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Tech ObserverNewsGadgetsTop levels exit hits Google’s India as policy head Archana Gulati resigns

Top levels exit hits Google’s India as policy head Archana Gulati resigns

The head of public policy for India at Google, Archana Gulati, is reported to have resigned just five months after taking the job.

The head of public policy for India at Google, Archana Gulati, is reported to have resigned just five months after taking the job.

In a top level exit at a global technology major, the head of public policy for at is reported to have resigned just five months after taking the job. The resignation of Archana Gulati comes at a time when the company awaits the critical outcome of two two antitrust cases in India.

However, the immediate reasons for Archana Gulati‘s resignation is not immediately known. 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. India’s competition watchdog is looking into Google’s business conduct in the smart TVs market, its Android operating system, as well as its in-app payments system.

The watchdog is close to announcing its decision in at least two antitrust cases against Google, people familiar with the process said. 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.

Gulati was a long-time Indian government employee, having worked until March 2021 as a joint secretary for digital communications at Modi’s federal think tank, Niti Aayog, a body that is critical to government’s policy making across sectors.

Before that, between 2014 and 2016, she worked as a senior official at the Competition Commission of India, in its , according to her LinkedIn profile.

A number of Indian government officials have been hired by Big Tech companies as they face tighter data and privacy regulation, as well as competition law scrutiny, under Modi’s federal government.

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