The move comes in the backdrop of a sling of controversies surrounding judicial appointments.
The inauguration of the people-centric platform also marks the completion of 60 days of the new government.
The Government has expressed concern over reported US monitoring of internet traffic from India.
Prasad said, government was ‘quite keen’ to appoint a National Judicial Commission for making such appointments.
MTNL, which operates in Delhi and Mumbai, had posted a loss of Rs 5,321 crore in the year FY13.
Chief Justice of India R M Lodha expressed his disapproval in a letter to Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad.
Congress leader Anand Sharma earlier alleged that the Modi government wants a ‘committed judiciary.’
Telecom and information technology minister Ravi Shankar Prasad announced these as part of the first batch of measures by the new government to revive manufacturing in the country.
The government will also promote chip-making facilities in the country.
Bachchan’s Twitter handle follows several BJP leaders while not a single Congress leader figures among the 920 he follows.
Prasad was responding to questions on the remarks of MoS in the PMO Jitendra Singh seeking a debate on the future of Article 370.
Prasad said the Prime Minister had stressed that delivery and implementation were equally important.
Aware of the problems the telecom industry has faced in the past, Prasad said there has been a steady loss of investor confidence.
Establishment of National Judicial Commission was part of the BJP’s manifesto in the recently-held general elections.
Singh is the first-time MP from Jammu and Kashmir.