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Wednesday, November 07, 2007



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Satyam Computer Services Ltd. is a leading global consulting and IT services company, offering a wide array of solutions customized for a range of key verticals and horizontals. From strategy consulting right through to implementing IT solutions for customers, Satyam straddles the entire IT space. It has excellent domain competencies in verticals such as Automotive, Banking & Financial Service, Insurance & Healthcare, Manufacturing, Telecom-Infrastructure-Media-Entertainment- Semiconductors.


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Satyam's network spans 46 countries, across 6 continents. Nearly 20,000 dedicated and highly skilled IT professionals, work in development centers in India, the USA, the UK, the UAE, Canada, Hungary, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Japan and Australia and serve over 390 global companies, including over 144 Fortune 500 corporations.

The stock market on Tuesday collapsed from the day’s high and even ended 190 points lower in volatile trade on heavy profit sales by investors and a slowdown in FII activity. (Sensex Sheds 190 Points, Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2007)

India could actually mint more land in the countryside, but it can't do it off car batteries. It will take a real energy revolution. (Extremes Cohabit In India , Deccan Herald, Thomas L Friedman, Nov 02, 2007)

Cisco, on Tuesday, announced its global collaboration with Satyam Computer Services for integrated health management solutions for global markets. (Cisco Opens New Centre , Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2007)

The Sensex opened with a positive gap of 296 points at 17,910. The index is now up 635 points at 18,249. (Sensex Up 635pts; Bharti Zooms 7% , Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 23, 2007)

Halting the bull run that prompted the market men and analysts to predict that the 20,000-point milestone was within touching distance after the Sensex crossed the 19,000 level on Monday, the bourses saw a selling spree by panic-stricken . . . . (Bloodbath, Then Sanity, Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)

For a country with 6 million cricket fans and between 50,000 & 60,000 people playing the game, Canada’s cricket association has taken a bold step in bringing on board a full-time professional CEO. (Willows In Maple Country, Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 18, 2007)

Of the 15 proposals listed for the Board of Approvals meeting on October 19, 11 belong to the IT and ITeS sector, including those from TCS and DLF for their new projects in West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh... (Its A Mad Rush For Sezs By It Majors , Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 16, 2007)

A theory doing the rounds is that the Ludhiana terror attack was an attempt to scare away migrant workers from UP and Bihar, who not only are a mainstay of Punjab’s farm and industry but have emerged as a distinct community and political voice as . . . . (Blast Meant To Scare Away Migrants From Up, Bihar? , Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 16, 2007)

While political uncertainty looms large, the stock indices ignored all such eventualities as the benchmark Bombay Stock Exchange 30-share sensitive index (Sensex) zoomed past the 18000-mark on Tuesday with the largest single day gain of 788.85 points. (Sensex Crosses 18000-Mark, Hindu, Oommen A. Ninan , Oct 10, 2007)

The stock market barometer Sensex surged by a record 789 points to cross the 18,000-point milestone as investors took heart from the improbability of snap polls and bought heavily in frontline stocks led by Reliance industries. (Sensex Sets New Milestone; Crosses 18,000 Mark, New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 10, 2007)

The two had as much similarity as they were different. Both came from that part of Punjab which later merged with Pakistan, and both bore the brunt of Partition. (Incredible Lives, Pioneer, Utpal Kumar, Oct 08, 2007)

A strong rupee, the skilled-labour shortage, changing demographic profile of overseas clients and the firms’ own movement up the value chain are all playing a role in encouraging high-tech firms to outsource their outsourced jobs to countries. . . (Indian Capital Goes Abroad, Business Line, Ashoak Upadhyay , Oct 03, 2007)

The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) 30-share Sensex on Thursday opened firm at 17,059.61 from Wednesdays close of 16,921.39 and later touched an all-time intra-day high of 17,188.40, before ending the day at 17,150.56 with a gain of 229.17. . . (Sensex Above 17k & Nifty 5k , Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 28, 2007)

Arun Arora, an ex-member on the board of India’s No. 1 media company Bennett, Coleman and Company (BCCL), was awarded the lifetime achievement award at the Brand Asia Summit 2007 held in Mumbai on Wednesday. (Arun Arora Bags Lifetime Award, Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 28, 2007)

The Sensex is now up 111 points at 17,032. (Sensex Up 111pts; Ongc Up 4% , Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2007)

It was a day of celebrations in Mumbai on Wednesday as the country's benchmark 30-share Bombay Stock Exchange Index crossed 17,000 mark. (Sensex Smashes 17,000 Mark, Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2007)

The Sensex breached the 17,000 mark today in record time to join in the celebrations. (Sensex Does Its Own Jig, Hits 17k, Tribune, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2007)

IT majors, TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Cognizant, Satyam and HCL Technologies - have accounted for 1.9 percent of the total $672 billion IT services market in 2006. (Indian Companies Increase Share In It Services, New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2007)

The BSE Sensitive Index shot past the 17,000-mark on Wednesday, exactly one week and five trading sessions after it breached the 16,000 mark, making for the fastest 1,000-point gain in its history. (Sensex Scales 17,000, Business Line, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2007)

A series of deadly bombings have left this southern showcase of India’s hi-tech success haunted by fears of new attacks that could ruin Hindu-Muslim harmony and the city’s growing prosperity. (India’S Cyber-City Lives In Fear Of Terror Attacks, Daily Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 25, 2007)

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