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Prohibitory orders were also relaxed in the Kishtwar district but curfew remained in force in the Bhaderwah town for the fifth day in a row
The district administration also extended the prohibitory orders imposed on Joda town, the site of the clashes, for another 24 hours
Ghazipur takes centrestage as farmers from Uttarakhand, western UP join sit-in; internet services suspended at protest sites
The farmers held a day-long fast on Saturday, paying tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his death anniversary, as the stir appeared to regain momentum after rallying support from the farmer community of the crucial western Uttar Pradesh region
Govt allows airlines to provide in-flight Wi-Fi services to passengers; pilot-in-command may permit Internet services access
While taking the delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 aircraft at Everett on last Friday, Vistara CEO Leslie Thng had told reporters that it would be the first plane in India to provide in-flight Wi-Fi services.
Clashes in Meghalaya over CAA: Toll rises to two, 10 injured; curfew reimposed in parts of Shillong, mobile internet suspended in six districts
Parts of Meghalaya remained tense after two were left dead and ten others injured in clashes between two groups in the past 24 hours over the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Curfew reimposed in some parts of Shillong day after one dies in clashes over CAA; internet services suspended in six Meghalaya districts
Curfew was reimposed Saturday in some areas of Shillong after one person was killed in clashes between KSU members and non-tribals during a meeting on CAA and inner line permit (ILP)
Jammu and Kashmir to open for tourists from 10 Oct; Governor Satya Pal Malik directs lifting of security advisory issued in August
Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on Monday directed lifting an over two-month-old advisory which had asked tourists to leave the Valley due to 'terror threat'
Inform control room about rumour mongers, J&K Police tells public after Jammu residents resort to panic buying on Sunday
Jammu and Kashmir Police has appealed to the people to inform the police control room (PCR) regarding any person spreading rumours or malicious content after Jammu saw panic buying and heavy rush outside fuel stations
Bengaluru may face disruption in telecom services as local municipal body, industry spar over payments
The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has ordered to cut telecom cables laid over the ground, citing them to be non-compliant with existing norms
Non-essential social media sites like Facebook have been blocked to preserve much-needed bandwidth.
The IAMAI report expects the number of Internet users in the country to increase 1.6 times from 481 million at present to 762 million in 2022 due to the proliferation of affordable Internet connectivity
Algeria had turned off its internet nationwide during high school exams in a bid to tackle cheating. Blackouts are expected continue throughout the exam season, till 25 June.
The listing is expected to give Beijing-based, Cayman-domiciled Xiaomi a market value of between $80 billion and $100 billion, just eight years after it came onto the scene in China, people familiar with the plans told Reuters.
Telecom regulator Trai on Friday recommended allowing mobile telephony and Internet services for passengers during air travel in the country through both satellite and terrestrial network.
President Ram Nath Kovind inaugurates Andhra Pradesh Fibre Grid project, which will provide internet services at subsidised rates
The Andhra Pradesh State Fibernet Limited which is implementing the project is offering two other plans of Rs 399 and Rs 599 for households.
he Project Loon is providing internet services to these people who have web access AT&T communications and have 4G LTE-enabled handset.
Mobile phone services were totally shut down in Pakistan's biggest city on Saturday as a security measure for Muharram processions taken out by Shia Muslims
Internet service which was suspended in Tripura following the killing of a journalist on 20 September would continue for another 48 hours.
Several shops remained open in Darjeeling as the situation in the hills remained tensed as the indefinite shutdown called by GJM for a separate state of Gorkhaland entered its 99th day.
The police arrested two women GJM activists in Darjeeling on Thursday for their alleged involvement in violence and arson that rocked the hills in June.