Icann, announces the limit from top level suffixes like .com,.org,.co,.in to any suffix
The unanimous vote, held in Paris today, also approved a second proposal to allow domain names written in languages other than English, such as Arabic.
ie. for example india.com can be of .india form no need to stick on the .com suffix
Individuals will be able to register a domain based on their name like .meabi
However, there will still be restrictions – including that no address can be longer than 64 characters.
The proposals voted through by Icann – the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers – will also have to be turned into law. The new system should be introduced by next year.
Until now top-level domains have been limited to individual countries, such as .co.nz and .co.uk; as well as for commerce – .com; and organisations; such as .info, .net or .org.