Google wants to be part of India’s Unique Identification Card

By ajay at November 13, 2009 | 12:13 am | Print

According to DNA,A day after Cisco and Yahoo grabbed headlines for wanting to be a part of the Nandan Nilekani-led multi-billion dollar project, now it’s internet giant Google which wants a piece of the UID pie.

Google, on Thursday, said it would be “happy to help” India in implementing the project, if they are approached. “We are not proactively approaching the government to be a part of it. It’s up to them to decide how we can help,” Google India MD Shailesh Rao said.

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