Submarine Cables in India

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There are now 9 Submarine Cables in India, with three respectively in Mumbai and Chennai, and each in Cochin, Tuticorin and Digha. Submarine cables in India Tata Communications owns three cable landing stations, each in Mumbai, Chennai and Cochin. Reliance Globalcom owns the Versova Cable Landing Station in Mumbai. Bharti Airtel owns three cable landing stations, two in Chennai and one in Mumbai. BSNL owns its first international submarine cable connecting India and Sri Lanka and its cable landing station in Tuticorin. The Digha Cable Landing Station in West Bengal is newly approved in May 2011 by the department of telecommunication (DoT) of India for a submarine cable project between India and Southeast Asia. BNSL is expected to own the Digha Cable Landing Station. Mumbai Cable Landing Station Bharti Airtel Chennai…
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