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`Aggressive rollout' sees Bharti losses rise
BHARTI Tele-Ventures Ltd has registered a net loss of Rs 129 crore in the second quarter of the current fiscal, as against a profit of Rs 12 crore in the corresponding period last year. As per the unaudited results for the quarter ending ... More

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Alliance buys 1 pc more in Polaris Software
ALLIANCE Capital Mutual Fund has acquired five lakh shares of Polaris Software Lab Ltd in the open market, amounting 0.98 per cent of the company's equity, taking its total stake in Polaris to 5.35 per cent. The acquisition of such a large ... More

SOFTWARE


US service business pulls Subex net up
BANGALORE: Subex Systems, the Bangalore-based telecom software maker, has reported a 161 per cent rise in net profits for second quarter ended September, 2002 at Rs 3.24 crore, up from Rs 1.24 crore in the corresponding quarter previous ... More

Digital Q2 net profit slips 4%; revenue up 17%
DIGITAL GlobalSoft Ltd, the Indian software development unit of Hewlett-Packard Co, reported its second quarter (July-September) net profit for the current financial year slid 4.1 per cent year-on-year to Rs 21.37 crore from Rs 22.29 crore. ... More

INTERNET


GIS-based mapping at ORGI site
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Office of the Registrar-General and Census Commissioner (ORGI) has made available through its Web site the facility of a user-friendly geographic information system (GIS)-based interactive mapping at the State and ... More

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ECIT broadens training spectrum
THE computer education division of Electronics Corporation of India Ltd, ECIT, which has built up a network of 250 centres across the country, besides school centres in Himachal Pradesh and the Capital, is expanding its range of courses through ... More

E-GOVERNANCE


e-governance, the next happening thing
TODAY, probably every national or State Government wants to talk of it. Virtually every company in a related business segment is focussed on it. Call it e-governance or IT for the common man, but all else being equal, here is a win-win-win ... More

TCS in parleys with several States for SmartGov solutions
TATA Consultancy Services (TCS) has lined up a range of solutions for e-governance applications building on the SmartGov framework. The company is in talks with several State Governments, and the Sri Lankan Government and has showcased the ... More

Project to network AP Secretariat begins
THE Rs 4.5-crore e-governance project to network the Andhra Pradesh Secretariat through the SmartGov initiative, which was earlier named SKIMS (Secretariat Knowledge Information Management Services), is set to go live shortly in about 20 ... More

EVENTS


In tune with digital age
Dr P. Ramanujam, Group Co-ordinator, Indian Heritage Group, looking at a brochure in his stall at Bangalore IT.Com 2002 on Tuesday. The group has developed tools to integrate the scripts of the Vedas and Upanishads in their original form for ... More

IT-ENABLED SERVICES


TransWorks' Bangalore operations to start soon
TRANSWORKS, the Mumbai-based provider of customer relationship management (CRM) and business process outsourcing (BPO) services, is to start operations in Bangalore in a little over a month from now. "The Bangalore facility will be ready to ... More
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