The TRAI’s release of comments yesterday in response to its public consultation on OTT Apps and Net Neutrality ended up as a fiasco for both the Regulator and the Activists with Anarchists having the last laugh.
To help the victims of the Nepal earthquake here are few ways you can contribute
Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Smriti Irani, made a passionate speech in the lower house of the Parliament yesterday where she refuted the charge that education is being saffronised.
Nepal Earthquake, Net Neutrality, Japanese PM visiting the US, importance of British Indian votes in UK’s election, anxiety of Kazakhstan, Putin’s obsession with news and much more.
Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani made some interesting revealtions earlier today in the Lok Sabha on how appointments to key Universities were sought to be made during the last few days of the UPA government.
TRAI has organized the large volume of comments received by it during the consultation on OTT Apps and #NetNeutrality as a hierarchy of PDFs
“In response to my previous column on the Net Neutrality, Equality issue, a few sharp readers pointed out that in 2009, I was on the other side of the issue”
Prime Minister Narendra Modi in today’s episode of popular radio series ‘Maan Ki Baat’ talked about the Nepal earthquake that reminded him of the earthquake that rocked Gujarat on the 26th January 2001. The ‘Mann Ki Baat’ episode was broadcast at 11 am.
The COAI, an Industry Association of Cellular Operators, along with the CEOs the member Cellcos yesterday announced the launched of the #SabkaInternet, Sabka Vikas campaign.
Nikhil Pahwa writes – “As a volunteer with SaveTheInternet.in, which is one of many efforts for preservation of Net Neutrality, I wish to clarify that what we are doing is not being determined or controlled by any external entity”