Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Tuesday, Nov 01, 2005
DoT objects to Idea Cellular pledging equity without Govt nod.
VVFL to invest in ConvergeLabs.
`Bangalore IT exports to touch Rs 40,000 cr'.
Jones Lang LaSalle may outsource chunk of call centre work to India.
DoT relaxes infrastructure sharing norms for BPOs.
Sasken Q2 net up 78 pc.
NIIT Tech Q2 net marginally down.
Investments impact i-flex net in Q2.
Wipro best suited for large-scale SAP projects: Forrester.
VisualSoft to restructure operations Combined entity to notch up $70 m revenues.
Vodafone buys 10% stake in Bharti Tele for Rs 6,700 crore SingTel evinces interest to hike stake.
GAIL, PowerGrid, RailTel join hands for telecom operations.
IT service forum opens India chapter in Bangalore..
DLM Digital ties up with Japanese co for tech to curb film, music piracy.
WNS Global to tap Nashik's BPO strength.
Mid-life crisis ahead for call centres?
KLG Systel Q2 profit up 73 pc.
Patni Q3 net down 24 pc.
Moser Baer Q2 net plummets 82 pc.
NIIT Q2 net rises 12 pc.
Bharti Tele consolidated profit rises 43 pc in Q2.
Citrix to leverage India team for new products.
VisualSoft, AppLabs, eSolutions to merge D.V.S. Raju quits as VisualSoft Chairman.
DoT seeks review of licence fee share; move may bring down telecom tariffs for long distance and VPN services.
Gates sees competition from India, China.
Nipuna partners Spirit, bags 3 animation deals.
Reliance Info launches Rs 10 recharge facility.
Bharti seeks to authorise board to okay FII investments.
TVS-E turns in profit in Q2.
Fujitsu develops 8-bit MCUs.
Govt working on multi-lingual domain names HCL Tech adopts `.in' globally.
We can be partners for Europe biz, says UK.
Gowda wants jobs for land providers; slams IT cos' `negative impression'.
Reliance Info plans $ 1b private placement before IPO.
Intelenet planning to buy out UK call centre Ventura.
You can trade soon on Nokia mobiles.
VSNL posts flat growth in Q2.
QuEST plans IPO to fund overseas buys.
Tanner EDA signs on TechForce.
Satyam, partner for Valvoline Cummins.
`Infosys complies with SOX Act'.
TCS launches Chennai centre for infrastructure management & BPO.
Sify posts net loss of $1.4 m.
US senate panel okays increase in H1B quota.
LG plans new plant for optical storage devices.
HR practices in Indian BPOs are setting global standards: Nasscom.
GSM, CDMA operators meet Parliamentary panel on spectrum issue.
Virinchi Tech Q2 net up.
Software majors turn in robust performance.
HCL Info in pact with Bull.
Prithvi Info to hire about 1,500 people in India by September 2006.
SoftJin tool to compress large design files.
PC rebound in sight.
MS chalking out retail strategy.
OpenOffice new version launched.
Online shops upbeat on festive season biz: Leading e-commerce players estimating over 100 per cent spurt in online buying during the festive season.
HSBC to set up 4th BPO unit in Kolkata.
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