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- Indian It, Outsourcing Exports To Top $60 Bn By 2010 (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 21, 2007)
Indian software and information technology enabled services (ITES) exports will double to $60 billion by 2010 with every rupee invested in the industry translating into an additional one rupee in output, says a study.
- Sensex Shrugs Off Inflation, Vaults 346 Pts (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 16, 2007)
The Coast Guard's interception and seizure in Indian waters, close to the Tamil Nadu coast, of a boat carrying deadly arms and ammunition, including a 7 kg suicide belt, has spotlighted the deadly terrorist menace the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam pose
- Satyam To Set Up 2500-Seat Development Facility In Nanjing (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 09, 2007)
City-based global IT major Satyam Computer Services Ltd is setting up its largest development facility outside India in Nanjing, China.
- Moral Of The Story Is... (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 07, 2007)
Of three Tamil books for children
We must pique children's interest in the language by using words they are familiar with
- India Inc Revenues Soar In Dec Quarter (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 05, 2007)
An analysis of the 30 blue chip Sensex firms show they have garnered combined profits of about Rs 23,247.61 crore, which is 35 per cent more than what the companies recorded in the previous quarter a year ago.
- Co-Developer Status To Sez Cos Granted (Business Line, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 03, 2007)
The Board of Approval for Special Economic Zones (SEZs) today granted co-developer status to some major companies including Motorola India Pvt Ltd, Foxconn India Developer Pvt Ltd, Ascendas Mahindra IT Park Pvt Ltd and two units of . . . .
- Sensex Scales New High (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 03, 2007)
The key BSE Sensex and NSE Nifty indices on Friday scaled new heights as stock markets extended gains for the second straight day on the back of strong global cues, setting aside worries over rising inflation.
- Sezs Board Clears 30 Units' Operations (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 03, 2007)
Co-developer status for Motorola, Foxconn
HCL Technologies, Wipro and L&T in approved list
Petronet LNG to be co-developer in Cochin Port Trust SEZ
- Commerce To Gom: Clear 41 ‘Cleared’ Sezs, Roll Back Freeze (New Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 31, 2007)
Infosys Technologies, Wipro, Satyam Computers , HCL Technologies and Bajaj Auto Limited are among the 41 approved developers who are knocking on the doors of the Government for a rollback of the GoM’s decision withholding their SEZ notification.
- It Revenues To Touch $47.8 B, Says Nasscom (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 25, 2007)
Registering a ten fold increase in the past decade, Indian IT industry would achieve a revenue of US$47.8 billion during the current fiscal, National Association for Software & Services Companies (Nasscom) has said.
- India's Satyam Q3 Profit Jumps 25 (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 20, 2007)
India's fourth-biggest software exporter Satyam said quarterly net profit jumped 25 percent but the figure was dwarfed by rivals which have reported increases of up to 52 percent.
- Examine The Coil To Understand The Spring (The Financial Express, Sucheta Dalal, Jan 03, 2007)
Nissan Copper is a scrip that few had heard about until the last trading day of 2006.
- Happy New Year, Says Sensex (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 03, 2007)
The Bombay Stock Exchange key index Sensex shot up by 155 points on the first trading day of the new year following a widespread rally led by auto stocks and heavy fund buying after firm Asian advices.
- Hasta La Vista, Xp? (Pioneer, Surajit Dasgupta, Dec 29, 2006)
Business users love its connectivity and security, parents love its child censors, but Windows Vista is no revolution, says Surajit Dasgupta
- Sensex Hit Max As Asian Markets Fall To Sliding Dollar (Singapore Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 29, 2006)
Indian equities succumbed to the bearish trend in global markets, with benchmark indices shedding over 1% on Tuesday. Brokers said the correction was welcome as the market was beginning to overheat after the steady climb over the past few weeks.
