Digital India to contribute $1 trillion to the Indian economy: Ravi Shankar Prasad

In his inaugural address at FICCI Frames 2016 in Mumbai, Prasad highlighted how the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative of Digital India will co...

BSNL gets notice from telecom ministry post Facebook complaint

According to media reports, the Telecom Ministry has issued notices to state-owned BSNL, MTNL and India Posts after Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad...

Net Neutrality: Govt extends deadline for public comments to August 20th

Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has said, “Last date for submission of suggestions & comments on report of committee on Net Neut...

Monitor and regulate content on mobile apps – Telecom Committee

A committee formed by the Department of Telecom (DoT) suggested an interim provision enforceable through licensing conditions should be in place till...

Net Neutrality report soon, assures Ravi Shankar Prasad

Telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad has assured that the government will soon be coming out with its report on Net Neutrality, though it is waiting f...

Is Ram Sewak Sharma the favourite to take over as new TRAI chief?

The current IT secretary's good relations with Minister for Telecommunication and IT, Ravi Shankar Prasad as well as his experience with Digital India...

Internet-driven economy to grow by Rs 10 trillion in 3 years: IAMAI report

About half the population in the nation will be online in the next three years, irrespective of the demographic

PM Modi, the three Khans, celebs & politicians celebrate 21 years of Aap Ki Adalat

Icons from Politics, Sports, Business and Spirituality came together to celebrate 21 years of Aap Ki Adalat with Rajat Sharma

Aaj Tak to hold 'Panchayat Aaj Tak' in Delhi tomorrow

Panchayat Aaj Tak is a day-long conclave that will bring together political leaders, ministers & Parliamentarians on one platform to share their thoug...

“We have become ‘newsy’ people today”

With TV becoming a ‘tamasha’ in its quest for TRPs and to get eyeballs, industry experts wonder whether it is time to rewrite media laws