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Chennai is in love with English
Chennai is caught in the throes of a cosmopolitan makeover; winds of change are sweeping the city -- food, culture and language habits are...

Moscow Mimics Mumbai
April 15, 2005 Moscow Mimics Mumbai By Colin C. Haley Russian technological achievement and political progress were on display at a recent Mbutt. Software Council (MSC) meeting in honor of keynoter Mikhail...

Pleased to be bodysurfing on the Ganges, 67 Dead
Published: Wednesday, 13 April, 2005, 01:10 PM Doha Time "BHOPAL: The rest toll from an accidental discharge of water from a dam that...

Sen. Shirley Turner's LTE in WSJ, April 14, 2005
The following LTE was authored by Sen. Shirley K. Turner and appeared in the Thursday, April 14, 2005...

Sen. Shirley Turner's LTE in WSJ, April 14, 2005 241
On Sat, 15 Apr 2005, zach Your 'fantasy land' must be a pure capitalist utopia...

Sen. Shirley Turner's LTE in WSJ, April 14, 2005 242
On Sat, 15 Apr 2005, zach Fine, but I'm looking at the total economy and not just a part. If you extrapolate the movement of jobs from the US to elsewhere and...

Sen. Shirley Turner's LTE in WSJ, April 14, 2005 243
On Sat, 16 Apr 2005, R. Martin I think the question ("So, you...?") needs to include a big footnote on the definition of "free market." A few caveats-issues-questions that I...

India is America in 1960
israel Disagree. "The children live in a den or a squalid shed, with no prospects and no pay. Many are beaten with sticks and iron rods...

India demands Australia's attention
The pace of economic progress by the world's biggest democracy stamps it as a potential superpower. Premier Steve Bracks has...

India charge freezes US wages
Onslaught of globalisation, outsourcing and rising compebreastiveness of countries like India, besides the American worker pricing himself out of the market with huge pay cheques, health...

Good article about the future, Rover, China, offshoring
The sovereign individual Mark Steyn New Hampshire I was stunned to hear they were closing the...

Two emerging superpowers
When it comes to business there are shakes and quakes in the status quo, and then there are real tectonic shifts. China and India joining hands easily tops the economic Richter scale. "India...

Fortresses Europe, US set to fall to cheap Indian labour
NEW DELHI, APRIL 14: If world businessmen go by laissez faire economics alone, a country like...

Profits tipped to surge at Indian software giants
Tata Consultancy Services and Infosys Technologies, India's biggest software makers, may report that quarterly profits jumped as much as...

More Baboo Call Center Thefts will end bust India's BPO boom
Call centre theft may bust India's BPO boom Posted by: freshgreg on Apr 08, 2005 - 09:29 PM A Forrester Research report has warned that what looks like just...

Don't just buy aircraft, make them here
The Air-India board wants to buy 50 commercial aircraft worth $6 billion, from Boeing Corp. Naysayers have been quick to impute motives to the transaction, pointing out...

Rush for the gold can China ever replace India in lucrative business process outsourcing and
China is eager to take control of the worldwide lucrative business process outsourcing and offshore IT projects. That's the gold of export revenue...

U.S. tech jobs taking a hit
By T.K. MALOY WASHINGTON, April 12 (UPI) -- Employment in the U.S. high-tech sector is...

Disney IT Firings Imminent
Very interesting. I interviewed there in Jan '04 and out of the five other companies I intereviewed, the staff there seemed the smartest and most technically competent. I chose to go elsewhere however...

US universities slipping in programming contest
If the buttociation for Computing Machinery's International Collegiate Programming Contest is any indication of a country's technological intelligence, the United States is one country that needs to pull up its socks and put...

IT exports from Bangalore cross Rs 22,000cr mark
Bangalore will account for one-third of India's software and BPO exports which are expected to be US $17.3 billion during the fiscal year 2004-05...

IT exports from Bangalore cross Rs 22,000cr mark
This page summarizes it well... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A weekly presentation of downloadable charts and short analyses designed to graphically illustrate important economic issues. Updated...

Useable helpdeskdispatch software for consultants
I've been searching for, downloading, and testing helpdesk-dispatch software. So far, I have to say...

HP acquires land for large software campus
Anil Urs Bangalore April 05, 2005 Hewlett Packard India has acquired 18 acres of land to house its HP India Software Operations (HP ISO) in...

Outsourcing is essential for survival of companies
The 58-year-old Crawford W Beveridge, who is Executive President (People & Places) and Chief Human Resource Officer at Sun Microsystems, feels that outsourcing of work is necessary for the survival of companies...

headhunters setting up bad jobs 264
Yibbels I've found exactly one job through a headhunter that could remotely be considered good. Even...

headhunters setting up bad jobs 265
I am going to go out on a limb, based on my own experience and say that most of the jobs through recruiters are crap, especially those posted by recruiters on job-boards...

headhunters setting up bad jobs 266
My experience with headhunters is that they only find people to fix situations that have gone badly wrong or are about to go bad. contacts or dealing directly with the company (if that is...

headhunters setting up bad jobs 267
To some extent that is true, in the last few years the jobs offered from headhunters have been terrible, when times were good the jobs were better. Around that time I was getting all...