- Sensex Plummets 172 Pts (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 29, 2006)
The markets ended weak on Tuesday as global markets triggered a sell off on Indian bourses. Investors dumped technology stocks amid concerns of a slowdown in the US economy, but, Colombo stocks posted a record close.
- Frankensteins At Large (Hindu, BHUMIKA K, Nov 28, 2006)
G.B. Prabhath co-founder of IT giant Satyam Computers, talks about the alienation of technology in his novel Eimona. For him, it is a very thin line between being and not being there . . .
- India Inc Must Foray Abroad With Caution (Business Line, T. C. A. Ramanujam , Nov 24, 2006)
Indian companies are foraying into developed countries even as their Chinese counterparts are concentrating on the less developed nations of Africa. Though this is a tribute to Indian managerial and entrepreneurial skills, India Inc must also watch . . .
- Sensex Recovers After 200-Pt Tremor (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 21, 2006)
The stock market went bananas as one market watcher put it.
- Indian It May Face Man Power Crunch: Expert (Pioneer, Omer Farooq, Nov 08, 2006)
The Indian IT industry, with its phenomenal rate of growth and ambitious targets for the next five years is surging forward rapidly but there are grave concerns that the shortage of quality skilled manpower will become a major obstacle in achieving . . .
- Sensex Extends Winning Streak (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 07, 2006)
Though global markets displayed weakness yet bulls remained in control of the major Indian bourses and lifted the benchmark BSE index Sensex at 13,186 levels, up 56 points on Monday.
- Bmp May Reintroduce Pay-And-Park System (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 02, 2006)
Jairaj says he will implement government's instructions
Two packages likely to be offered to parking contractors
13 roads selected for re-introducing pay-and-park system
- 13k: Large Caps Fuel Surge In Sensex (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 31, 2006)
The Sensex crossed yet another milestone at 13,024.26 on Monday after hitting an all-time high of 13,035 on the back of good corporate results for the July-September quarter.
- Sensex Continues To Sulk, Down 113 Pts (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 24, 2006)
The markets approached October expiry in the Futures and Option segment, which triggered heavy selling by major players on the bourses on Monday.
- It’S Time Reform Touched The Farms (The Economic Times, Montek singh Ahluwalia, Oct 19, 2006)
It is indeed a privilege to be asked to speak on this occasion commemorating 15 years of economic reforms. I have been asked to comment on the impact of the reforms on trade and industry.
- Maoists Kill Upa Sarpanch, Contractor In A.P. (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 13, 2006)
Maoists killed Jaganmohan Reddy, a contractor, and Bolla Krishna, upa sarpanch of Anantaram, in Manguru sub-division on Thursday.
- Sensex Ends With Moderate Losses (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 12, 2006)
IT bellwether Infosys' attractive performance and revenue guidance notwithstanding, the Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark, Sensex, lost initial gains and closed with moderate losses as investors took profits at higher levels.
- Infosys Q2 Profit Up (Reuters, Correspondent or Reporter, Oct 11, 2006)
Infosys Technologies Ltd., India's second-largest software services exporter, beat market forecasts with a 53.5 percent rise in quarterly profit, as outsourcing demand outstrips rising salary costs.
- Sensex Up 23pts; Metal Stocks Firm (Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 29, 2006)
The Sensex is now up 23 points at 12,403.
- Sensex Up 91pts; Itc, Hdfc Bank Lead (Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 27, 2006)
The Sensex touched a high of 12,422, and is now up 91 points at 12,412.
- Towards Efficiency In Doing Good (Hindu, Editorial, The Hindu, Sep 22, 2006)
If giving is seen not as charity but more as allocation of resources, the question of efficacy and measuring the results is critical.
- Satyam Looking For Japanese Acquisitions (WhatIsIndia Publications, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 20, 2006)
Satyam Computers Services Limited revealed that it was actively seeking to acquire many Japanese companies and that it has already short-listed four to five companies and will close the deals soon.
