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With demands for tech upgrades growing, India's IT firms look to hire more consultants

With demands for tech upgrades growing, India's IT firms look to hire more consultants

Search+››› TCS, Wipro, Infosys, HCL Tech, Tech Mahindra and others have seen a sudden surge in digital transformation projects as clients decided to shift operations online. This has resulted in an increased need for people with the relevant technology and consulting skills, senior executives at two major Indian IT services companies said.BENGALURU: Indian IT services providers are looking to hire more consultants in order to meet clients’ demand for transforming their businesses using technology, analysts said.TCS, Wipro, Infosys, HCL Tech, Tech Mahindra and others have seen a sudden surge...

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India to return Chinese soldier who 'strayed' across LAC | India News - Times of India

India to return Chinese soldier who 'strayed' across LAC | India News - Times of India

India to return Chinese soldier who 'strayed' across LACTIMESOFINDIA.COM / +Text SizeNEW DELHI: A was apprehended in the Demchok sector of Eastern Ladakh on Monday after he had strayed across the Line of Actual Control. The , identified as Corporal Wang Ya Long, is currently in custody of Indian Army and will be returned to Chinese officials at the Chushul–Moldo meeting point after the completion of formalities. The soldier has been provided medical assistance, including oxygen. He was also given food and warm clothes for protection against the vagaries of extreme altitude and harsh...

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More direct funding push will aid India recovery: Gita Gopinath

More direct funding push will aid India recovery: Gita Gopinath

Search+›››› Gita Gopinath, chief economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).India’s new farm and labour laws are a step in the right direction and have the potential to strengthen the supply side and also help boost demand, along with some level of direct support, she told ET in an exclusive interview.NEW DELHI: More direct funding support that includes the urban poor and migrant workers within its fold can help India speed up economic recovery, but monetisation of the deficit is not advisable, said Gita Gopinath, chief economist of the International Monetary Fund (IMF). She’s also...

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Only one fourth of oil major BP's 10,000 job cuts to be voluntary as company reinvents itself

Only one fourth of oil major BP's 10,000 job cuts to be voluntary as company reinvents itself

Search+›››› Only one fourth of oil major BP's 10,000 job cuts to be voluntary as company reinvents itselfLast Updated: Oct 16, 2020, 05:04 PM ISTSynopsisLONDON: is set to make around 7,500 after roughly 2,500 staff - or just over one in ten of those eligible - applied for voluntary severance, according to an internal memo seen by and company sources.The oil major announced plans in June to lay off almost 15% its 70,000-strong workforce as part of Chief Executive Bernard Looney's plan to cut costs and "reinvent" the business for a low carbon future.Most of the layoffs will come from...

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Huawei in talks to sell parts of its Honor smartphone business: Sources

Huawei in talks to sell parts of its Honor smartphone business: Sources

Search+›››› Huawei in talks to sell parts of its Honor smartphone business: SourcesLast Updated: Oct 14, 2020, 11:47 AM ISTSynopsisHONG KONG: Co Ltd is in talks with Co Ltd and other suitors to sell parts of its unit in a deal that could fetch up to 25 billion ($3.7 billion), people with knowledge of the matter said.Embattled is resetting its priorities in the face of U.S. sanctions and will focus on its higher-end Huawei phones rather than the brand which is aimed at young people and the budget conscious, they said.The assets to be sold have yet to be finalised but could include Honor's...

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Telcos stuck in 'who-blinks-first' logjam on price hikes

Telcos stuck in 'who-blinks-first' logjam on price hikes

Search+›››› New Street Research estimates Vi needs to increase tariffs by at least 20% in November or December to improve its cash position and service its first AGR installment due in March 2021.Kotak Institutional Equities predicts Jio and Airtel might maintain a status quo with current tariffs given their comparatively better financial position than Vi. India’s telecom operators are in a log-jam as far as price hikes are concerned. Despite calling for price hikes due to an urgent need to improve average revenue per user (ARPU), both Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea (Vi) have been shying...

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Many powerful reasons as to why it's risky to permit Huawei in India: Ex-R&AW boss Vikram Sood

Many powerful reasons as to why it's risky to permit Huawei in India: Ex-R&AW boss Vikram Sood

Search+››› Many powerful reasons as to why it's risky to permit Huawei in India: Ex-R&AW boss Vikram SoodLast Updated: Oct 08, 2020, 04:37 PM ISTSynopsisNEW DELHI: Former R&AW chief says there are several powerful reasons - strategic, technological, geopolitical and legal - to suggest it could be risky to permit Chinese telecom major , with its state-structured backing, to launch operations in India's critical infrastructure.His assessment comes at a time when the government is yet to take a final decision on allocating radiowaves despite telecom operators applying for spectrum to start 5G...

