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Telecom Comm approves net neutrality, new telecom policy
 
New Delhi, July 11 (PTI) The Telecom Commission today approved net neutrality rules which bar service providers from discriminating against Internet content and services by blocking, throttling or granting them higher speed access.

Some mission critical applications or services like remote surgery and autonomous cars will however be kept out of the purview of net neutrality framework.

"The Telecom Commission (TC) today approved net neutrality as recommended by Trai expect some critical services will be kept out of its purview," Telecom Secretary Aruna Sundararajan told reporters here.

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India had recommended restrictions on service providers from entering into agreements which lead to discriminatory treatment of content on the Internet.

TC also approved the new telecom policy -- National Digital Communications Policy 2018 -- for seeking approval of the Union Cabinet, Sundararajan said.

"Everybody in the meeting today said that digital infrastructure is even more important than physical infrastructure for India... CEO of Niti Ayog (Amitabh Kant) said that for...districts, we must ensure digital infrastructure is provided at the earliest. Therefore, India must have ease of doing business and enabling policy environment," she said.

An official, who was part of the meeting, said that the TC has approved installation of around 12.5 lakh WiFi hotspot in all gram panchayats with viability gap funding of around Rs 6,000 crore by December 2018.


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State Kalolsavam to be held in December
Actor Captain Raju passes away at 68
Hartal affected normal lives
Petrol, diesel prices hiked again today
Kerala likely to face power shortage: M.M. Mani
Petrol, diesel prices go up
Petrol, diesel prices go up
World Bank team to visit Kerala soon
Kerala floods: State calls off IFFK, Kalolsavam
Ready to face any investigation: P.K. Sasi MLA
Scare-mongering: Case filed against Jacob Vadakkanchery
Hanaan injured in a car accident
Seven including four Keralites killed in a bus accident
Government extends deadline to file Income Tax returns in Kerala
Metro Man Sreedharan Says Getting Foreign Aid for Kerala Not a Matter of Pride
Kerala flood very big tragedy, we are all with you, says Rahul Gandhi
Mass cleaning mission begins at Kuttanad
Pinarayi mass murder accused commits suicide at Women's prison
Kuthiran tunnel to be opened partially
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
Viswasam- On set photos leaked
 A few photos from the set of Ajith's Viswasam is going viral on social media. The photos show Ajith  
Aiswarya- Abhishek's Gulab Jamun would go on floor in mid 2019
Varun and Anushka signed as ambassadors of Skill India Campaign
Madhuri, Alia, Varun and to share screen
INTERNATIONAL NEWS
100 die in severe flooding in Nigeria: relief agency
 Lokoja (Nigeria), Sep 18 (AFP) Nigeria has declared a national disaster after severe flooding left a
Pak govt, Opposition agree for parliamentary probe into vote rigging charges
Air Tanzania to soon resume direct flights to India
Imran Khan govt auctions 70 luxury cars as part of austerity drive
NATIONAL NEWS
Instant Triple Talaq to be criminal offence
 New Delhi: The Union Cabinet cleared an ordinance to make instant triple talaq a criminal offence on
BJP, Congress mock Mamata's foreign visit
Three infants die every two minutes in India: UNIGME
'Sidhu could have avoided hugging Pak Army chief'
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