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The way USA government is handling the Financial crisis is blasphemous and I believe they are living in fool’s paradise. A country which is threatened by outsourcing of jobs to country like India & China is able to dole out bailout of a Trillion dollar with such frequency!! To put things in perspective India’s GDP is around $ 1 Trillion per annum and that of
|The average income of Indians would match that of US or British citizens on July 27, 2048, says software..|
You might call it a vision, a conviction or even an assumption, but health expert and data visionary Hans Rosling predicts that t
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Net capital inflows into India during the current fiscal will be about $50 billion, Dr C. Rangarajan, Chairman of the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC), has said. Capital flows cover portfolio inflows from foreign institutional investors (FIIs), foreign direct investments and external commercial borrowing (ECBs).
During economic boom, techies might have been offered jobs after a perfunctory interview. Now employers have become increasingly selective, so technology professionals — even those with years of experience — must face facts. To get hired you need to become a pro not just at coding Java or .Net, but at selling yourself to companies inundated with
Many folks setting up wireless home networks rush through the job to get their Internet connectivity working as quickly as possible. That’s totally understandable. It’s also quite risky as numerous security problems can result. Today’s Wi-Fi networking products don’t always help the situation as configuring their se
|Today’s organizations are dealing with diverse issues, a wider range of regulations and heightened global competition. There has never been a greater need for proactive, evidence-based decisions and agile strategies. With SAS Business Analytics, you can transform your information assets into true competitive advanta
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Towards the end of September, a dispute arose between Lloyd’s underwriters and the appointed receiver of Stanford’s financial empire as to whether the underwriters should pay Stanford’s legal costs in relation to the charge against him of defrauding investors $7bn (£4.1bn), from a directors’ and officers’ liability policy purchased at Lloyd’s at Stanford International Bank. The underw
When Rajat Pal got his engineering degree from a top private college in Kolkata, he thought he had it made. It was a shock when he started started getting sidelined at job interviews. With great difficulty, he got a job with a construction major to sweat it out on the sites. But he prefers the grime of the field to a desk job when he would have to interact on a daily basis with his superiors in En
Unfortunately, intruders are always discovering new vulnerabilities (informally called “holes”) to exploit in computer software. The complexity of software makes it increasingly difficult to thoroughly test the security of computer systems.
When holes are discovered, computer vendors will usually develop patches to address the problem(s). However, it is up to you, the user, to ob
India is all set to become the most preferred destination for Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) as it grows to touch the $17 billion mark by 2010, says the Confederation of Indian Industry.
In its recent study-‘India in the new knowledge economy’-the CII had said that the services sector would grow at a more than eight percent and its contribution to GDP would be above 51 percent. The study aff