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UGC declares 24 universities as fake; maximum from UP followed by Delhi - Times of India ►

UGC declares 24 universities as fake; maximum from UP followed by Delhi - Times of India ►

University Grants Commission (UGC) NEW DELHI: The University Grants Commission (UGC) on Wednesday announced a list of 24 "self-styled, unrecognised institutions" in the country, terming them as "fake" with the maximum of them operating from Uttar Pradesh followed by Delhi."Students and public are informed that currently 24 self-styled, unrecognised institutions are functioning in contravention of the UGC Act, which have been declared as fake universities and these are not empowered to confer any degree," UGC Secretary Rajnish Jain said.The majority of eight of these universities are from...

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Billionaires' riches reach record highs during coronavirus pandemic - New highs amid global crisis

Billionaires' riches reach record highs during coronavirus pandemic - New highs amid global crisis

Search+››› AFPUpdated: 08 Oct 2020, 12:22 PM ISTTo see your saved stories, click on link hightlighted in boldX

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States' market borrowings jump 55% to Rs 3.75 lakh crore so far this fiscal

States' market borrowings jump 55% to Rs 3.75 lakh crore so far this fiscal

Search+›››› States' market borrowings jump 55% to Rs 3.75 lakh crore so far this fiscalLast Updated: Oct 07, 2020, 05:03 PM ISTSynopsisThe states' market borrowings have jumped 55 per cent to Rs 3.75 lakh crore so far this fiscal, or 75 per cent of the budgeted amount, with 17 of them raising an additional Rs 22,350 crore from the latest auction of state development loans held on Tuesday.Rising expenses and falling revenue, including the Centre's inability to pay the dues, have been leading states into a debt trap after the pandemic scuppered their finances since the beginning of the...

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By 2021, as many as 150 million people likely to be in extreme poverty due to COVID-19: World Bank

By 2021, as many as 150 million people likely to be in extreme poverty due to COVID-19: World Bank

Search+›››› By 2021, as many as 150 million people likely to be in extreme poverty due to COVID-19: World BankLast Updated: Oct 07, 2020, 12:08 PM ISTSynopsisWASHINGTON: The on Wednesday warned that by 2021, as many as 150 million people are likely to be in extreme because of the coronavirus pandemic and countries will have to prepare for a "different economy" post-COVID by allowing capital, labour, skills and innovation to move into new businesses and sectors.The pandemic is estimated to push an additional 88 million to 115 million people into extreme poverty this year, with the total...

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7-month pregnant doctor dies of Covid in Nagpur | Nagpur News - Times of India

7-month pregnant doctor dies of Covid in Nagpur | Nagpur News - Times of India

7-month pregnant doctor dies of Covid in Nagpur / TNN / +Text SizeNAGPUR: Dr Pratiksha Waldekar (32), a pathologist from Amravati, died of Covid-19 at a private hospital in Nagpur during treatment on September 20. Dr Pratiksha was serving in the pathology department of Irwin Hospital, a Dedicated Hospital at when she got infected. Dr Pratiksha, who was seven-month , is the youngest to die in the fight against Covid-19 in Vidarbha. Doctors from Amravati told TOI that Dr Pratiksha served in the pathology department until recently. Hers was a precious pregnancy — a term for pregnancies that...

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WHO: 10% of world's people may have been infected with virus - Times of India

WHO: 10% of world's people may have been infected with virus - Times of India

WHO: 10% of world's people may have been infected with virusAP / +Text SizeRepresentative imageGENEVA: The head of emergencies at said Monday its “best estimates” indicate that roughly 1 in 10 people worldwide may have been infected by the — more than 20 times the number of confirmed cases — and warned of a difficult period ahead. Dr Michael Ryan, speaking to a special session of the 's 34-member executive board focusing on COVID-19, said the figures vary from urban to rural, and between different groups, but that ultimately it means “the vast majority of the world remains at risk.” He said...

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Isro to launch its Venus mission in 2025, France to take part: French space agency | India News - Times of India

Isro to launch its Venus mission in 2025, France to take part: French space agency | India News - Times of India

Isro to launch its Venus mission in 2025, France to take part: French space agencyPTI / +Text SizeFile photo used for representationNEW DELHI: is scheduled to launch its Venus mission in 2025 and France will participate in it, said on Wednesday. The VIRAL (Venus Infrared Atmospheric Gases Linker) instrument co-developed with the Russian federal space agency Roscosmos and the LATMOS atmospheres, environments and space observations laboratory attached to the French national scientific research centre CNRS has been selected by the Isro after a request for proposals, it said in a statement....

