White House: We use different numbersThe order said that the law enforcement agencies have furnished credible inputs on terror modules making sustained efforts to “provoke sentiments of gullible youths” and lure them into terrorist organisations. Srinagar: High-speed mobile Internet services were restored on a trial basis in one district each in Kashmir and Jammu regions over a year after the facility was suspended, according to an official order on Sunday. In order issued by the Principal Secretary, Home, Shaleen Kabra, said: “The high speed mobile data services in the districts of Udhampur and Ganderbal shall be restored forthwith, on trial basis, while in the rest of the districts, Internet speed shall continue to be restricted to 2G only.”Authorities had snapped all mobile and fixed landline connections in Kashmir on August 5 last year when Article 370 was abrogated and the state bifurcated and downgraded into two Union Territories of J&K and Ladakh.The Kashmir Monitor provides today top stories, news headline, English news and todaynews headline form Kashmir, politics, business, education, sports, videos, health news and much moreKashmiri car racer representing Team India finishes second runners-up at Kartdrome Endurance ChampionshipI-day: Low-speed 2G internet shut in KashmirSubscribe to our email newsletter for useful tips and valuable resources, sent out every Tuesday.Airtel mulling price hike, subscribers may have to pay Rs 100 per GBThe order also said on fixed landline connections, Internet connectivity, without any restrictions, shall continue to be made available with Mac-binding.The Supreme Court had recently directed the Central government to explore the possibility of restoring 4G connectivity at least in some parts of J&K without comprising on the security of the country.After more than a year, 4G internet to be restored in Ganderbal, Udhampur tonightNaib Tehsildars to issue Domicile Certificates to PRC holders in J&KThe services were restored in Ganderbal district in central Kashmir and Udhampur in Jammu division late Sunday evening.In all other districts, the existing 2G services will continue. “The high speed mobile data services in the districts of Ganderbal and Udhampur shall be restored forthwith, on a trial basis,” a government statement said on Sunday, adding the internet speed would continue to be restricted in other cities.All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes. Now India is a union of 28 states and 9 Union Territories. On May 11, the Supreme Court rejected a petition seeking the restoration of 4G internet services in the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir. Jammu and Kashmir became the Union territory on 31 October 2019. High-speed internet service in Jammu and Kashmir has been suspended since the Centre scrapped Jammu and Kashmir's special status under Article 370 and bifurcated it into two union territories - Jammu and Kashmir, and Ladakh. For a very long time, this UT is not having fast internet … The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Tuesday refused to extend high speed mobile internet, or 4G services outside the two districts of Ganderbal and … Media watchdog In Pictures Internet was suspended across Jammu and Kashmir after the abrogation of Article 370 on August 5 last year. Kabra observed that while there have been no reports of misuse of high-speed internet services in these two districts, the situation needs to be monitored closely. Supreme Court. Our survey reveals the truthWhy are coronavirus death rates falling, even though the case numbers are rising? High-speed internet services will be restored on a trial basis in limited areas of Jammu and Kashmir after August 15, the Indian government told the Supreme Court.
In an order issued on Monday evening, Principal Secretary in the Home Department Shaleen Kabra said the decision to extend the ban was taken after a fresh review of the situation. The resumption of 4G internet services in Ganderbal and Udhampur on August 16 came days after the Supreme Court asked the Centre to form a The internet shutdown in the erstwhile state has attracted considerable criticism against the Narendra Modi government from various rights organisations and at the international forum.