The National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) launched the .Bharat domain name in Devanagari script. This will make the domain available in eight Indian languages including Hindi, Marathi, Boro, Dogri, Maithili, Konkani, Nepali and Sindhi-Devanagari. The registrations for the domain names started on the 15th of August, just as the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) had announced last month. The sunrise A period, a time when Indian registrants holding Indian trademarks can register, started on that day and will end on the 15th September. The sunrise B period, when overseas registrants holding Indian trademarks can register will commence on the 1st of September and last 15 days. The sunrise C period, where existing registrants holding the domain name .in can register will last from the 1st of October till the 31st of October. Only after the 18th of November…
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