Govt removes hurdles, enables fre m to map India
BENGALURU: India on Monday liberalised regulations that apply to acquisition and production of geospatial data and services — including surveying and map — enabling Indian private firms to work without prior approvals.
This is something that is open in all developed economies. This is a right step and a very welcome one.
Private participation in nation building is a must. This move is in right direction.
H K Doshi
Congrat. Let Indian firms develop ability to compete with google map.
To reach great height, you have to set the bar high, and then relentlessly try to achieve your goal. ....... Thanks God our govt changed in 2014 from daily-getting-exposed scammers to dedicated patriots.
Excellent policy move by GoI.
This will open opportunities for new entrepreneurs in Geospatial area and new business opportunities.
When I see our respected PM is putting on made in germany specs, using made in Germany Fountain pen , then this drive comes exactly on the right time. India should also produce specs for PM and pens for PM/politicians.
Fed up of Raga opposing all good reforms... The more he speaks more loss to Congress votes.
Modi is a god sent for India. A saviour. So many changes and good work he has steadily been doing in his short tenure of 7 years .
Just wait, Pappu will start his new rhetoric, "Modi is hel his new set of business friends... blah...blah...blah..."
great initiative... we need to trust and repose faith in this go nment... Congo and allies ruled for 70 years taking India back to the stone age era.
Govt now riding in the right path to become economic super power.
Can some talk about Inflation ,,employment and Petrol and diesal rates touching 100 rs
India has plenty of opportunities to grow!
Go India go! They say India lost the industrial revolution. Now is the time to go full throttle and give a boost to the hardworking entrepreneuars.
India is Growing.
Govt is adding teeth to surveillance of citizens.
This is a very good and positive initiative, which are already practised in developed countries.
Good start. Hope to see the end of monopoly of Google atleast in india. Also should start India’s own search engine and email platform
The one and only concern is, to see that these date does not fall into the hands of ultras. Anyway, almost they have it in their hands, thanks to Google maps !