International Subscriber Dialling (ISD) or International Direct Dialling (IDD) is defined as the country code to call a telephone or mobile subscriber directly from outside of the country and it is initiated by the International Call Prefix for the outgoing country, followed by the Country Calling code for the incoming Country, and finally the subscriber’s telephone or mobile number.
Subscriber Trunk Dialling (STD) codes are assigned to each city/town/village. It is mainly used to call a fixed-line or landline phone. The National Numbering Plan of 2003 by Indian Telecom department is used for Indian Telephone numbering system, which is updated in 2015 for last time.
Indian Financial System Code, simply and popularly IFSC is a unique 11-characters alphanumeric code used to identify a particular bank branch in India, where first four characters of the IFSC represent the bank name, a 0 (zero) is on the fifth position and last six characters define the branch code of the bank.
A Postal Index Number (PIN) or popularly known as PIN code is a six digit post office numbering or postal code system used by the India Postal department to identify Post Offices of different parts in India. The first digit define the postal zone, second digit used to identify sub-zone, third digit defines the shorting districts belong that sub-zone and last three digits defines the individual post offices inside the shorting districts area.
India has a large diplomatic network in all over the world, which reflects its links and relationships with other countries and organizations. A total number of 89 Embassies and 108 Consulates in the different country represents the presence of India in this country. India is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations, so Indian diplomatic mission to the capital of other Commonwealth of Nation is called as High Commission of India. You can get contact and address details about the Indian Embassy or Consulate or High Commissions from the links below,
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