India protests Google Kashmir map

India has protested to Google Inc., the multi-billion dollar Internet Company that owns the world’s most used search engine – against the depiction of the part of Kashmir, which New Delhi claims as its own, as part of Pakistan.
“A letter has been sent to the chairman of the executive committee and chief executive officer of Google Inc. drawing attention to the wrong depiction of India’s boundaries,” Minister of State for External Affairs Rao Inderjit Singh told the Lok Sabha on Wednesday.
“The Indian embassy in Washington has also been instructed to take up the matter with Google Inc.,” he added. For more on this visit here.