Indian government need to know what's in your emails and this has been a controversial issue in the present scenario.
Recently, we all have witness the ongoing problems between RIM (Research In Motion) and the Indian government, where the government of India is trying its best to gain monitoring rights over Blackberry messaging service (BMS). With that issue still being unanswered and unsettled, the government has now also posted its rifle over Nokia's new push email services.
The government has barred Nokia's push email services in anticipation of the security agencies are given full access to monitor all emails negotiating via the network.
To get the permission, Nokia had also arranged a local Indian server to help the government to check and seize emails, but still Ministry of Home Affairs, India has ordered mobile operators not to declare Nokia's projected pushmail/powermail service devoid of launching the monitoring facilities.
This is going to be nightmare for the users of Nokia's E Series devices push email services by the ban. Four months ago, when RIM was intertwined in the security issue, Nokia had been gently advertising Exchange ActiveSync for its smartphones.
With the Blackberry disagreement still infusing exclusive of whichever signs of resolutions of the same in coming future, Nokia requires to do something fast and resume its push mail services, which it had already been advertising in the market.