A brave new world in 911 aftermath
BY WARREN Bbutt THE WORLD IS FLAT: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century. Thomas L. Friedman. Farrar Straus Giroux. 488 pp. $27.50. On a modern-day pbuttage to...

Indian and Chinese economies booming
By Somini Sengupta And Howard W. French NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE NEW DELHI - Wen Jiabao, prime minister of China, began a four-day visit to India yesterday just as the two...

Indian and Chinese economies booming
Mark H practice what Greed. It's not like this is a new thing. A chain of concentration camps called the "lao gai" was built...

Will American patients find medical treatment overseas
Will American medical procedures soon join the list of outsourced U.S. jobs? It's not as far-fetched as it may sound...

Outsourcing medical care Will American patients find medical treatment overseas Obscurity, linux
I have heard of many American patients being treated by the Apollo hospitals group in...

How to charge for support
Well, you have a choice of charging per incident or a flat rate. I suggest against the flat rate...

The coming storm
The globalisation juggernaut will be catastrophic for the island continent of Australia. While our eyes are turned to events in the Middle East, an even more pernicious terror has...

The coming storm
70.180.167.54 astroturfing sock puppet When will these astroturfers go and fsck themselve no one knows. We need to legalize them now otherwise they are not going to take their pills. Legalise astro turfing now! --------------------------- The...

The decline of the West
The U.S. tech industry, as represented by North American universities, is demonstratively losing it edge. The best the U.S. could do in the world finals of...

Nilekani 'triggers' a book on outsourcing
Kiran Bharthapudi New York, April 8, 200516:41 IST The three time Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times foreign affairs columnist Thomas Freidman's latest book, The World Is Flat: A Brief History of...

Article: "BPO staffers hack bank ACs, steal Rs 1.5 cr
Ah.. yes the risks of outsourcing to the third world. "BPO staffers hack bank A-Cs, steal Rs 1.5 cr" " PUNE: Cyber crime...

US fears India, China threatening its jobs
PUNE: The US' resistance to signing the Kyoto protocol can be traced to certain perceptions that India and China, through their flourishing call centres and business process outsourcing companies, are threatening jobs in the US...

Whither America by Paul Craig Rberts 281
Mark H Then too, there is the curious new women's novel genre, where she gets the right education, then goes out into the world looking for the perfect *job*. which follows them...

Whither America by Paul Craig Rberts 282
Scott Auge Yes; the standard solution is 'revolt'. The rich will flee the country, leaving it in the hands of the survivors. As with the USSR, some areas will maintain order, and...

BBC to cut finance department by twothirds
David Rae, Accountancy Age 07 Apr 2005 The BBC to slash in-house finance department to a third of its current size. The BBC is to slash its...

India outsourcing a cureall
Until recently, real estate agent Robert Beeney lived in pain. But when he finally decided to do something about the discomfort...

First the US, now China tries to woo India
China's Wen Jiabao arrives in India Saturday to talk trade, borders, and better ties. By Scott Baldauf Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor NEW DELHI - Like the...

Motorola opens research lab in India
Indo-Asian News Service Bangalore, April 7, 200518:3 Global communications leader Motorola has set up an applied...

India urged to develop IT workforce
India urged to develop IT workforce Thursday, 07 April , 2005, 11:14 India will need to focus its attention on developing a strong IT workforce at a much greater rate in an effort to retain the...

Merrill Lynch predicts offshoring growth
Merrill Lynch predicts offshoring growth Published: April 5, 2005, 12:45 PM PDT By Ed Frauenheim Staff Writer, CNET News.com Tech...

Economist Article Shows Outsourcing's Bright Side
Economist Article Shows Outsourcing's Bright Side April 5, 2005 2:13PM When companies move manufacturing plants from Japan to China, or...

Economist Article Shows Outsourcing's Bright Side
On 9-Apr-2005, A Tim Keating (REPOST) from 4-8-2005 answers what can happen: Ah.. yes the risks of outsourcing...

India's story
Loren L. Legarda I'VE been addressing graduating clbuttes in the past weeks and I've witnessed their beaming, expectant faces along with some bit of anxiety and worry over what...

Brain gain, the BPO way
Kavita Nair Mumbai April 06, 2005 A small but growing number of foreigners are joining...

Brain gain, the BPO way 293
indiaBPOking, have you ever replied to any postings or responses to your articles? I wonder if you are even a computer consultant or just a rabble rouser? Let me clarify...

Brain gain, the BPO way 294
indiaBPOking ... is ... end Thanks for replying. I'm sure with equivalent experience, hard-working and diligent Indians and Americans (and any other nationality) are equally competent. Now if we...

Gartner Predicts Huge Increase In Offshore Outsourcing By 2015
March 31, 2005 Report to be released next week says 30% of IT jobs in developed countries will be "offshored" by 2015...



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