Google's India policy head Archana Gulati resigns, says report

At Google, Gulati led a team of public policy executives who look at various regulatory implications for the company in India, one of its key growth markets

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Google's head of public policy for India has resigned just five months after taking the job, two sources told Reuters, at a potentially critical time for the U.S. tech giant as it awaits the outcome of at least two antitrust cases in the country.

The reasons for Archana Gulati's resignation were not immediately clear.

Gulati, who previously worked at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's federal think-tank, declined to comment. A spokesperson for Alphabet Inc's Google also declined to comment.

Google is facing a series of antitrust cases in India and stricter tech-sector regulations.

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First Published: Sep 26 2022 | 7:00 PM IST

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