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Nokia suppliers to set up units near Chennai
Two of Nokia's suppliers have decided to set up plants at Sriperumbudur, about 50 km west of Chennai, where Nokia today inaugurated its facility to manufacture mobile handsets and telecom network equipment. Nokia hopes that at least 10 of its ... More

Indicom's single SIM CDMA, GSM global roaming
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Nokia's plant produces 1 m handsets
Facility to employ up to 2,000 by year-end More

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NEC Corp to establish new co here to grow biz
Will provide leading-edge IT, network solutions More

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BEATING STRESS
It pays to keep staff happy
Even as technology sector workforce rises past the 1.1 million mark, human resource managers are faced with new challenges of addressing employees' concerns of stress and anxiety leading to depression and impacting individuals and work. They ... More



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