INDIAN IT PROFESSIONALS
Indian high tech sector have potential to attract USD21 billion in investment, create jobs: USISPF
The study among other things examines the factors that are impacting India's competitiveness for companies planning to setup manufacturing operations in the country.
From rural delicacies to home-cooked meals, authentic Indian dishes a hit in migrant-dominated Bengaluru
Many metro cities are opening their ...
40% Indians feel controversial social media content may get them fired: McAfee
A survey - which included 1,000 adults in India - underlined t...
IT services sector may register growth upto 9% in FY20
Firming oil prices will lead to some discretionary spends by energy firms on digital spends and give the IT firms some good news.
Homecoming: What's motivating boomerangs to take a chance
More professionals are giving up promising careers in big cities to start up in their tier-2 hometowns.
India signs pact with Bangladesh for LPG import
The pacts were signed after detailed talks between Modi and visiting Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina here. The other two pacts relate to vocational training and setting up of a social facility in Bangladesh.
IIT-Madras' new AI platform to work on India-specific problems
One of the founders of the platform besides professor Mitesh M Khapra, professor Pratyush Kumar told PTI that much of the research in AI today is focussed on problems in the West.
IIT Guwahati and IBM develop an AI-powered ‘Smart-Engineer’ to boost EV culture
The tool is built by its team comprising of Ph.D and Masters students by leveraging IBM Watson AI platform and IBM cloud.
IT Ministry asks WhatsApp for details of recent spyware attack
WhatsApp admits attacks ‘highly sophisticated’ but says ‘relatively small’ numbers hit.
India Inc scrambles to weed out biases at workplace
Organisations are increasingly investing time and effort in sensitising their leaders on the various unconscious biases.
UK Home Secretary promises new fast-track visa for doctors from countries like India
The so-called NHS Visa will be part of a new Points-Based Immigration System (PBIS), which the Conservative Party government plans to introduce if it is voted to power in the December 12 polls. The main features of such a new visa would be a halving of fees and a quicker processing time of just two weeks for qualified doctors and nurses.
Govt launches initiative to bring Indian, Chinese IT firms closer on single platform
The Sino-Indian Digital Collaboration Plaza (SIDCOP) is a partnership between the National Association of Software & Services Companies (Nasscom) and municipal governments of Guiyang and Dalian in China.
Indians are high-earners in UK: Study
The data shows that the Chinese ethnicity group is the highest paid followed by the Indian ethic group, which earns 13.47 pounds an hour.
Kings owner Vivek Ranadive's team to have NBA exhibitions in native India
“Sharing Indian culture with our fans and connecting with our supporters in India represents the incredible opportunity we have as an NBA team to use our platform to unite people," he said.
Budget talk: Abhinav Bindra reveals how his family managed expenses so he could focus on being a professional shooter
The Olympian says striking a balance between expenses and investments needs patience.
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