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Sunday, February 29, 2004
Braving the BPO backlash
Despite the outcry in the United States, business process outsourcing is here to stay and India will continue to retain its competitive edge for obvious reasons, writes Sushma Ramachandran.
IT companies are still descending on Bangalore in large numbers. Harichandan A.A. on the scene.
In Hyderabad, the IT industry believes it can ride out the storm. P. Vikram Reddy reports.
A wake-up call?
India Incorporated will be well advised to focus on the quality of service, writes K.T. Jagannathan.
Politics of protectionism
The storm over outsourcing is unlikely to die down even after the U.S. presidential elections, says Sridhar Krishnaswami.
Outsourcing set to continue: Nasscom chief
THE PRESIDENT of Nasscom (National Association of Software and Service Companies), Kiran Karnik, prefers to describe the "backlash" against business process outsourcing (BPO) to India as a "reaction." In an email interview to ...
Things are moving in the right direction: Buddhadeb
By Malabika Bhattacharya
"I don't want to be compared with anyone. I have my own style. My priority is to take Bengal forward... "
A rare, unprecedented case
By Inder Malhotra
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