Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Monday, Sep 06, 2004
Delay in funds release hits rural telephony.
Tata Indicom enters wireless pre-paid space with new features.
Hutch to hold 42 pc direct stake in Indian operations.
IPO not in near future: Progeon.
Recruiters learning the Javas and .Nets.
Over 1 million European jobs moving out by 2015.
Accenture bullish on hiring spree.
Peoplesoft to hike headcount to 1000.
Concerto Bangalore centre to be operational by Oct.
IBM opens up blade server designs.
Idea Cell earmarks Rs 150 cr for Gujarat this fiscal.
Reliance Info unveils post-paid plan Joy 499.
DoT for retaining access deficit charges on incoming ISD calls.
VSNL to seek compensation from Govt for early loss of monopoly.
Infosys draws up 1:1:3 strategy for consulting biz.
i-flex plans Thai office; board okays issue of warrants to IBM Global Services.
Satyam recruits in a big way in Malaysia.
Indian BPO units taking offshore work elsewhere.
90 pc of Adobe software used in India is pirated: India MD.
BNP considering Pondicherry for French language BPO unit.
Zensar Tech eyes US buys to grow topline.
Level the telecom field: Tata.
VSNL to roll out retail broadband in 30 cities.
Bandwidth players worried over proposed price cuts.
Bharti, Reliance work out lower licence fee payouts; apply for Sept. arate IP-2 licence.
Pvt telecom players threaten to stop paying access deficit charges.
Attendance registers are passe; logging in is in.
COAI wants level playing field with long distance players.
AT&T to set up global network node at Chennai.
Satyam opens Melbourne centre.
Laser-tech mouse launched.
ICICI OneSource buys majority stake in US business research co.
Stata Labs unveils search-based email product.
CA plans tech campus in Hyd.
BPL Mobile offers one second billing; competition dismissive.
TVS-E has 45 pc of dot matrix printer pie.
TV over phone lines excites telecom players.
Bharti wants review of BSNL price reduction.
Longhorn changed to meet 2006 deadline: Gates in interview.
BPL Comm begins hunt for partner.
GailTel to buy optic fibre lines in Bengal.
Nasscom plans BPO certification program.
IB takes a call on value-added mobile services; lack of proper monitoring making system vulnerable to misuse, it feels.
VFortress close to second round of funding by KVCF.
IT spending by Indian corporates low: Nasscom.
Helios & Matheson buys 2 firms.
Telstra awards more deals to Infosys and Satyam.
Start-up offers personal supercomputers.
Exim policy will boost domestic manufacturing: MAIT
Patni to set up Chennai centre; to house 10,000 professionals at a cost of Rs 450 cr.
Intelligent garments to marry chip with tech.
Symphony to buy Indian co, to hire 2000.
World Bank rolls out ICT project for India.
BSNL dials foreign suitors for CDMA JV.
CMC to beef up overseas biz with TCS help.
Polycom bullish, targets education sector.
L&T plans China software centre.
Extend hacking to cover unauthorised access: Nasscom.
Rolta India net jumps 277 pc.
Indian majors elbow their way into consulting.
Ontrack plans BPO arm.
TRAI's ADC salvo to hit BSNL plans.
Application filed for Indian edition of WSJ.
DoT says No to direct inter-circle connectivity.
CA's $1-m offer has geeks rushing to download.
MTNL to float tender for 1 m GSM lines.
OfficeTiger eyes buyouts, shopping budget at $30 m.
Aptech makes an offer to Canadian education co for buy-out.
Software cos earn more per client in June quarter; clients stickiness increases.
Delhi is hot choice for foreign telecom players.
CDMA to lag GSM in subscriber base.
E*Trade sounds out Indian market.
Datacraft moving Apac unit to India.
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