Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Monday, Jul 26, 2004
Xansa to double headcount in India
Aftek Q4 net up 19 pc.
Idea cellular thinks big.
Inatech to expand.
Wipro Q1 net rises 73 pc; wage hike may hit Q2 margins, to cap expansion at Bangalore.
Bharti Q1 profit soars to Rs 296 cr; pegs ADR offering at 200 m equity shares.
TCS to use IPO proceeds for significant buys; onsite staff mat get cash/bonus.
Tyco unit: Tatas may offer $200 m
Red Hat plans India centre
Satyam net profit rises 43 pc in Q1; to spend Rs 150 cr on expansion; services offerings to drive growth, says Chairman.
Cranes Soft Q1 net up.
Quallcom sees push for new chipset with world phones.
Oracle to hire 250 per month in India.
Site Police from Hathway.
Zicom offers e-security service.
E4e buys Absolute Quality.
TCS net rises 71 pc in Q1; Rs 600-cr capex planned; more offers for staff post-IPO; eyes overseas listing.
TCS to sell stake in Intelenet Global Services to HDFC
Tech executives in China, India see higher IT spending : McKinsey.
Oracle to focus on e-governance space in India; its President, Mr Charles Phillips begins visit.
Nasscom to take tax concerns to Minister.
Reliance to roll out broadband service next year.
FCS Soft bags US order.
Progeon, Aceva Tech in pact.
Geometric Soft Q1 net up.
More new members to join Telecom panel.
McAfee sets up dedicated anti-virus team.
Spice Tele tops in TRAI survey.
BSNL asked to justify access deficit charges.
Oracle bets on Linux in Asia.
KPIT Cummins Info net up 114 pc in Q1.
CSC open subsidiary in China.
Acer handhelds for Dr Reddy's.
LogicaCMG tool for ING Vysys.
Invensys centre in Hyderabad.
NetApps plans foray into Bangladesh.
Blue Star Infotech net dip as other income takes a hit.
Pitroda ties up with Dubai firm for mobile wallet.
Siruseri IT park sold out.
Agami opens R&D operations in Hyderabad.
Microsoft set to make $75-b payout.
TCS pegs IPO at Rs 775-900 band.
Nokia venture capital form opens office here; Pune start-up gets $10- m funding.
Teledata Q1 net soars.
Sify operating profit, revenues dip Q-on-Q.
Wipro setting up development facility in Kochi.
TELECOMM India expo in October.
'IT firms could tap airline sector for maintenance contracts'.
Monsterindia to host `great resume' contest.
HelloSoft develops VoIP tool for mobiles.
BPO volumes to touch $3.6 b.
Idea to invest Rs 150 cr in Gujarat.
Symphony completes one year of offshore.
BSNL, private players oppose TRAI access deficit charge plan.
Sierra Atlantic to invest $15m more in India.
Tata Tele closing gap with Reliance Info.
Electronic hardware export up 37 pc: ESC.
TouchTel pans Rs 100-cr upgradation.
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