Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Wednesday, June 11, 2003

eWorld
Features
Stocks
Port Info
Archives


Subscription

Group Sites

EWORLD

SOFTWARE


The message is clear
India hopes to generate billions by keeping awake when the US works. And losing no time are the IT-enabled services and software sectors that are lobbying for US business in an unprecedented way. Their task is tough: to promote India but without giv ing room for resentment. How are they going about it? Just read on... More

Lagging behind
The Indian healthcare system needs to play catch-up to make a mark in the global arena. More

No smooth passage
`Think Europe' is on. But making inroads into the European market will be challenging and rewarding for Indian companies. More

AWARDS & HONOURS


A rich haul
Youngsters of Indian origin steal the show at Microsoft's competition. Here's more on their triumph. More

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


PLAIN TALK
Up against odds
The dice appears to be loaded heavily against BSNL going by the latest developments. Will it get the better of this wave? More

BIO-TECH & GENETICS


Sowing research
What's on at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur? Research projects to develop application-oriented end products in the Genetically Modified domain. More

SOFTWARE REVIEW


Multimedia compilers
Computing can be pretty dull, unless you choose to spruce it up with the help of multimedia compilers, a selection of which we look at this week. Most of the programs are shareware. MASH - Microsoft Agent Scripting Helper MASH allows you ... More

COMPUTER USAGE


Tip off
Please give me some guidance on how one can keep the system safe from hacking. Is there any software which can safeguard against hacking? Sanjay Jhawar Safe guarding the system from hackers is one thing every PC user would like to ... More

MARKETING


Target the threesome
Companies that want to stay agile in the market must target the three basic kinds of buyers. Here, three's company, not crowd. More

IT-ENABLED SERVICES


Time for insight
The BPO and ITES sectors must look beyond short-term constraints to frame a long-term policy. They must guard against letting call centres become sweatshops that burn out young talent. More

CYBER QUEST


  • Quiz

    BOOKS


    It's enough to be perfect enough
    Make perfect products, for sure, but don't miss the market in the process. Hewlett-Packard's lesson is for all. More

    CARTOON


    Cartoon
    More
    Comments & Letters to the Editor to: bleditor@thehindu.co.in
    Subscribe to: Business Line
  • The Hindu eBooks

    EW SUBS

    Pick a Winner Stock Market Contest

    Top Stories
    The message is clear


    A rich haul

    Sowing research

    Lagging behind

    In Focus
    SARS scare
    The Cable tangle
    Pakistan Diary
    Indo-Pak Monitor
    Indo-China Relations
    Telecom Competition
    Oil PSUs: Disinvestment dilemma
    NPAs in Banking
    In Depth
    Simple Economics
    Consumer Notes
    Tax Talk
    The Brahmananda collection
    NRIs & Investment Avenues
    Corporate Governance
    Gold: Still the winner?
    Cars: Always a beauty
    Books and Reviews
    Looking back
    Jun. 1-Jun. 7
    No choice but to drop

    Going on the offensive

    Break away from the pack

    One bridge to cross


    The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
    Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | The Sportstar | Frontline | The Hindu eBooks | Home |

    Copyright 2003, The Hindu Business Line. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu Business Line