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India Communications

Communication
Communication in India is at par with the best in the World. There are various modes of communication in India. There is an availability of all the modern communication forms in India.

Telephones
India has a highly developed network of telephone lines. Almost every road in India has one phone booth, which offers public calls, STD calls and ISD calls.

The ISD code
91.

Mobile Phones
Mobile phones are also used as a mode of communication in India. There is a number of service providers in India to keep you connected. You can buy a prepaid sim card from any service provider.

Internet
India is connected to the world through the Internet also. India has a big number of cafés providing internet services. These cyber cafes provide all the Internet facilities like e-mail, chatting, voice chat, etc

Postal and Telegraph Services
The Indian Postal Services are excellent compared to other countries. The Indian postal service also offers Airmail services to Europe, Australia and Africa takes almost a week. All major towns and cities have telegraph offices that provide good service.

Newspapers
Indian newspapers provide information related to local issues, politics, events, celebrations, people and business. Stock market and investments reports; also look for theater, movies, culture, entertainment, activities and events all covered in Indian newspapers. In India different languages are used for communication. So there newspapers are also available in different languages. Some examples are given below.

Hindi Newspapers
  • Dainik Navajyoti
  • Amar Ujala
  • Dainik Bhaskar
  • Dakshin Bharat Rashtramat
  • Hindustan
  • Dainik Jagran
  • Dainik Purvoday
Assamese Newspapers
  • Adinor Sambad
  • Agradoot
  • Aajir Dainik Batori
  • Ajir Asom
  • Aamar Asom
Bengali Newspapers
  • Aajkaal
  • Ananda Bazar Patrika
  • Bartaman
  • Dainik Jugasankha
  • Dainik Samayik Prasanga
  • Dainik Sonar Cachar

English Newspapers
The Economic Times
The Times of India
Hindustan Times

TV and Radio
TV and radio are other modes of communication. Both of them provide different language news channels and entertaining channels also.  They provide news, songs, movies and also other helpful information.

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