- Alienation In The Post-Modern World (Hindu, Ajit Duara, Sep 19, 2006)
The central character in Eimona is an elderly gentleman called `Pantu-thatha'. His grandson gives him this nickname. His real name is Subbu and he religiously wears a south Indian `veshti'. The novelist clarifies that a `veshti' is not the north . . .
- Sensex Continue To Rise, Gain Over 60 Points In Early Trade (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 19, 2006)
The benchmark Sensex maintain an upward march on the Bombay Stock Exchange by gaining over 59.55 points in early trade on sustained buying by funds.
- Sensex Regains 12,000 Peak (Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 16, 2006)
The Bombay Stock Exchange’s 30-share sensitive index (Sensex) on Friday recaptured the 12,000 peak, which it had first climbed on April 20 but had to beat a retreat, after the market meltdown in May.
- Satyam Sights A Slew Of Buyouts In Japan (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 15, 2006)
Satyam Computers Services Limited, on Thursday, said the company was according highest priority for slew of acquisitions in Japan.
- Sensex Up By 52 Points In Early Trade (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 11, 2006)
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark, Sensex, went up by over 52 points in early trade today on buying by foreign as well as domestic funds in heavy-weighted bluechip stocks.
- India-China Trade: A Long Road Ahead (Hindu, PALLAVI AIYAR, Sep 07, 2006)
Industry and policy makers need to go beyond cheering the numbers for bilateral trade and look to address the underlying fundamentals that are in need of transformation.
- Top Naxal Leader In Ap Police Custody (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 04, 2006)
One of the top Naxalite leaders in Andhra Pradesh along with two of his close associates is in police custody.
- Bulls Back, Sensex Gains 79 Pts (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Sep 02, 2006)
The Sensex opened at 11,699.57 on Friday morning and rapidly fell into the red to 11,666.01 as blue chip stocks went down on a moderate bout of selling pressure.
- Not All Are Tourists, It Beckons Most (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2006)
Indian outsourcing has inspired comments from Jay Leno and a man who is much funnier, George Bush. It has unleashed debates and even suicides.
- Not All Americans Are Tourists, It Beckons Most (Times of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 14, 2006)
Indian outsourcing has inspired comments from Jay Leno and a man who is much funnier, George Bush. It has unleashed debates and even suicides. But for sometime now, Americans have been outsourcing themselves to India for survival. It is tough . . .
- Concentration In The Competitive Software Business (Business Line, Jayati Ghosh, Aug 08, 2006)
The success of India in the global market for software services has encouraged the view that software is a competitive industry with limited barriers to entry and space for new and small players. In actual fact, however, US firms dominate the . . .
- Dalal St Tested On Oil Prices, Ecb Rates (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 04, 2006)
Dalal Street on Thursday withstood the onslaughts of rising oil prices and impending interest rates hike from European Central Bank successfully as it finally ended with a gain of 46.97 points or 0.43 per cent at 10,923.16.
- Sensex Down By 79 Points On Profit-Taking » (Hindustan Times, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 02, 2006)
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark, Sensex, fell by nearly 79 points on Tuesday morning trading on profit-selling by funds and retail investors in bluechip stocks.
- Sensex Emerges Positive Despite Intra-Day Losses (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Aug 01, 2006)
Despite surrendering a major part of the early gains, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) benchmark index, Sensex, on Monday managed to close in positive terrain with a moderate rise of 63.65 points at 10,743.88, cutting short Friday’s brief downward . . .
- Gateways To Great Careers (Frontline, T.S. Subramanian, Jul 25, 2006)
Education in Chennai is witnessing a revolution with students discovering new streams that lead to a bright careers.
- Pre-Market: Rbi Policy Review Meet To Set The Tone (Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 25, 2006)
Backed by significant gains in the world markets the Sensex is likely to open higher this morning. However, the market direction will all depend upon RBI quarterly policy review later in the day.
