Payment provider Mastercard has become the third company in its sector to be banned from issuing cards in India, with the move coming in July, apparently due to its not adhering to rules on local data storage.
The Indian Government is cracking down on social media users in the predominantly-Muslim state of Jammu and Kashmir, confiscating phones used for transmitting messages that are critical of the government.
India ordered high-speed 4G Internet services in Kashmir to be restored more than a month ago, but the services have yet to come online, one of the many issues cited by the global human rights group Amnesty International as it announced on Wednesday that it was pulling out of the country, the BBC reported.
Painting India in bright hues appears to be an Australian obsession these days; there is good reason to do so, since Australia would ideally like the subcontinental giant to act as a bulwark against China.
COMMENT Earlier this week, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi ordered everyone in the country to stay home for 21 days.
The US is trying to intervene in technology regulation in India, this time telling the government that proposed rules on e-commerce will affect plans by Walmart and Amazon to invest in the country.
India has stepped up its surveillance of computers within the country's borders, authorising 10 government agencies to intercept and monitor information from any device.
India's domestic payments networks are gaining ground over US companies Mastercard and Visa, a few months after the two American firms complained to their government that the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was pushing a local rival.
South Korean giant Samsung Electronics has opened what is claimed to be the world's biggest manufacturing unit for mobile phones, with the expanded plant being in Noida, close to the Indian capital, New Delhi.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed concern over recent changes in Australia's temporary work visa system.
A number of the world's largest tech and finance companies and their leaders are part of a group behind a global war on cash, it has been claimed.
India has taken a leap into the unknown by offering its database containing biometric identities for all its citizens to commercial firms to exploit.
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