Now its great time time for indian now they become use “Bharat” as suffix in domain name .
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (Icann) announced that it would declare an end to the exclusive use of Latin characters (the script in which English and most other European languages are written) for website addresses on Friday (October 30) — the final day of its six-day conference in Seoul. “This is the biggest change technically to the Internet since it was invented 40 years ago,” Peter Dengate Thrush, chairman of the Icann board in charge of reviewing the change, told reporters.
Icann president Rod Beckstrom said the change would come into effect in the middle of 2010. Icann aims to start receiving applications next month.
In India, the Centre for Advanced Computing (C-DAC), which has its headquarters in Pune, is ready with the technology to effect the change for Indians. “So far, we had control only over websites with the suffix .in. This suffix will soon be replaced with .bharat in the scheduled Indian languages,” said Mahesh Kulkarni, group coordinator, C-DAC GIST (graphics and intelligence-based script technology).
Once domain names in Indian scripts come into existence, www.google.in could be written as www.google.bharat (in Indian scripts) and www.cdac.in as www.cdac.bharat. Indian scripts would also be enabled for suffixes such as .org and .co.