Indian Government is considering an Internet policy that could change the life of web users in the country.
It seems that the first round of battle against modern retailers and small traders seems to be won by the latter.
The diktat has worked yet again. Much after opposing entry of foreign retailers, the UP Government has now decided to shut down all organised retail outlets that operate outside malls.
As Wal-Mart and Bharti gives touches to their deal and bring in modern global business practices to India, one can hope to get “everyday lower prices” as has been the motto of the American giant.
The finance ministry in consultation with tax experts is drafting the new Direct Tax Code which will be introduced in 2008.
When Desipundit.com reported that blogspot.com blogs were blocked by certain ISPs in India, I really didn’t pay much attention thinking it was only a temporary technical problem faced by just few people in India.