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.in registrars, requirements and history
.in is the top level domain for India. It was made available in 1989 and was intended to be used by entities that had a connection to India. The administration of .in domain names falls under the responsibility of NIXI, a not-for-profit association whose primary mission is to facilitate data transmission between Indian internet service providers. The first domains under the .in TLD were registered in 1992.
Until 2005, those who wished to register a domain had to do so at the third level under one of the structured zones. For example, individuals had to use .ind.in and small businesses such as local shops were required to register a domain under .firm.in. These restrictions have resulted in a limited amount of .in domain registrations taking place until 2005, when the rules were relaxed.
Currently, any individual or entity in the world can register a domain directly at the second level or at the third level on one of the open structured zones (.co.in, .firm.in, .net.in, .org.in, .gen.in and .ind.in). Some domain zones remain reserved to qualified entities, for example only Indian educational institutions may register a .edu.in domain.
Since second level registration were permitted and the requirement to have a connection to India was dropped, the popularity of the .in TLD has skyrocketed, going from 7000 registered domains in 2004 to over a million at the end of 2011. It became popular as a domain hack due to the country code for India being the same as the English word “in”.