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Infy's Sikka on talent hiring spree | £450 mn ‘dowry’ awaits Indian IT majors in UKOver the past few months, Amazon, Flipkart and Snapdeal have also tapped Goel and sought his advice, after
This market for storage capacity will increase almost 10-fold in three years to 2,400 mw, equal to six natural gas turbines, Navigant Consulting says.
France may divert its order to meet India's demand for Rafale fighter jetsSources said modalities are being worked out and nitty-gritty will be finalised once Indian and French govt start talking in
In a recent communication, Information and Broadcasting secretary Bimal Julka has sought from different ministries, details of their achievements.
Revenue for the fourth quarter was reported at Rs 24219.8 crore, up 12.4% YoY. In dollar terms the revenue came in at $3900 million.
Opting for the early retirement route requires serious financial planning as increased life expectancy and increasing inflation can play havoc with your plans.
Taxpayers to disclose bank a/cs, foreign travel to I-T Taxpayers will have to disclose all bank accounts held by them in the country & instances of foreign travel to I-T deptt while filing their
The Reserve Bank had bought USD 115.9 billion from the market during the period while it sold USD 66.7 billion, according to the RBI data.
In a profile written in Time Magazine, Obama has described Modi's life story "from poverty to PM" as one that reflects the dynamism & potential of India's rise.
Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka overseeing 1,000 top outsourcing projects to improve revenueSikka has picked these projects as part of a pilot to improve revenue from top customer accounts and is personally
Australia today assured India that it would extend full technological support for the ambitious project to cleanse the Ganga.
Till now, only one — a Mumbai-based senior professional — among the thousands named on the list based on stolen data has been able to obtain a clean chit from Swiss authorities.
US gets record number of applications for H-1B tech visasThe US loses about 500,000 jobs a year because of those limits, according to Compete America, a coalition representing tech giants like
US Defence Secy may visit India to sign $2.5 bn dealSources said the visit will take place in May during which the two sides will discuss ways to enhance defence ties, especially in context of PM
China plans Bengaluru like software city, seeks India's helpChina believes that India has a lot to offer, not only in the field of software development but also in pharmaceutical industry.
India, China hold first dialogue on arms control India and China today held their first consultations on disarmament, non-proliferation and arms control, adding a new element in their bilateral
The country wants to know what Rahul Gandhi stands for: Digvijaya Singh It is said that the difference between PM Modi and Rahul is that Modi exudes the confidence of a leader while Rahul doesn’t,
Netaji Bose, by his own admission in his book, "Indian Struggle", believed India needed a political system that was a mix of fascism and communism.
8.33% is contributed towards Employees Pension Scheme (EPS), with a cap of Rs 1,250 or 8.33% of Rs 15,000.
This market for storage capacity will increase almost 10-fold in three years to 2,400 mw, equal to six natural gas turbines, Navigant Consulting says.
India’s holiest river, acquired a political profile like never before in recent memory when Narendra Modi decided to contest the 2014 LS polls from Varanasi.
Sensex falls over 1,000 points; good time to buy: ExpertsSensex has plunged over 1000 pts in 4 trading sessions, including today's decline, on earnings growth concerns but analysts are not worried.
More than four years after real estate prices bottomed in the United States, this deal may come to be seen as a sign of another top, especially with higher interest rates foreseen in the months and
India can be an important contributor to the US' growth and its own development directly benefits American businesses, a top Obama Administration trade official has said.
Farmers' land will be taken away, no 'Make in India' is going to happen there: RahulRahul said farmers would be undermined by depriving them of water and fertilisers, derisively calling this the