- Tata Steel Net Up 3.75% (Indian Express, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 22, 2006)
Tata Steel today posted an increase of 3.75 per cent in net profit at Rs 1013.94 crore for the quarter ended June 30 as compared to Rs 977.20 crore for the same quarter last year.
- Sensex Feels Crude Heat, Dips 180 Pts (Asian Age, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 16, 2006)
The Sensex opened weak mirroring the fortunes of the Asian markets that were impacted by the 0 to .2.5 per cent interest rate announced by the Bank of Japan, which hitherto had a zero-interest rate regime.
- Markets React To Bottomlines, Not Headlines (Indian Express, GAUTAM CHIKERMANE, Jul 13, 2006)
Terrorism and markets make for the strangest of partners, simultaneously in and out of sync with one another.
- Market Gives Thumbs Down To Terror, Soars 316 Points (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 13, 2006)
Terror attack did not dampen the spirits of traders and investors as the Bombay Stock Exchange's 30-share benchmark Sensex rallied more than 300 points on Wednesday and was seen surging towards the 11000-mark again.
- Sensex Up 37pts; Icici Bank, Tata Steel Slip (Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 10, 2006)
Bharti Airtel has surged 3% to Rs 381. Wipro, HDFC and Satyam have rallied 2% each to Rs 479, Rs 1,185 and Rs 705, respectively.
- Strategy To Ensure Better Profitability (Hindu, R. GOPALAKRISHNAN, Jul 10, 2006)
Israeli management guru offers effective tools to Indian companies
- Indian Companies' Investment In U.K. Doubles To $2 B (Hindu, N. Ravi Kumar, Jul 06, 2006)
South Indian cos. account for 30 p.c. of the investment decisions
Third largest investor next only to U.S. and Japan
ICT companies dominate with 26 projects
- Sensex Down 142pts; Market Breadth -Ve (Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Jul 06, 2006)
ICICI Bank has dropped 3.5% to Rs 489. Satyam has shed 2.5% to Rs 715.
HDFC Bank, Wipro, Bajaj Auto and Dr.Reddy's are down over 1.5% each at Rs 794, Rs 489, Rs 2,767 and Rs 1,356, respectively.
- Sensex Down 80pts; Hdfc Drops 3% (Business Standard, Editorial, Business Standard, Jun 28, 2006)
The Sensex has recovered most of its lost ground and is now down 80 points at 10,071.
- Sensex Gains 125 Points (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 24, 2006)
Markets on Friday slipped, slided but recovered at last because of the news of a possible merger between Arcelor and Mittal, and also jump in Reliance Industries stocks above the Rs 1,000 level.
- Sensex Plunges By More Than 240 Points In Early Trade (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 20, 2006)
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex plunged by over 243 points in early trade today, following heavy selling by foreign funds.
- Sensex Breaks 5-Week Losing Streak (Business Standard, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 17, 2006)
Following a record 616 points rally on Friday coupled with strong world market the Sensex opened with a huge positive gap of 158 points at 9703 and then did not bother to look back.
- A Leading Institution With Global Standards (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 11, 2006)
Kamban Engineering College of Jeeva Educational Trust was founded by Thiru.
- How E-Governance Can Benefit Students (The Financial Express, S SADAGOPAN, Jun 09, 2006)
Not only has it made available examination results at the click of a button, but enabled e-Testing, too.
- Sensex Rebounds 153 Points On Funds Buying (Press Trust of India, Correspondent or Reporter, Jun 02, 2006)
In two-way movement, the benchmark sensex recovered by over 153 points in early trade on the Bombay Stock Exchange today on revival of buying by domestic funds and retail investors.
- Ways Of Censorship (Times of India, Rajeev Dhavan , May 24, 2006)
If the demands of all religionists are fully met, India would have to create an Inquisition headed by a Grand Inquisitor with powers to censor and ban any and everything. The censorship toll of the past three decades has been immense.
