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Bharat to have 45 massive data centres by 2025-end, Mumbai to lead

Buoyed by the growing demand, over 45 data centres spanning 13 million square feet and 1,015 MW of IT capacity are planned to come...

e-Governance in Bharat

Electronic governance or e-governance refers to the functioning of the government using ICT (Information and Communications Technology) as tools. The objective of e-Governance is...

Developing indigenous technology need of the hour: Rajnath Singh

Developing new technologies indigenously is the need of the hour, said Defence Minister Rajnath Singh pointing out that it is extremely important not just...

Government bodies move to desi app Koo, toughen stance against Twitter

Toughening its stance against Twitter after the microblogging site failed to respond to a notice issued by the government highlighting the violation of Section...

Anti-Facebook platform MeWe soars, adds 2.5mn users in 1 week

As people scout for new social media platforms in the wake of the latest WhatsApp-Facebook data sharing controversy, US-based social network MeWe has become...

Twitter’s labelling of Amit Malviya’s tweet shows the tech major’s narrative manipulation is now out in open

Twitter on Wednesday tagged a tweet by BJP's Information & Technology department national in-charge Amit Malviya as “manipulated media”. This is a dangerous development...

Twitter targeting TrueIndology for sharing inconvenient truths?

If you had to pick one social media voice that has rattled the whole of the left-liberal anti-Hindu establishment, many would choose TrueIndology (@tiinexile)....

Facebook, Twitter arbitrarily censuring nationalistic content: MP Tejasvi Surya

BJP member Tejasvi Surya has raised the issue of social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook arbitrarily censuring content posted by users, especially those...

118 Chinese apps, including PUBG, banned

Amidst the ongoing tense stand-off with China in Ladakh and rest of LAC, the Government has taken one more step to show China that...

Localisation catches on, youth suggest replacements for banned Chinese apps

Following the ban on Chinese apps, the call for localisation and Swadeshi has grown louder. Bharatiyas have not just started to shun Chinese apps...

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