Punjab gets Google street view mapping service

STAFF REPORT IBD: The Google Street View, a notable mapping service from Google, is going to capture special locations and cultural sites in the province to let internet users to explore these spots through 360-degree street-level imagery.
According to the Google Pakistans Facebook page, a memorandum of understanding has recently been signed between the Punjab government and Google.
Tourism Secretary Dr. Allah Bakhsh Malik and William Fitzgerald of Google Asia signed the document.
Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, Provincial Finance Minister Kamran Michael, Planning and Development Chairman, Irrigation Secretary, Information Technology Board Chairman and representatives from Google were also present at the ceremony.
No it wont be full scale street map of Punjab, instead Google will incorporate street-level imagery only for cultural locations in Punjab into Google Maps, which will be made available for worldwide internet users.
It is learned that Tourism Ministry will lead the Google in location selection for the street view imagery.

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