The Pakistani ministry has asked the United Nations to "uphold the UNSC resolutions and urge India to stop such acts which are in violation of international law."
Fledgling startups say that the proposed 6% equalisation levy on online advertisements will burn a hole in their small pockets if it goes through.
Officials said the workshop aims to identify the areas where the private sector and academia can work together to engage better with Icann.
Nasscom further said the policy had incorporated the association’s suggestions to the think tank that was looking at IPR policy last year.
The Bill, which seeks to license and regulate geospatial data has been in the eye of a storm ever since it was made public and is accepting citizen feedback until June 4.
The recommendations include defining ecommerce appropriately to remove the ambiguity and confusion with “aggregator” and “intermediary” under indirect tax laws.
As a debate rages over the draft Geospatial Information Regulation Bill, 2016, ET examines how Bhuvan stacks up against Google Maps.
“This year our India business crossed the $1 bn mark. The private sector is about 3 or 4 times the government business,” Chandrasekaran said.
Geospatial bill will impact tech giants like Google, Uber as well as Indians using GPS-enabled smartphones
This could end up becoming a nightmare not just for tech giants like Google but also for millions of Indians who use maps to order pizza or call a cab.
"New technologies such as virtual reality and blockchain can have a significant play in India, even though they are at early stages of discussions among different stakeholders."
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