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Micro-market turned into a self-sustaining area

The IT/ITeS sector continues to be a dominant growth driver for Bangalore, and some areas stand out from the rest as far as the impact of this sector is concerned. Whitefield, in the eastern part of Bangalore, is one such area. Whitefield is a ... Business Standard India, 20 hours ago

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Nigeria Shi'ite leader says military kills 3 sons, 30 supporters

The military said they were fired upon first by someone in the crowd and that they killed nine people. The Shi'ites were protesting Israeli attacks on Gaza and also marching to observe of a religious holiday, in the northern city of Zaria, where ...
 Reuters Africa1 day ago Nigeria Shiite leader says military kills 3 sons 30 supporters  Big News Network1 day ago Shi'ite leader says military killed 3 sons, 30 supporters 2014-07-27 08:03 in News  News241 day ago Video: Nigeria Shi'ite Leader Says Military Kills 3 Sons, 30 Supporters  The US Daily1 day ago
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New Projects Pushed Realty Area in South Bangalore

Bangalore : The IT and ITEs sector bull hold on real estate market in Bangalore city. The new projects also pushed realty in South Bangalore and changed the face of surrounded localities. Most of the demand for a Bangalore real estate property comes ...
 Silicon India3 days ago 5 Most Preferred Areas in Bangalore for Real Rstate Investment  Silicon India1 hour ago Opening for Linux Administrator || Bangalore  IT Next5 days ago
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Bengal plans to tone up IT sector

West Bengal aims to increase its share of revenues from IT, ITeS and Electronic Systems Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) segment. According to the State IT, Finance, Commerce & Industry Minister, Amit Mitra, the aim is to project West Bengal ...
 Hindu Business Line3 days ago Bengal targeting third slot among states in IT: Amit Mitra  NetIndia123.com2 days ago Bengal bets on electronics  Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago WB targets third slot in electronics mfg in the country  Business Standard India4 days ago

Metro cards add value changed

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE New Delhi, 22 July Providing some respite to the Delhi'ites, the Delhi metro today said that the initial add value in smart cards can once again be done through Token Vending Machines (TVM) with a minimum amount of Rs ...
 The Statesman5 days ago DelhiNCR sees 11 rise in office space demand  Hindustan Times20 hours ago Office space absorption up 11% in Delhi-NCR  Press Trust of India1 day ago Office Space Absorption Up 11 Percent in Delhi-NCR  Silicon India10 hours ago

Over 3 lakh Indians working in the IT-ITeS sector: Government

NEW DELHI: The Indian IT-ITes has witnessed progressive growth in the last financial year with about 3.13 lakh IT professionals catering to domestic and international markets during the period, Parliament was informed today. The IT-ITeS sector was ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Indian CIOs Pick Top Three Business Growth Drivers  CIO India3 days ago

Currency volatility, wage inflation are challenges for IT firms

India's leadership position in the IT-ITeS space globally may be well established, but challenges around protectionism, wage inflation and currency volatility, need to be addressed, a government document said on Wednesday. India accounts for more than 55 per cent of the total global sourcing market (excluding engineering services and R&D) in 2013 as compared to 52 per cent in 2012, said the Economic Survey, 2013-14, tabled in Parliament by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Please click NEXT ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

'India to see robust hiring activities in next 3 months'

Indian employers are likely to step up their hiring activities over the next three months, especially with IT & ITes segment expected to go on a robust recruitment drive, says a report. The Employment Outlook Survey by job portal says that Indian companies are expecting the hiring pace for the upcoming quarter to rebound. The findings are based on online interviews that covered 5,413 employers in India. The employers predict increase in headcount in the second quarter of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

IT, ITeS sectors expect tax relief in Budget

The IT and ITeS sectors expect a reduction in minimum alternate tax (MAT) and dividend distribution tax in the next month's Union Budget, a senior economist said on Tuesday. "In order to boost overseas shipments and domestic manufacturing from special economic zones (SEZs), the IT and ITeS sectors expect a reduction in minimum alternate tax and dividend distribution tax (DDT) applicable on such zones," Dun & Bradstreet India's Senior Economist Arun Singh said. The Narendra Modi led ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Hiring activity muted across sectors in May

Recruitment trends remained muted across industries last month compared to April with the exception of IT and ITeS sectors which logged double digit growth in hiring, says a report by However, on year-on-year basis the hiring activity in May rose 14 per cent, compared to the same month last year. According to the report, Naukri Job Speak Index stood at 1,600 for May 2014, a stable hiring scenario compared to the previous month. "Hiring activity is seeing a period of stability. ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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