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IT cos on edge as major deals come up for renewal
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IT cos on edge as major deals come up for renewal

Sixteen major contracts worth nearly $14 billion to be renewed by June 2018 but uncertainty looms large. By June next year, information technology services firms in the country will have to renew 16 major deals, worth nearly $14 billion, with key clients -- but the deal sizes are likely to grow smaller. While Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, Wipro, HCL Technologies and Tech Mahindra will most likely take a hit, IBM and Accenture -- which have an edge with digital and cloud -- might also see ... Rediff.com, 12 hours ago

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Single dad is a sex symbol. Single mother is an unfortunate woman.

Kanika Datta calls out our parenting stereotypes and how both men and women play into them. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Pay disparities and the high drop-out rate of professionally qualified women from the white-collar workforce have been topics of fiercely contested debates about gender equality in the workplace. Innate male prejudice is responsible for these problems, the activists say. Managements (mostly malem, but the occasional female too) insist that the gap is illusory and ...
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The Great Election Funding Fiddle

'The anonymous electoral bonds means that political affiliations will be even harder to ascertain for the voter or the minority shareholder.''The government of the day will, of course, know, exactly which corporate is making donations to which party.' 'Hence, the government will be in a wonderful position to exert "moral pressure" on corporates which make donations to Opposition parties,' points out Devangshu Datta.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com A recent debate involved a post-modernist ...
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Inside Tamil Nadu's thirsty villages

IMAGE: A boy collects drinking water for his family from a small well dug into a beach in Chennai. Photograph: Reuters With a 60 per cent rainfall deficit in 2016, Tamil Nadu is witnessing its worst drought in 140 years. In January 2017, former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister O Panneerselvam declared the state drought-hit after nearly 150 farmers committed suicide in three months. Over the last 40 days, 200 farmers from the state held protests at Delhi’s Jantar Mantar holding dead rats in ...
 Rediff.com17 hours ago
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The man who took on Sri Sri Ravi Shankar for the sake of the Yamuna

'The size or economic potential of no event can be a valid excuse to break the law of the land.' IMAGE: A report submitted to the National Green Tribunal stated that Art of Living should pay Rs 42 crore as compensation for the restoration of the Yamuna floodplain it damaged during its World Culture Festival held last year. Photograph: PTI Photo "Make sure the truth is on your side," says environmental activist Manoj Mishra who went up against Sri Sri Ravi Shankar and his organisation, Art of ...
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Pre-paying home loan? Read this first

When does it make sense and when does it not?Adhil Shetty, CEO, BankBazaar.com, explains the pros and cons of such a move.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com It is that part of the year when salaried employees receive their annual bonus. After a year's hard work, people eagerly look forward to this windfall, which they often wish to spend on things they have desired for long, such as a vacation or a consumer durable. While it is alright to use a part of the bonus for fulfiling one's long-held ...
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4 things successful people do every day

Ask yourself: What is the one thing I love and believe the most in? A successful leader was once asked: What is his secret to success? He said, "One day I made a decision to stick myself to a daily routine of productive habits and I have been following that every single day of my life -- everything else came up naturally." This suggests, the first steps to something great is always small. The large part is convincing your mind to take the first step and keep going on with it. What prevents us ...
 Rediff.com19 hours ago

GST juggernaut set to roll

The challenge is daunting: Convert an economy of more than 1 billion consumers, 29 states, 22 official languages, 9 million businesses all operating under a spider’s web of taxes, arcane regulations and competing political ambitions into a unified common ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 day ago

'Duet' art project seeks to connect strangers from India and UK

Take conversations beyond the superficial and find what you share in common with a fellow human in a different country. Quicksand, a design studio based in Bengaluru, New Delhi and Goa, and Invisible Flock, a UK-based interactive arts studio are carrying out ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago

Quenching the thirst of wildlife

The air is already hot, the sun is scorching, the temperature is touching over 40° C and the watering holes are running dry. The script is running as predicted by the Indian Meteorological Department, which said that India is expected to experience a ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
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