INDIAN IT PROFESSIONALS
Sports failures teach corporate lessons, dealing with them helps develop skills
IISM announced a course for working professionals which will teach them the ‘Art of Losing’.
Overall hiring intention of Indian IT employers weakens: Survey
According to the Experis IT Employment Outlook Survey (EITEOS), the overall...
Indians have smaller brains compared to Caucasians and Chinese: Study
The study has revealed that the Indian brain, on an average, is smaller...
IMA writes to PM Modi, seeks ordinance to check violence against health professionals
The letter comes in the backdrop of protests by the medical fraternity in Assam against the deadly assault on a doctor at a tea garden.
Moody’s downgrades outlook on SBI, HDFC Bank, Infosys, TCS and 17 others
Moody’s has downgraded outlook on companies from IT, infrastructure and oil & gas sectors.
Desi dreams: The rise of Indian internet content creators abroad
Children of Indian immigrants are going against the tide and becoming internet content creators, even if it means giving up stable and well-paying jobs.
Indian Army chief 'provoking war' through 'irresponsible' statements: Pakistan Army
Pak military spokesman Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor claimed that Indian Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat has been repeatedly provoking war through irresponsible statements and endangering regional peace. His response came after General Rawat's remarks on PoK.
Why the US needs more of India’s and China’s best and brightest
Studies have found that allowing in more H-1B workers doesn’t hurt employment levels of native-born workers.
SC asks Centre to respond to plea seeking court direction on increasing attacks on doctors
The bench issued notices to the Centre and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and asked them to file their responses on the plea.
Rapid skill changes scare most Indian professionals
The LinkedIn study showed as high as 82% Indian professionals feel that the skills needed to succeed are changing rapidly.
Conveyed expectation for non-discriminatory H-1B visa programme to US: MEA
Indian skilled professionals have contributed to the growth and development of the US economy and have helped the country retain its competitive edge and innovation advantage.
Seven IAF pilots sent to Russia for India's first manned mission to space
Gaganyaan is India's manned space mission which the ISRO aims to launch by December 2021. The project aims at sending the astronauts to a lower orbit of the earth and the spacecraft will have a capsule with adequate supply of oxygen and other essential material and facilities for the astronauts. ISRO is working in tandem with the IAF for the mission.
View: India can’t get by without a big bang
The government needs to revive investment. The only way to do so is to embrace true “big bang” reforms.
How Streax revolutionised the hair colour market in India
Streax was recently felicitated with The Economic Times Best Brand Award in 2019.
Indian hospitality procurement industry set for big growth
The hospitality industry has witnessed a spurt in the growth with the entry of domestic and international players with world class projects in the last two decades, according to Nitin Shanker Nagrale, founder of HPMF.
Copyright © 2019 Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. For reprint rights: Times Syndication Service