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February 7

  • Mood upbeat as Nasscom draws to a close

  • US cos `satisfied' with outsourcing.

  • Infrastructure must to draw BPO investments: Nasscom-KPMG study.

  • BPO sector to grow 60 pc this year: Giga.

  • Democrat hopefuls denounce job shifts.

  • Can Penny Black tech help MS block spam?

  • Compass 2004 sees Rs 100 cr deals.

  • Cable & Wireless to outsource more work.

  • Cell user base at 29.77m in Jan.

    February 6

  • Indian IT majors abusing L1 visas, say: US unions; Cos refute charge.

  • Be seen as value creators, not job stealers: Murthy.

  • Govt, Nasscom must adopt low-key approach to BPO backlash.

  • MS to scale up India operations.

  • Xansa unfazed, to beef up India team.

  • Indian software cos can tap $ 44b US spend on security.

  • Samsung mulls mobile phone manufacture here.

  • Data Access IPO to hit market in March.

  • Tata Tele eyes 10m extra lines by '05.

    February 5

  • Nasscom 2004: Software services, BPO need different biz models; Offshoring is win-win trend, says McKinsey.

  • Lower ARPU, but cell cos earnings up 12 pc.

  • Australian union upset over Telstra HR job shifts.

  • CMC sounds alert over rising attrition rate prior to govt divestment.

  • VSNL doing due diligence of Dishnet.

  • Tata Tele pays Rs 417 cr fee for 11 new circles.

  • Hutch to invest Rs 1700 cr on expansion.

  • Cisco sales leap 15 pc to signal rebound.

  • Goldman to set up BPO unit in India.

  • Global BPO sector saves 80 pc costs through India.

    February 4

  • Mini-budget: BPO tax regime stays; industry disappointed.

  • Reliance Info raises mobile tariffs.

  • Pioneer Online plans Rs 10 cr expansion.

  • VSNL advances investments in Tata Tele.

  • Now, move in Ohio to bar outsourcing.

  • Global chip sales surge 28 pc in Dec quarter.

    February 3

  • TRAI says IUC no case for tariff hike.

  • Spectrum no longer free for govt.

  • Nasscom 04 to focus on security concerns.

  • Amkette see 40 pc growth in computer essentials.

  • Kale Consultants Q3 net up at Rs 1.74 cr.

  • Ravi Venkatesan is MS India chairman.

  • US raises pitch on outsourcing.

  • US experts presage fresh anti-BPO Bills.

    February 2

  • Mobile tariffs shoot up; new interconnection usage charges take effect.

  • BSNL users unaffected.

  • Huawei plans to outsource 1000 jobs to Indian vendors; to up headcount inBangalore.

  • UK against law on outsourcing.

  • We need a few more deals to validate BSP concept: Phaneesh Murthy.

  • Wipro gains from higher outsourcing by telecom firms.

  • TiE lines up slew of VCs to invest in IT, Biotech firms.

  • Reliance Info plans to raise Rs 5000 cr domestic debt.

  • Data Access plans Rs 150 cr IPO.

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