• India’s IT sector to grow annually by 25-26 pct, says Narayana Murthy

    India’s information technology (IT) sector will grow annually at the rate of 25 percent to 26 percent due to a good performance, according to N R Narayana Murthy, founder and chairman of Infosys Technologies Ltd, India’s second biggest software services company.
  • Wipro to make India’s fastest supercomputer in 3 months

    India’s third biggest software services company Wipro Ltd is building the nation’s fastest supercomputer for space agency Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) to help the agency crunch large volumes of data that is critical for designing complex launch vehicles.
  • Sugar, pulses prices decline in Indian markets

    The prices of sugar and pulses in Indian markets for the last week were seen declined while the prices of other commodities remained steady, according to a data collected by the Department of Consumer Affairs. Sugar prices have declined at 12 centres including Delhi, Shimla, Raipur and Patna, said the data. Gram dal prices have remained steady at all the reporting centers and declined at Shimla and increased at only Thiruvananthapuram.
  • Nasscom-Kearney study on IT-BPO industry identifies small cities with big potential

    Nasscom or National Association of Software and Services Companies, the consortium that serves as the apex body of the Indian IT software and BPO industry, together with global management consulting firm AT Kearney has released a comprehensive assessment report of 50 locations in India suitable for the IT - BPO industry titled 'Location Roadmap For IT- BPO Growth: Assessment Of 50 Leading Cities.'