India is in the midst of a major debate over online advertising, with the government deciding that it should not be part of the education system.
The debate is the latest in a long string of controversies that has gripped the country.
The latest issue is over the issue of online advertising.
The government, which has been in power for two decades, has been trying to impose stricter regulations on the internet.
It wants the online sector to be regulated as a public service, and has proposed a national network of public services like telecoms, IT, banking and health and education.
However, this has not been easy.
The Internet Corporation of India (ICI) has argued that it has no business doing the bidding of the government, and the government has dismissed this argument.
The argument is that the internet is an integral part of a modern society, and should be treated as a platform of democracy and free speech.
In this context, the internet has become a platform for online debate and discourse.
The Indian government has made several proposals, ranging from the introduction of a government-run internet portal to the creation of a public information service.
The last two are currently being debated in the Indian Parliament.
According to the Indian government, internet advertising has helped increase the literacy rate in India and is an essential component of India’s economic development.
It says that the Indian economy has become one of the fastest growing in the world.
The internet has also helped people access digital goods and services.
It has also facilitated the exchange of information, information technology and communications technology (IT/CFT), the government said.
It said that the digital economy in India has generated a substantial amount of jobs and the number of job-seeking applications has grown by around 100 per cent in the last one year.
This has resulted in a large and growing population of students in the country, with a huge impact on the labour market.
The India IT department has argued in Parliament that internet ads are not a substitute for education and that students need to learn how to read, write and speak English.
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has also argued that the use of internet ads does not bring about any significant social or economic benefits.
“Internet ads are intended to be a tool for social media platforms to attract and engage with the Indian youth.
The use of these ads is not in the public interest and not in line with the interests of education, the government stated.
The DIPP has also said that internet advertising does not contribute to the growth of the economy, and that it is an ineffective tool for boosting digital literacy and the use and usage of the internet by the youth.
A number of internet companies have reacted to the government’s proposals, arguing that the government is misinformed and is not understanding the potential of the Internet.
Google India, for example, said that advertisements do not contribute a significant amount of money to education.
Facebook has said that its platform is not the only platform for advertising, and it does not have the power to control advertisements or even control what content is posted on its platform.
It also said its advertising strategy is different from that of the major media companies and that Facebook has an equal role in advertising.