Sunday, September 07, 2014

Happy Onam...!!!

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Redmain >> Enmain

We're now Enmain Research, also known as Enmain Group, formerly Redmain Network and Redmain Group.
http://www.enmain.com/about/

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

What is Managed Domain Name Portfolio?

Redmain premium domain name management services enable you to efficiently and cost-effectively manage and protect your global domain name portfolio in an increasingly competitive online marketplace.

Our specialist services are tailored to your unique requirements and market environment, giving you the benefit of our industry expertise and global reach while reducing the burden on your marketing, legal and technical personnel.

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http://www.redmain.net/2014/08/what-is-managed-domain-name-portfolio

Monday, August 25, 2014

The detailed history of .NET

.net was one of the original top-level domains (the other five being .com, .edu, .gov, .mil and .org) which were implemented in January 1985.

Prior to the introduction of these TLDs, the Internet was largely a project managed by universities and scientists who used it for communication and research. However, as more people began to use this network, electronic communications became more difficult to manage – at times, when mail loads became so heavy, people were asked to stop using their connections.

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http://www.redmain.net/2014/08/the-detailed-history-of-dot-net

The detailed history of .COM

The first .com was claimed on 15 March 1985 by a computer manufacturer called Symbolics, Inc. Prior to this, the Internet was largely a project driven by universities and computer scientists who used the network for research and communication. As more and more people and institutions began to use the network, electronic communications became increasingly challenging. Figuring out how to manually route messages through gateways was something of an art form and as mail loads increased, people would sometimes be asked to stop using their connections.

The need for some sort of organising principles became more and more apparent as more entities connected into the fledgling Internet. Bringing order to the increasingly chaotic universe fell to the legendary Jon Postel and his colleagues at the University of Southern California’s Information Sciences Institute.

Read more:
http://www.redmain.net/2014/08/the-detailed-history-of-dot-com

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

.भारत (.Bharat) top-level domain coming to your browser address bar on August 21

India, with its existing 243 million Internet users, is all set to get a .भारत (.Bharat) country code top-level domain (ccTLD) name from this month that will help bridge the digital divide and accelerate e-governance. This will be soon followed by web addresses in six regional languages.

In tandem with its dream of 'Digital India' to connect with the people across the country, the new Bharatiya Janata Party-led government is expected to unveil the 'dot Bharat' domain name August 21. It will also soon launch Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) or web addresses in six regional languages.

The National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) and the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) have been working for the last two years on the dot Bharat top-level domain.

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Full Text: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on 68th Independence Day

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressed the nation from the ramparts of the Red Fort on the 68th Independence Day. Following is the English rendering of the Prime Minister’s address on the occasion:

My dear countrymen,

Today, all Indians in the country and also abroad are celebrating the festival of independence. On this day of sacred festival of independence, the prime servant of India extends greetings to all dear countrymen.

I am present amidst you not as the Prime Minister, but as the Prime Servant. The freedom struggle was fought for so many years, so many generations laid down their lives, innumerable people sacrificed their lives and youth, spent their entire lives behind bars. Today, I pay my respect, greetings and homage to all those who laid their lives for the country`s independence.

I also pay my respects to the crores of citizens of this country on the pious occasion of India`s independence, and recall all those martyrs who had laid down their lives in India`s struggle for freedom. The day of independence is a festival when we take a solemn pledge of working for the welfare of mother India, and also for the welfare of the poor, oppressed, dalits, the exploited & the backward people of our country.

My dear countrymen, a national festival is an occasion to refine and rebuild the national character. This National festival inspires us to resolve ourselves to lead a life where our character gets refined further, to dedicate ourselves to the nation and our every activity is linked to the interest of the nation and only then this festival of freedom can be a festival of inspiration to take India to newer heights.

Narendra Modi's first Independence Day speech: top highlights

Narendra Modi's first Independence Day speech: top highlights

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his first Independence Day speech today said that the nation was built by the farmers, labourers, women, youth and not the leaders or governments. Here are the top highlights of what the PM said:
  1. I want to tell the world: 'Come, Make In India'. Sell anywhere but come and manufacture here, we have the skills and talent
  2. Planning Commission has become archaic, will be replaced by new body soon
  3. Announces new scheme, 'Sansad Adarsh Gram Yojana' where MPs can adopt one small village each and make it a model village
  4. Announces Jan Dhan Yojana wherein every poor family will get an insurance cover of Rs 1 lakh, bank account.
  5. We don't wish to proceed in Parliament through majority but through consensus
  6. I am an outsider to Delhi. In the last two months, I got an insider's view. I saw that even in one government there were different governments.
  7. We have a skewed sex ratio. I appeal to parents not to sacrifice the girl child.
  8. Pitches for e-governance, says e-governance is easy governance, effective governance. Wants broadband connectivity for all
  9. Asks people to undertake at least a 10-year moratorium on communal, caste and class clashes to see positive results
  10. MPs should use funds to build toilets in all schools. Corporates should use CSR funds for this.
  11. Appeals to SAARC nations to work together to end poverty.
  12. Announces clean India campaign from October 2 as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi

Friday, August 15, 2014