The news of the day: What’s new in technology and how can we use it?

A number of issues have been raised in this section.

First, there’s the ongoing debate on the role of government and the market.

India’s tech sector, which was built on the back of government support, has been rocked by a spate of government-led efforts to curb the market and limit its impact.

There have been reports that the government is trying to create a ‘digital gold rush’ and shut down existing platforms.

This is likely to make it harder for startups to scale and create products.

In a similar vein, a new law to regulate the private sector has been passed, but this is expected to cause a disruption to the market by creating an incentive for companies to shut down.

As many of India’s startups have found, shutting down can cost the company money.

A new report by Technavio, a non-profit organisation that studies technology, shows that the market is facing a problem that is being exacerbated by the government’s policy: overcapacity.

The report estimates that in 2020, India will see an overcapacity of more than 10 million jobs, compared to 5.5 million in 2020.

And, it predicts that this will lead to an increase in the unemployment rate of 5 percent.

What is the government doing to tackle this problem?

One of the main ways that the Modi government is attempting to address the problem is through the launch of an e-commerce portal, which is currently running on a shoestring.

This initiative will help boost the market, by giving businesses a platform for selling their products to the public.

The portal is expected for launch later this year, with the aim of expanding to other countries and beyond.

The second problem is a shortage of skilled workers.

The number of people working in India is increasing by a staggering rate of 7.8 million people a year, according to Technavios data.

This figure is likely also to be exacerbated by a government crackdown on recruitment.

The third problem is the growing role of big data.

A growing number of India-based companies are trying to leverage the power of big technology platforms to build and scale data-driven applications.

These applications will allow them to take data about users, and provide insights into the performance of their business.

In a sense, these platforms will be like a big, cheap data centre for India.

This new wave of activity by companies, however, has raised some concerns.

The report says that India’s big data sector is “likely to create an incentive to shut the existing platforms, especially in emerging markets”.

The report also says that the country is facing the “largest single demand for data-intensive applications in the world”.

This demand is likely in part because the IT sector, with an oversupply of skilled personnel, is the key to India’s rapid growth.

A shortage of qualified workers is likely a problem.

There are also fears that this trend will force startups to shut their doors.

The last problem that has emerged in the wake of the government crackdown is the emergence of new digital privacy policies that are causing some problems.

A number have been passed to address privacy issues in the country.

One such policy is the ‘anti-privacy’ law, which bans data collection on individuals without their consent, but allows government agencies to access and use data collected from such individuals.

It has also come under criticism for not ensuring that the data is not used to harass or punish people.

Another privacy-focused policy is known as ‘privacy shield’, which states that data collected through such data-mining operations should be kept private.

This has been criticised by privacy advocates, who argue that this policy is aimed at allowing the government to access data that has been gathered without the person’s knowledge.

The government is also working on creating a new privacy framework to deal with the rise of social media and the proliferation of online apps that facilitate the sharing of personal data.

These new policies are expected to lead to a new wave in digital privacy issues, but the government has not yet announced any plans to enact them.