Mobile tracking is legal in India, provided it is done within the framework of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885, and the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000. These laws provide the legal basis for the interception of calls and data, respectively.

The Indian Telegraph Act, 1885, provides the legal framework for the interception of calls. It states that the interception of calls can be done with the permission of the Central Government or the State Government, depending on the nature of the call. The Act also states that the interception of calls must be done in the interests of public safety or for the prevention of crime.

The Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000, provides the legal framework for the interception of data. It states that the interception of data can be done with the permission of the Central Government or the State Government, depending on the nature of the data. The Act also states that the interception of data must be done in the interests of public safety or for the prevention of crime.

The Indian government has also issued guidelines for the interception of calls and data. These guidelines state that the interception of calls and data must be done in accordance with the law and must be done in a manner that does not violate the privacy of individuals.

In conclusion, mobile tracking is legal in India, provided it is done within the framework of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885, and the Information Technology (IT) Act, 2000. The interception of calls and data must be done in accordance with the law and must be done in a manner that does not violate the privacy of individuals.

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