Chandrashekhar, the state's wireman, shows how government can make people click.
Penguins can fly too!
The best things for ISPs come free. Srikant Sreenivasan roots for Linux, OSS and freeware.
MS versus Jolly Roger
Swashbuckling crusaders from Redmond challenge Long John Silvers of the Indian coast.
K Kannan bares a banker's soul to the IT industry.
Black leather jacket?
Nah! That was the Sixties. The trip now is to spook VSNL's shell account into doing graphics!
Here's a quick take on the government's plan for the ISPs.
The money machines
Fast computers and networks are the only hope for India's finance sector, argues N Vittal.
An idea whose time's not come
The ISP Association of India has been set up. Now all they need are members ;-)
Dilip D'souza is Y2K compliant!
Are you? What follows 1999? If you said 2000, you goofed. The trick answer is 2K.
Digitally, Dr Watson!
The CBI sets up a Cyber Crime Unit.
The foreign hand
The International Telecom Union will help the Indian government draft its new telecommunications policy.
Click here for money!
ICICI Bank is moving into real-time online banking on the Internet.
VSNL and govt quibble over extending telecom tax sops to Internet services
Phone tariffs redo decision next week
LTITL announces Seagate Info 7
United Telecoms bags AP govt network job
TamilNet's invited help for Tamil keyboard standard
STPI enters alliance with CMG
Autodesk announces AutoCAD upgrade programme
Kerala to set up Rs 300 million IT management school
Electronic governance proof of concept centre at IIM
Cellular operators may weed out dormant subscribers
Tata-IBM changes market focus
SGI India launches NT workstations
Videocon marries multimedia computer to 25-inch TV
CBS to sink Rs 120 million in Indian subsidiary
STPI to focus on small and medium enterprises
MDC set to spread wings
Group of ministers to put hardware report on fast track
Philips may tie up with VSNL for 'Internet TV'
CMC declares results
Koshika to help DoT set up rural network.
Only 30 % with means to log on own Net connections
Cellular investors offer their stakes to BPL Mobile
HCL launches its first ready-to-use package
Minister hints at hike in phone tariff.
Govt trips efforts for PC sales ambition.
MTNL buyback rate fixed at Rs 176 per share
Karvy enters information technology industry
Gujrat CM announces incentives for rapid growth of IT
Tamilnet 99 will standardise Tamil keyboard
Internet reaches Sikkim
Pitroda sells 'IT for socioeconomic transformation'
Infotech ties up with Navionics
Aditi's 'Talisma' is first Indian product on MS' SBN site
IBM and Aptech tie up for e-business opportunity
Strabus has two big domestic jobs in pocket
Wipro will do billing and fraud management for Modi-Telstra