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Is Blackberry mobile still banned in india ?

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noo. blackberry mobile is now use in india
Posted: 10-11-2011 @ 12:30:33
Blackberry is not yet banned, but may be declared banned in future due to security issues.
Posted: 10-11-2011 @ 00:04:19
there is a proposal in india to ban the blackberry mobiles in india but still the people using
Posted: 25-08-2011 @ 21:41:19
No, now blackberry can be used in India.
Posted: 21-08-2011 @ 01:28:27
no u can use it
Posted: 20-08-2011 @ 14:01:11
no u can use it
Posted: 20-08-2011 @ 13:55:33
blackberry was banned in India because of some safty reason which were mandatory to stopped unlikily activities, but at the present time banned has been removed by indiaan government and you can see this component in the indian market.
Posted: 18-08-2011 @ 18:32:16
either or nor rarely blackberry sales are going in india ,due to some restrictions by gov&public,eventhough the problems in blackberry mostly deals with its applicatons and the phone managements
Posted: 17-08-2011 @ 21:02:40
no not now u can use ur black berry phone in india
Posted: 17-08-2011 @ 07:13:43
Blackberry is easily available..
Posted: 15-08-2011 @ 15:59:29
Noo
Posted: 14-08-2011 @ 13:52:59
No it as not banned in india
Posted: 14-08-2011 @ 12:51:37
Yes, current is RIM was in india.
Posted: 13-08-2011 @ 21:34:01
no it is not bandeed
Posted: 13-08-2011 @ 17:01:29
It's not about intelligence agencies having the ability to gather information when needed. It's simply a wishlist of intelligence so that they can stay relevant despite their ineptitude and lazy and corrupt ways. It is also a wishlist from the government because even though India may not be a police state, there are enough people around who would like to have access to private information that belongs to citizens. Only a fool will think that India doesn't have a valid security concern, but going after BlackBerry or Google is simply stupid because it will cause more inconvenience to your own citizens than terrorists. It is also waste of resources and time. There are better things that government ought to be doing as far as security of the nation is concerned. Resources are finite and instead of putting them to get some cheap thrills like monitoring BlackBerry communications or reading emails on the web, there can be put to use in a better way on the ground. But of course, you are not supposed to understand it. Fed terror hype, paranoid rants and faced with imaginary enemies, most of us have learnt to ignore the corrupt and lazy ways of our exalted security agencies. As far as "our company argument is concerned", I will support that all MNC coming to India are forced to comply with "our laws" the day we bring down corruption from our departments (including judiciary) and the day we get a rock-solid legal framework and institutions that can uphold ethics and norms and not lick the feet of politicians or bureaucrats. And yes, you talk about the "proper warrant". Does that thing even exist for the local SHO of your area unless you are an MLA? A cop comes to the house of a taxi driver without a warrant, he refuses him entry and he can very well shoot him; place a pistol at the spot and can claim he was a notorious criminal killed in an encounter. The cop will be a f**king hero in next day's newspaper.
Posted: 12-08-2011 @ 13:33:19
Even though the Indian Government have some issues with the BlackBerry services and are still demanding access to BlackBerry data, it is highly unlikely that the BlackBerry services may be banned in India. Moreover BlackBerry is still one of the most preferred mobile phones and it has not stopped the Indian users from getting one.
Posted: 12-08-2011 @ 11:49:49
no,India may ban Blackberry devices if they don’t conform to security demands
Posted: 12-08-2011 @ 11:30:10