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The department of telecom services is planning to launch Internet-based telephony.
Sidestepping the wardens
How to avoid the GoI impinging on your privacy online
Net subscriptions are rising fast. India will notch 530,000 by March 2000.
SEBI to approve Net trading rules in January
Aptech appoints partner in South Africa
India Oracle Applications Users' Group formed
Bytes and tykes
Tamil Nadu introduces computer education in state schools.
Venture capital will mould IT industry in India, agree experts
There are only 500 IT companies doing $ 3 billion business. To achieve the target of $ 100 billion in the upcoming decade, a few thousand more companies are necessary, speakers said at a seminar.
'Trust is the one thing that keeps people together'
N R Narayana Murthy on what makes Infosys India's No 1 IT company.
The telecom monolith's new wing will provide cellular services.
Dubai decides its future might lie on the Internet.
The CEO of Computer Associates International, makes a pitch for a new joint venture with Escosoft
The last word
S M Krishna turns computer-savvy in his new avatar
The mouse in the gumshoe
Karnataka's Corps of Detectives has raised a cyber crime squad
Bangalore IT.Com does better this year
Curtains drawn on CSI's 34th annual convention
Law in the time of multimedia
IBM's Indian PC plant forced to import parts
McKinsey report on software industry almost ready
Sodhi calls for revaluation of mobile phone tariff
Mr Nicholas (Patience) Negroponte
The evening when the high priest of the digerati was spoken down to!
India's first e-governance backbone, APSWAN, comes alive
Supreme Court refuses to change verdict on CPP row
Paswan meets senior telecom officers