The chips are down for ISPs as they scramble for marketshare. And a shakeout looks inevitable.
Villages, long neglected by DoT, go cellular as private operators tap a nascent market
The agency is told it has no case against Balasubramaniam
Economic slowdown, feeble policies, low investor confidence, everything's going wrong in the FM
Indian Netpreneurs are only beginning to trawl the future. The first success stories.
Monopoly is finally over—the entry of private players will spur the proliferation of the Internet
Higher processing speed is what the world's heading for
Come 2005, and the Metro may end Delhiites' commuting woes
Cardiac tele-medicine becomes a reality as telecom and surgery come together at the Escorts Heart Institute
Thanks to Enterprise Resource Planning, a CEO now knows every detail of his firm.
The British Telecom chief maps the future of the infotech world
Making sense of the Assam crisis
Did his $2-billion worth of crooked deals trigger off the Asian economic meltdown? Meet...
Private operators may lose out to MTNL's cheaper cellphone services if the Delhi high court order remains...
A software nightmare looms large, but sadly most Indian companies still have not woken up to the Y2K challenge
Taxpayers are picking up the telephone tabs of defaulting politicians and businessmen
Three new schemes, courtesy the FM, in a move to declog and boost the economy
There's hope yet for Delhi's accident-prone denizens
India's first privatised service gives DOT a run for its money
Industry euphoria gives way to scepticism, as Sinha buckles under vociferous protests