- Fluid Job Market (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, May 16, 2006)
Information technology majors Infosys, Wipro, TCS and Satyam together added nearly 60,000 employees in 2005-06, pushing up their combined wage bill by over 50%. In contrast, wage expenses rose sedately for the non-IT majors.
- It Services Companies Do India Proud (The Financial Express, S SADAGOPAN, Apr 28, 2006)
Not only by growing significantly in terms of revenue, but by providing high-quality jobs, too
- Do As Romans Do (Business Line, Editorial, Business Line, Apr 28, 2006)
When in Rome do as Romans do is sage advice. For example, if you want to get business in the US, you have to hardsell your expertise to the prospective customer.
- Satyam Q4 Net Up 38%, Outlook Disappoints (Pioneer, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 22, 2006)
One of India's top software exporter, Satyam Computer Services Ltd., on Friday posted a 38 percent jump in quarterly net profit, but its shares fell sharply dampened by lower-than-expected earnings forecast.
- Sensex Misses 12000-Mark On Profit Taking (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 20, 2006)
The Bombay Stock Exchange benchmark Sensex advanced closer to the 12,000-level on attractive corporate earnings, but closed way short of the milestone due to profit taking by investors.
- Nagercoil Students Devise Safety Device (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 20, 2006)
Three Nagercoil students of Raja's Engineering College at Vadakkankulam have designed a safety device that can send alerts whenever cables are cut in windmills.
- Sensex Zooms 302 Points On Encouraging Corporate Results (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 18, 2006)
Heavy buying in blue chip stocks by domestic funds
- Indian Shares Rise 1.5 Pct, Colombo Bounces (Reuters, Correspondent or Reporter, Apr 18, 2006)
Indian shares rose more than 1.5 percent on Tuesday, cheered by robust earnings from software firms and expectations of strong growth.
- Satyam To Support Kmd In Sap Project (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Feb 02, 2006)
Satyam Computer Services entered into a long-term strategic partnership on Tuesday with KMD, one of the large IT companies in Denmark, to provide SAP solutions.
- Satyam Q3 Net At Rs. 270 Cr. (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 21, 2006)
Revises revenue guidance upwards
Continuing its robust growth, Satyam Computer Services Limited has posted Rs. 1,265.29 crore revenues from software services during the third quarter ended December 31, 2005, marking a 39.4 per cent increase over . . .
- Satyam Q3 Net Zooms 182 Pc At Rs 493.07 Cr (Deccan Herald, Correspondent or Reporter, Jan 21, 2006)
Satyam Computer Services Ltd on Friday announced that the company posted a 182.10 per cent jump in net profit of Rs 493.07 crore for the quarter ended December 31, 2005, as compared to Rs 174.78 crore for the corresponding quarter in previous fiscal.
- Satyam Tops Forrester Study (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 07, 2005)
Satyam Computer Services, a global consulting and IT services provider, has been cited as a top player in the Indian vendor consulting market in "The Forrester Wave: Indian vendor consulting capabilities,
- Satyam To Set Up It Park In Nagpur (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Dec 06, 2005)
Satyam Computers next major IT park is tipped to come up in a proposed special economic zone (SEZ,) which is an integral part of the Centre’s ambitious Multi Modal International Hub at Nagpur.
- Satyam's Alliance With Goldratt (Hindu, Correspondent or Reporter, Dec 01, 2005)
Satyam Computer Services Ltd., a global IT consulting and services provider, has announced its alliance with Goldratt Consulting Ltd.
- Satyam To Launch Leadership School (The Economic Times, Editorial, Economic Times, Nov 29, 2005)
Satyam Computer Services is set to launch the Satyam School of Leadership, a corporate university to develop leaders within the company.
- Satyam On Leadership Training Drive (Business Line, Correspondent or Reporter, Nov 29, 2005)
Satyam Computer Services Ltd has charted out plans to institutionalise training of leaders and expects to cover about 1,500 (about 5 per cent) of the company's 25,000 employees initially through what it calls Satyam School of Leadership.
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