Nixi to Soon Provide .bharat Domain in All Indian Languages

Nixi to Soon Provide .bharat Domain in All Indian Languages
National Internet Exchange of India (Nixi) will soon start providing the ".Bharat" domain in all Indian languages.

"We have provided .Bharat domain in languages associated with Devnagiri lipi in Hindi, Bodo, Dogri, Konkani, Maithili, Marathi, Nepali and Sindi and also in Bengali, Gujarati, Manipuri, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu," Nixi CEO Govind told PTI.

He added, "In the next few months we will provide the .Bharat domain in remaining Indian languages also." Govind was speaking at the recently concluded 10th World Hindi Sammelan in Bhopal, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

During the Sammelan nearly 1,000 people were provided with the .Bharat domain, he said adding that they were also informed about how to set up a website in Devnagiri Hindi.

Besides, they were also told about how any website can be opened in Unicode and Punicode. Indians settling abroad too can open their website with this URL, Govind said.

Nixi, a non-profit organisation established in 2003 with a mandate to propagate Internet in India was authorised to promote .Bharat domain and is playing an important role in promoting Indian languages on the Internet.

The three-day World Hindi Sammelan was a high-tech affair with big global brands showcasing electronic gadgets having inbuilt Hindi software and apps that can be downloaded promptly.

Representatives of Microsoft, Google, Apple and other big companies were seen jostling and competing with each other to attract people at the conference in demonstrating how their apps could be downloaded quickly in Hindi.


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