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An internationalized domain name (IDN) is an Internet domain name that contains a language-specific script or alphabet, such as Hindi, Chinese, Russian or the Latin-based languages with diacritics, such as French. These writing systems are encoded by computers in multi-byte Unicode. Few domain registrar companies worldwide have started offering IDN registration. Recently I purchased (read Registered) my own IDN अजय.com from one such registrar. Now, the question comes is that how IDNs can be hosted or accessed? How do one type the internationalized domain name in browser …
During the lifetime of a website moments come when need arises to move the site from one domain name to other. This migration process is painful for bigger and more active websites. If hosting control panel on both servers are same then migration becomes easier. However, sometimes you need to migrate your site to a server having different control panel. In this scenario, to ensure smooth migration of an active web site from one server to another follow the steps given in this tutorial:
You have just registered a domain name and all of sudden someone pointed out that the spelling of the domain name you registered has a mistake. Domain registrar company denies you a refund and advise you to purchase another domain name with correct spelling. Here is a good news. Most of the Domain Registrar Companies, including Anubhooti Internet (http://anubhoot.com) will give you full refund minus a charge of approx. INR 50/- (One USD).
First and foremost thing to do is to make sure that you really own your domain name. Not a silly advice if you know what we are talking about. Have a two or three tier verification process in place with your registrar in case you need to make any update to your details. For those who do not trust even their shadow, they can go and to get their own ICANN registrar accreditation.