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In the name of the cow: What motivates gau rakshaks?
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In the name of the cow: What motivates gau rakshaks?

'It's not only holy reverence that drives them to such vigilantism -- there is adventure too.''Some of the younger gau rakshaks enjoy the thrill of the chase: Stopping vehicles, wielding weapons, badgering passengers and then gloating.'Dhruv Munjal reports. IMAGE: Gau rakshaks get tip-offs about possible cow smugglers in the area on their mobile phones. Photograph: Allison Joyce/Getty Images   "Do you see these bullet marks? I was driving that night." At first glance, Dinesh Arya seems an ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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You, like most others, thought your money is safe when in the bank. It could well be a fallacy. Frauds, after all, come in all shapes and sizes. Ask Shyam, an IT employee in Bengaluru, owner of a savings account with a Karnataka-headquartered national ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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Firing or hiring, what's the reality of the Indian IT sector?

Amid all the talk of lay offs in the IT services sector, an industry survey has said the demand for techies increased by 24 per cent in May 2017. The numbers of the survey validate industry body Nasscom's argument that net hiring in the IT sector remains ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Iran's startups promise paradise for the country's unemployed youth

Stella Morgana , Leiden University Iran’s self-proclaimed Silicon Valley stands on the road to mount Damavand, the tallest mountain in the country. Set up in 2005 , its name is ambitious: Pardis , a “paradise” for technology. Pardis is where Tehran just ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Tech giants push into machine-learning diagnoses

Few US industries are growing as fast as health care, but the big public-cloud companies – Amazon.com, Microsoft, Google – have struggled to crack the $3.2 trillion market. Even as hospitals and insurers collect mountains of health data on individual ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

IT professionals: The new face of labour unions

The past few weeks have seen several hundred people let go of by IT services firms joining unions claiming to represent tech workers fighting for their rights. Romita Majumdar, Gireesh Babu and Ayan Pramanik report from the ground in Mumbai, Chennai, and Bengaluru. IT jobs: Worst challenge ahead IMAGE: Usually, IT employees let go during annual appraisal cycles would be absorbed by other firms looking for such skill-sets. This year, however, people being laid off are not getting ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

IT firms only need to get their mojo back

India's IT, BPO story isn't over yet, believes Ganesh Natarajan. IMAGE: There is life in the old dog yet, and the industry is fully capable of finding a way back to the growth trajectories that made it the darling of stock markets for two decades, says the author.Photograph: Reuters.   A busy month of quarterly and annual results have served to underline what we have all known for some time -- the information technology (IT) and business process management services industry is changing ...
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Decoding the Indian luxury housing story

Luxury housing in India is the proverbial sitting duck for target practice in the shooting gallery that is the Indian residential property sector. Market pundits and the media never get tired of taking potshots at it, and claiming that this segment has got ...
 Sify1 month ago

What India's youth can learn from Gandhi

'You are beginning your professional life in a time of global turmoil, when economic systems and the earth's eco-systems are in deep crisis.' 'Societies across the world are struggling with the complexity of technological and social change happening at a speed that our species has never experienced before.' 'May you be more excited than frightened by the times we live in.' 'Precisely because the crises are so deep, there are also unprecedented opportunities for pioneering and brave work that ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

He went to Harvard Business School to help India's farmers

Siddharth Tata's Purple Chilli helps vegetable farmers earn an income 365 days a year. A day in the life of desperate Indian farmers IMAGE: After graduating from IIT-Madras, Siddharth Tata worked with McKinsey & Company for four years. It was here that he got a chance to do consulting work in the rural and agricultural sector and found his calling. Photographs: Kind courtesy Purple Chilli   When Siddharth Tata graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology-Madras -- living up to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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