The Google-powered Google India operation par has emerged as a tool for the Indian government and opposition to find information on India’s prime ministers.
The project was launched by Google India in January last year with the aim of providing the Indian public with the most up-to-date information about Indian politics.
A Google spokesperson said the initiative aims to give citizens and media a clear picture of the major political figures and leaders across the country.
“Our mission is to empower people with access to the information that matters most, including the latest news, analysis, and opinion from trusted sources.
We’re doing this through a powerful Google Search service,” said Amit Shah, Google India’s VP of Business Development.
The service has been launched to provide people with the latest information about key political figures in India, which is also home to more than two billion people.
The aim is to give people the ability to follow and learn from leaders in India through the Google Search API, he added.
“We hope that the information provided by this service will also help improve the quality of governance, provide transparency and provide a more personalized experience for our users.”
The Google India initiative aims at providing a holistic picture of India’s government, the spokesperson said.
Google India has a large number of offices in India and has partnered with a number of national political parties and individuals, including former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and former Prime Ministers Rajiv Gandhi and Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
It also has offices in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore.
The spokesperson added that the project is not yet fully operational.
“The service will be rolled out across India once all the details have been finalized,” he said.
In January, Google announced it had launched its search services in India to tackle political and electoral corruption.
Google announced in January that it had opened its search portal to political parties, including Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party, for the first time.