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Indo-French satellites to trace illegal spillage of oil by ships: French space agency

Indo-French satellites to trace illegal spillage of oil by ships: French space agency

Search+››› Indo-French satellites to trace illegal spillage of oil by ships: French space agencyLast Updated: Oct 04, 2020, 05:42 PM ISTSynopsisThe constellation of maritime surveillance satellites for the Indian Ocean Region, to be jointly launched by India and France, will be able to trace illegal spillage of oil by ships, a senior French space agency official said on Sunday.In August last year, CNES and ISRO committed to developing and building a constellation of satellites carrying telecommunications and radar and optical remote-sensing instruments, constituting the first space-based...

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After COVID-19, mysterious Cat Que Virus from China could spell danger in India, according to ICMR - Times of India

After COVID-19, mysterious Cat Que Virus from China could spell danger in India, according to ICMR - Times of India

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India not giving accurate COVID death count, dirtying environment: Trump

India not giving accurate COVID death count, dirtying environment: Trump

Donald Trump. Photo: ReutersUS President Donald Trump has said that India does not give a "straight count" on the Covid-19 deaths and is dirtying the environment.During the presidential debate on Tuesday night with Democratic Party presidential candidate Joe Biden, they both sparred over the extent of the deaths caused by the pandemic.Biden said that the 200,000 people who died of the coronavirus in America were 20 per cent of the global death toll of 1 million while the US population is only 4 per cent of the world.Trump shot back, "When you talk about numbers you know how many people dies...

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Spain's Verdasco 'outraged' at Roland Garros over Covid-19 ban | Tennis News - Times of India

Spain's Verdasco 'outraged' at Roland Garros over Covid-19 ban | Tennis News - Times of India

Spain's Verdasco 'outraged' at Roland Garros over Covid-19 banAFP / +Text SizeFile image of Fernando Verdasco (Reuters Photo)PARIS: Veteran Spanish tennis player said Friday he was "outraged and frustrated" after being disqualified from the French Open after one failed Covid-19 test which he claims fell between a steady stream of negative results. The 36-year-old left-hander, ranked 58 in the world, said he had isolated in August after an asymptomatic diagnosis. He said he then underwent "multiple" tests including in Rome and Hamburg, all of which were negative until he tested positive in...

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Cadets among 22 dead in Ukraine military plane crash - Times of India

Cadets among 22 dead in Ukraine military plane crash - Times of India

Cadets among 22 dead in Ukraine military plane crashAFP / +Text SizeIn this TV grab released by Ukraine's Emergency Situation Ministry, an AN-26 military plane bursts into flames after it crashed in the town of Chuguyiv close to Kharkiv, Ukraine, late Friday, September 25, 2020. Among 28 people on board 22 people were killed. (Photo: Emergency Situation Ministry via AP)KIEV: At least 22 people including military cadets were killed and two others seriously injured Friday when a Ukranian air force plane crashed near Kharkiv in the east of the country, the interior ministry said. "Twenty-two...

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EU seeks new powers to penalise tech giants: Financial Times

EU seeks new powers to penalise tech giants: Financial Times

Search+›››› EU seeks new powers to penalise tech giants: Financial TimesLast Updated: Sep 20, 2020, 11:27 AM ISTSynopsisThe wants to arm itself with new powers to penalise , the Financial Times reported on Sunday.The proposed plan includes forcing to break up or sell some of their European operations if their is deemed to threaten the interests of customers and smaller rivals, the newspaper said.The commission is set to propose new rules called the Digital Services Act by the end of the year, which will increase social media's responsibilities and liability for content on their platforms.EU...

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Jeff Zucker helped create Donald Trump. That show may be ending

Jeff Zucker helped create Donald Trump. That show may be ending

Search+›››› Jeff Zucker helped create Donald Trump. That show may be endingLast Updated: Sep 21, 2020, 12:03 PM ISTSynopsisBy Ben SmithIn December 2015, after the demagoguery of ’s presidential campaign became clear, I asked ’s president, , if he regretted his role in Trump’s rise.First Zucker — who put “The Apprentice” on NBC in 2004 and made Trump a household name — laughed uproariously, if a bit nervously. Then he said, “I have no regrets about the part that I played in his career.”I was thinking about that exchange when Tucker Carlson of Fox News recently gleefully aired recordings of...

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