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Mar 10, 2017
India says illegal immigration, not H1B visa, an issue for USForeign Secretary S. Jaishankar, during his visit to the US last week, said that H1B visas should be considered a trade and services issue and not purely an immigration issue.
Feb 21, 2017
Infosys shouldn’t follow TCS and buy back shares but spend on futuristic restructuringIt makes more sense for Infosys to make a strategic choice towards innovation-led growth in an emerging future than save some pennies to boost the short-term earning per share.
Feb 16, 2017
Mukesh Ambani says Donald Trump can be a blessing in disguise for India's IT playersAmbani said the domestic industry should work on strengthening domestic capabilities.
Feb 15, 2017
Donald Trump can be a blessing in disguise for IT players: Mukesh Ambani"Trump can actually be a blessing in disguise. The domestic IT industry can focus on solving problems right here, which is a huge market," Ambani told the three-day Nasscom leadership forum that opened here today.
Feb 03, 2017
H1-B visa: Narayana Murthy's solution for Indian IT firms is unlikely to be viableComing from NR Narayana Murthy, a pioneer of the IT services business, the comment is significant and also ironical
Feb 03, 2017
Narayana Murthy wants Indian IT to stop using H1-B, step up local hiringNR Narayana Murthy also warned that becoming multi-cultural is a very, very hard option. "It's not easy," he said
Dec 22, 2016
Karnataka: Congress govt mulls 100% job reservation in private sector for KannadigasThe Congress government in Karnataka is mulling 100 percent reservation for Kannadigas in all private sector industries in the state, barring IT and biotechnology firms, which avail concessions under the state industrial policy.
Nov 08, 2016
US election 2016: How the outcome will impact Indian rupee, equities, tradeA resurgence of risk-aversion sentiment globally will impact emerging market currencies in general and expose rupee to potential pressure
Oct 23, 2016
IT sector's transformation comes when India is struggling to create jobs: Is it in a downward spiral?First, this means that even if India's IT companies are able to retain their market share of software work, it is going to be automated, meaning requiring less employees.
Oct 17, 2016
Decoding Indian IT after TCS, Infosys: Not just promoters' attitude, the very culture needs to changeIt is the not the current top three companies that will make the change. Watch out for the dark horses which will make the leap