INDIAN IT PROFESSIONALS
India proposes incentives to woo Apple, Samsung suppliers
India is mulling a plan to offer interest subsidy on local borrowing by mobile handset manufacturers.
Budget 2020 proposal for salaried professionals: PPF, NSC sops on cards to increase taxpayers' savings
Finance Ministry may allow tax exempti...
Merger of Mohun Bagan and ATK can help Indian football achieve greater heights
While it is still not known if they will sport Bagan’s Green a...
Why Mohun Bagan’s new ‘corporate’ ownership can’t be a bad thing for its fans
Mohun Bagan, quite like classic rock, remains a brand that evokes nostalgia among the middle-aged, more than producing a constant crop of new fans. Reeling off the genuine past talents of Gostho Pal, Sailen Manna, Chuni Goswami, Xavier Pius, Manas Bhattacharya, Bidesh Bose, Shyam Thapa, Shibaji Banerjee is one thing for die-hard fans, who were poster boys of Indian football
A taxpayer-friendly interface for India Inc: Is it tough proposition?
Bring in technology to cut interfacing between tax assessment officer (AO) and taxpayer.
BJP, RSS reach out to UP's Muslim clergy, professionals & academics over CAA
BJP and RSS are holding a series of meetings with UP’s Muslim clergy, professionals and academics on the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), in Kanpur, Meerut, Jaunpur, Lucknow and four other places in Uttar Pradesh.
MHA rejects proposed legislation to protect doctors from assault
While the proposed legislation garnered support from all other departments and ministries but the home ministry, during inter-ministerial consultation, stated that there was no need for a separate legislation to check violence against members of a specific profession. It also said that IPC and CrPC have enough provisions to deal with such cases.
Govt launches award to laud breakthrough startups in cyber security
Registrations for the award are currently open and DSCI will be administering the Grand Challenge and the whole process will run for nine months under various stages.
LCA MK1 achieves milestone by undertaking maiden ski-jump take-off from INS Vikramaditya
The ski-jump is the upwardly curved ramp on the deck of aircraft carriers designed to provide sufficient take-off lift for fighter jets. "The naval version of Tejas achieved another important milestone today by successfully undertaking the maiden ski-jump take-off from INS Vikramaditya," a Navy Spokesperson said.
Creation of CDS a 'very big step' towards integration of forces: Army chief Naravane
Gen Naravane said the focus of training will be on preparing the Army for future wars which will be network-centric and complex. "We are prepared to deal with challenges along northern border," the Army chief said when asked about China enhancing military infrastructure.
Unguarded servers behind big Indian data breaches of 2019
The cost of response mechanisms such as detection and notification processeas are high, while company share prices are likely to drop along with revenue, impacting overall brand value. On their part, ethical hackers have criticised domestic internet-consumer companies for a lack of bug bounty programmes following reporting of cyber breaches.
Indian insurance firms build own tech teams as focus turns to data
The insurers have stepped up hiring from premier institutes, including the Indian Institutes of Technology and Indian Statistical Institute. Some are also expected to increase the number of freshers hired to more than a couple of hundred.
Pakistan's BAT beheaded porter, Army chief says will deal in 'military manner' with such barbaric acts
This is the first time that any civilian has been beheaded by the BAT, which comprises Pakistani army regulars and terrorists, though similar incidents involving security personnel have taken place in the past. Asked about the killings by Pakistan, Army Chief Gen M M Naravane said on Saturday that professional armies never resort to "barbaric" acts.
Indian real estate attracts $5 billion PE in 2019, commercial projects lead: Report
Indian commercial real estate retained its Numero Uno position and continued be a preferred destination for global institutional investors in the backdrop of robust office space take-up, falling vacancy levels and rising rentals.
Indian IT’s H-1B visa woes could worsen in 2020
US will bring a new system in April that requires cos to register in advance names of staff who need work permit.
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