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As Elon Musk's Starlink offers internet services in India, govt issues warning

The Department of Telecommunications (DoT), under the Union ministry of communications, said that Starlink does not have the required licenses for a company to provide satellite based services in the country.

Starlink has been asked by the government to immediately refrain from making their services available for booking in the country, until the required licenses are obtained.(iStock | Representational image)
Starlink has been asked by the government to immediately refrain from making their services available for booking in the country, until the required licenses are obtained.(iStock | Representational image)
Updated on Nov 27, 2021 10:07 AM IST

Fake call centre busted in Noida, 8 men arrested for cheating US citizens

The suspects used to cheat people and make USD 3,000-4,000 per day, which roughly translates to ₹ 2.22 lakh – ₹2.96 lakh, said police.

Police have recovered ten computers, one laptop, one printer, ten headphones, one internet router, four hard discs, 16 RAM, 99 letterhead pads and six mobile phones from the suspects. (Sunil Ghosh)
Police have recovered ten computers, one laptop, one printer, ten headphones, one internet router, four hard discs, 16 RAM, 99 letterhead pads and six mobile phones from the suspects. (Sunil Ghosh)
Updated on Nov 18, 2021 02:49 AM IST

WeTransfer banned in public interest: Official

According to IFF trustee Apar Gupta, the lack of reasoning in the order denies WeTransfer a chance to defend its position.

WeTransfer lets users share files of up to 2GB at once.(Photo: WeTransfer)
WeTransfer lets users share files of up to 2GB at once.(Photo: WeTransfer)
Updated on Jun 11, 2020 03:14 AM IST
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