Registrar appointed for domain names

Thursday, 30 December 2004, 08:00 Hrs
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Net 4 India, an Internet Provider (IP) company has been appointed as the registrar for '.IN' domain names by National Internet Exchange of India. The company will be authorised to sell the in-country domain names from 1 January, 2005.

The applicants can apply for .IN domain online through the company's website or As per the regulations, the applicants will be required to apply through an accredited registrar. The owners of registered Indian trademarks or service marks who wish to protect their trade names will be given first preference to apply for a .IN domain name. The regulatory body has provided a sunrise period of 21 days starting from 1 January to 21 January, 2005 to the preferred applicants.

Jasjit Sawhney, CEO, Net4 India said, 'In today's global environment it has become imperative for companies to have a web presence. Countries like USA, China, Australia already have their country specific domain names
Source: IANS
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