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March 27

  • Bharti Tele signs $ 750m outsourcing pact with IBM; picks Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore for special focus; plans Blackberry technology launch.

  • Satyam eyes mega deals.

  • Infineon CEO quits over serious differences.

  • Simputer hits retail shelves.

  • Sierra in expansion phase; to invest $ 4m.

  • Why CapitalOne cancelled Wipro Spectramind telemarketing deal.

  • Mascon targets $ 250m in 2 years; co identifies R&D outsourcing, package implementation as core focus areas.

  • Reliance Info to raise Rs 5000 cr.

    March 26

  • IT cos need not show overseas staff pay in annual report.

  • Q3 PC sales up 87 pc.

  • VSNL-FLAG pact on additional bandwidth.

  • EU ready to defend MS ruling.

  • Telecom offshoring: Competition hot on India's heels, says Deloitte report.

  • MS speech server for call centres.

  • New Net domains awaiting approval.

  • Network security market to grow at 14 pc.

  • Wipro, Cypress to widen pact.

  • Bharti to raise $ 100m via FCCBs.

  • Tatas to handle call centre support of DTH venture with STAR.

  • Headstrong to ramp up India ops.

  • TCS float likely in July; to mop up Rs 4000 cr.

  • Reliance to set up domestic call centre in Chennai; to handle RIL's customer calls for entire south India.

  • HDS to create India subsidiary by June this year.

  • Idea Cell plans Rs 300 cr network spread.

  • Virtusa to hire 400 in Hyd.

    March 25

  • US law firms ship project work to India.

  • Midas takes IT to rural masses.

  • Alcatel Indian unit sales to rise 25 pc.

  • No impact of rising rupee on Infosys as of now.

  • HP betting on Linux-based PCs.

  • US tech group joins issue with Forrester on jobs.

  • Hughes management may bid with CDC, Warburg for News Corp stake; Wipro, Infosys also in the running.

  • Bharti to merge Mobinet, Mobitel with Cellular.

  • Nokia rings the loudest in India; clocks 97 pc growth to over Euro one billion.

  • Infosys stepping up consulting presence.

  • Tax issue stops foreign firms' BPO India march.

    March 24

  • Data Access IPO in Rs 17-20 price band.

  • India software cos must move into products game: Vishnu Dusad, Nucleus software.

  • iSoft to raise headcount by 650.

  • Sapient names new India head.

  • Nortel bids for Rlwys communication solution.

  • HCL Tech scraps plan to merge units.

  • Former TCS CFO quits; co looks to double numbers.

  • eFunds moves processing work back to US.

  • File tracking tech may get SC boost.

  • i2 Tech rules out job cuts in India.

  • Cisco opens R&D lab in Bangalore.

  • CapitalOne ends deal with Wipro Spectramind.

  • HP unveils new finance plan for PCs.

    March 23

  • US equity firm invests $30 m in Sutherland

  • Bharti rolls out Rs 2,000-cr plan for more circles, expansion

  • HFCL gets MTNL order

  • Cypress India to double headcount

  • Satyam looking to buy small cos with SAP capability

  • Vinciti plans to triple revenue by year-end

  • Bharti to pump in Rs 2000 cr in '04-05.

  • TechBooks to add 500 more to Indian workforce.

  • Reliance Info close to offloading stake to foreign investors.

  • Reliance Info offers multi-player gaming.

  • US firms seek more space for BPO; over 300 million sq ft of leased space over the next 10 years sought.

    March 22

  • Tech spending to rise1.4 pc: Gartner.

  • Wipro sees action in managed services.

  • UTStarcom to hike R&D headcount.

  • Orange to offer 200 SMS free.

  • Cell operators want closed user group tariffs to stay.

  • Infy to up manpower 5-fold in Kerala unit.

  • Reuters to raise India offshoring strength.

  • Alcatel mulls research centre in Bangalore.

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