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Another ccTLD plays down the “com”

Another ccTLD operator has decided to allow registrants to register domains at the second level. Following a trend that has swept the country-code world over the last few years, Malta’s NIC (Malta) said direct .mt registrations will become available December 1. Previously, only third-level regs under .com.mt, .org.mt, .net.mt, .edu.mt and .gov.mt were possible. NIC […]
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Five million Indian government workers to get IDN email

The Indian government has announced plans to issue fully Hindi-script email addresses to some five million civil servants. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology announced the move, which will see each government employee given an @सरकार.भारत email address, in a statement this week. सरकार.भारत transliterates as “sarkar.bharat”, or “government.india”. The first stage of the […]
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Domain flags : Albania (.AL), country of Albanian domainers

We’ve rolled out Domain Flags, an informative coverage of national ccTLD domains. Yesterday, it was all about Afghanistan. Continuing with Albania, the country of Albanian domainers. The matching national domain of Albania is .AL and it was secured on April 21, 1992. Albanian domain investors are proud of their culture and history, and if you are […]

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Domain flags : Afghanistan (.AF), country of Afghani domainers

We’re rolling out Domain Flags, an informative coverage of national ccTLD domains. The alphabetical list begins with Afghanistan, the country of Afghani domainers. The matching national domain of Afghanistan is .AF and it was secured on October 16, 1997. Afghani domain investors are proud of their heritage, and if you are a domainer from Afghanistan, […]

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End-users : Is your dream domain taken?

If you have a dream domain, the odds of it been taken already, are quite high. Most .com domains that are words existing in a formal English dictionary are long gone, and so are two word .com composites with a positive, brandable meaning. That leaves non-domainers, often known as “end users,” with a difficult task […]

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