Delhi HC asks Centre to put in place e-mail policy for employees

The Delhi High Court today asked the Centre to put in place "expeditiously" the proposed e-mail policy for government employees which will ensure that they will not use Internet services of "external service providers" for official communications.

Internet services suspended in Kashmir Valley

Authorities on Thursday suspended internet services on mobile phones and through dongles in Kashmir Valley.

Internet services shut down in Syria

Internet services in Syria have been off since early Wednesday, which appears to be a second blackout in a week, reported Al-Jazeera and a pro-opposition activist website.

Saudi Arabia threatens to block Internet services

Saudi Arabian authorities have warned that they will block access to popular Internet messaging applications like Skype, Viber and WhatsApp if telecommunication providers there don`t comply with rules and regulatory conditions.

Mobile internet services in Kashmir snapped

Internet services on mobile phones and portable internet connections were snapped early this morning as authorities apprehended that the medium could be used for mobilising people, official sources said.

Mobile, Internet Services restored in Kashmir Valley

Mobile, Internet services were restored in the Kashmir Valley after remaining suspended for a week in the wake of hanging of Parliament attack convict Mohammad Afzal Guru.

Mobile, internet services snapped in Kashmir

Mobile telephone and internet services were Friday snapped in Kashmir as authorities apprehended escalation in protests over the anti-Islam video made in the US.

BlackBerry services restored

After three days of disruptions, BlackBerry services offering e-mail, messenger and other online services were restored, Canada-based Research in Motion said.

China resumes email, internet services in Xinjiang

China has restored email services
and access to 32 blocked internet sites in Uyghur-dominated
Xinjiang province, eight months after ethnic clashes broke out
in the northwestern province, state media reported on Sunday.