Discussion in 'General Indian Domain Name Discussion' started by the_poet, Oct 24, 2011.
450,000 new .IN registrations in less than 2 years! Amazing!
Thanks but has there been an official announcement from the Registry? The article makes it sound like they are quoting NIXI.
I was under the same impression.
It seems they are quoting the talks they have with some NIXI officials but there is no official announcement yet from registry.
Few months back in Hyderabad meeting by CDAC, one of the senior Registry official quoted in his address that .IN registry has crossed 1 million mark. (some IN Forum Members were also there)
As per our detailed talk with Registry officials they are planning celebrations but they will come with announcement some time in last week of November.
Rest assured we will inform all of you well in advance.
It has been confirmed in this news item LetÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s make the Internet equitable - Columns - livemint.com
Additional secretary in the information technology ministry, suggests that all telecommunications firms should provide users a free domain name corresponding to their mobile number, with .IN extension.
If by any chance this plan becomes a reality then we will soon have 1 Billion .IN names
The news has been reported today by DomainMonster.com
Everybody is quoting the same Mint story by Osama Manzar, we dont know whether its actually true or just a guestimate unless it is officially announced...
One Million mark is already crossed , we confirm the same but waiting for official announcement. First time this news was reported on this forum only by us.
Hello Mitsu team,
do you know if a public official announcement has been released? What are the figures today regarding .in and .co.in extensions?
No public announcement yet, but figures already crossed 1.5 million.
In Registry officials are extremely busy since last few month ..............
We too are waiting.............
1.5 Million - wow! That's fast approaching .us and .ca levels.
Thank you very much for the update. Figures are really promising.
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