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OUTSOURCING
Nipuna mulls centres in Far East, Eastern Europe
Nipuna Services Ltd, the BPO arm of Satyam Computer, is considering overseas centres in Budapest, Brazil and Malaysia, to bring in multi-lingual capabilities. These centres are based on business requirements as some of the customers have a say ... More

TELECOMMUNICATIONS
DoP eyes Rs 500 cr from mobile user verification
Budgetary deficit to fall below Rs 1,000 crore for the first time More

More handsets sold than subscribers added: ICA
Yankee group's study findings disputed More

AirTel expands services in Mangalore
AirTel has expanded its services to Ripponpet, Konandur and Anandpur in the Mangalore region. A company release said here that Airtel mobile network with 181 cell sites covers 113 towns in the Mangalore region. The network ... More

Aircel to spend Rs 550 cr on improving network
Ropes in actor Surya as brand ambassador for 1 year More

INSIGHT
How `permanent' the BPO units?
An analysis of a recent Advance Ruling in the Morgan Stanley BPO case on the Permanent Establishment aspect. More

INFRASTRUCTURE
Foundation laid for Mindspace IT park
The foundation stone for the multi-million dollar Fab City project would be laid next week, the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Dr Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy, announced here on Wednesday. The ambitious project which would give a semiconductor ... More

STOCKS
Tech indices fare better vis--vis benchmarks
Gains from rupee depreciation to take time. say analysts More

SOFTWARE
Infosys & its crorepatis
But many shareholders have missed opportunity to build on their wealth More

INTERNET
Indo-Scandinavian trade Web site
Business-matching.com, a company based in Sweden, has launched a membership-based Web Site to promote trade between India and the Scandinavian countries. The site will provide a platform for sellers in India to interact with ... More

HUMAN RESOURCES
Infosys plans to have 5,000 in China in 5 years
Easier to access Japanese, Korean markets from there More

ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES
TCS to be global partner for SAP
Tata Consultancy Services has become global business software major SAP AG's first global partner for services, the first Asian consultancy to attain this standard, said a news release from TCS. While SAP has several ... More

INTERVIEW
`Satyam OPM rises 30 bps with every 1 pc fall in rupee'
The Chief Finance Officer at Satyam Computer Services, Mr Srinivas Vadlamani, says that every 1 per cent depreciation in rupee increases their operating profit margin by 30 bps. Excerpts from CNBC-TV18's exclusive interview with Mr Srinivas ... More

SECURITY
RAS Info eyes compliance market
New market opens up for security solutions providers More

OUTLOOK
TCS bets big on innovation
Ties up with three emerging technologies cos More






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