Bangladesh bans mobile phone use by school teachers

Bangladesh authorities Imposed a ban on use of mobile phones use by school teachers in class rooms. In one of the best practices, the disadvantaged children’s organized Child Parliament in a study in 2010 found that 75 percent of the school teachers speak on the phone, suspending lessons of their students. Similarly a year before [...]

No Internet Service in Nepal

Internet Service Provider’s of Nepal (ISPAN) shut down internet service in Nepal from 1PM to 2PM as a part of their protest program. Issuing a press release the ISPAN condemns the Nepal Telecommunications Authority’s act of arresting and forecasting allegation against the internet service providers (ISP) of operating illegal call bypass. Blog this! Bookmark on [...]

IPv6 and its Future prospect in developing countries

Moving on with globalization and adapting the needs of standardization, internet has been adaptive and proactive in its more dynamic form. Transcending from the less resourceful application to the multi dimensional prospect of utilization and effectiveness, internet has been more expanding and progressing technology in most profound way. Amidst the buzz of the formalization of [...]

Beijing’s Response to Egypt’s Revolution – by Willy Lam

News and Media coverage in China, is generally not my area of expertise… but this is the best account I have seen of the reaction by China’s authorities on developments in Egypt. Willy Lam has an intimate knowledge of developments in China, which is why I am reproducing his recent commentary on Beijing’s response to [...]

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