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The Eastern Africa Submarine Cable System (EASSy) is an undersea fibre optic cable system connecting countries in Eastern Africa to the rest of the world. EASSy runs from Mtunzini in South Africa to Port Sudan in Sudan, with landing points in nine countries and is connected to at least ten landlocked countries ??” which will no longer have to rely on satellite Internet access to carry voice and data services. EASSy is the highest capacity system serving sub-Saharan Africa, with a 4. terabit per second (Tbit/s), 2 fibre-pair configuration. [l] It is the first to deliver direct connectivity between east Africa and Europe / North America. It is the only system with built-in resilience end-to-end. EASSy interconnects with multiple international submarine cable networks for onward connectivity to Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and Asia. aini (About this sound pronunciation (help???info)) is a caste of North India who were traditionally landowners.

Saints claim to be descendants of a king, Shurasena, as well as of Krishna and Porus, and to be related to the ancient Shoorsaini noted in Puranic literature. This is disputed and the 1901 census noted that people using the Shoorsaini name were by then found only in Punjab, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh and Delhi. Saints also claim themselves to be Rajputs[2] of Yaduvanshi descent. As both a statutory agricultural tribe and a designated martial race during the British

Raj era that followed the Indian Rebellion of 1857, Saints had been chiefly engaged in both agriculture and military service since then until recent times. However, since the independence of India, Saints have diversified into different trades and professions other than military and agriculture. Saints are now also seen in increasing numbers as businessmen, lawyers, professors, civil servants, engineers, doctors and research scientists, etc. [3]