. in is the country code top -level domain ( ccTLD) of India. It was introduced on 8 May 1989 and is ( NIXI short, about National Internet exchange point of India) by the National Internet Exchange of India manages, commonly referred to as INRegistry. For the technical operation 2005, the Indian subsidiary of Afilias is responsible.
According to official figures were registered in domains at the end of 2004, approximately 6,000 to 7,000. . In order to provide the top-level domain greater weight and promote their dissemination, INRegistry announced, largely to liberalize the award criteria. The ending was henceforth for everyone can be used at home and abroad without any special restrictions. In fact, the number of. Domains increased in this measure to 75,000 in April 2005. In September 2005, there were 130,000, in November 2006 the mark of 200,000 domains was cracked. At this time, 37 percent of all. Were in domains registered to persons outside India, the U.S. and Germany led the distribution.
The award criteria were last amended in January 2005. Since then any natural or legal person is entitled to register a. Into domain, without being obliged to produce a domicile respectively a branch in India. Also, the administrative contact must not come from India. Having previously only third-level domains have been registered, and since addresses are available on the second level. The endings on second level, such as. Co.in for business or. Edu.in for educational institutions remained.
Support since 2011. Called in internationalized domain names. The top-level domain itself is available in seven different versions, covering all languages recognized by the Constitution of India. Overall, a. Into domain may be between three and 63 characters. One difference in comparison to other top -level domains is that the contracting authority reserves the right to transfer a domain name at any time to another employer, provided that the Government of India requested the.
The domain dlgwe.in is used by the German Agricultural Society, to draw attention to the back label of the wine bottle as Short link or QR code on test results ( wine profile, origin, analysis), the producer and on procurement options.
- Website of the INRegistry