Property Management Services - A Perfect Stop for NRIs Property - Vinay Prajati Founder, Propdial

New Delhi, April 25 -- With around 1, 30, 08,012 Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) living throughout the globe and making the country proud; there seems no doubt that India is a country full of highly intellectual, bright minded people. From NASA to CAS and Google to Apple, the contribution of Indian scientists, engineers, and business leaders to the growth of businesses, societies, and nations is far beyond the expectations of the world. They are not ... Read More

Infosys informs about press release

India, April 25 -- Infosys has informed about press release titled 'Infosys Expands Footprint in Eastern Europe- Opens Delivery Center in Croatia'.The above information is a part of company's filings submitted to BSE.

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AAP's Alka Lamba accuses BJP of trying to poach MLAs, gets into Twitter war with Shazia Ilmi

New Delhi, April 25 -- Chandni Chowk MLA Alka Lamba has alleged that BJP leaders are calling Aam Aadmi Party legislators and luring them to switch sides by offering ticket in the Lok Sabha elections or coveted government posts.

In a series of tweets, the AAP legislator claimed that she, too, received a call from a BJP leader. Though she did not name the BJP leader, Lamba said she will make the phone recording public at an opportune time.

"The B... Read More

Let's Talk About Trolls | A conversation with a troll who detests anything secular

India, April 25 -- Each time I tweet, I get an instantaneous response from a select few. They are on my timeline without fail and they are always abusive. There is no pretence of building a counter-narrative. They crawl out like termites and I sometimes wonder if they've been assigned different targets.

Social media is full of keyboard warriors and most of them are, of course, nameless and faceless. I've often wondered what motivates them. How d... Read More

Maharashtra Sangharsh Yatra: No fancy clothes, glares or jewellery, Opposition leaders told

Mumbai, April 25 -- The Maharashtra Opposition parties have framed an informal code of conduct for its leaders and workers participating in the third phase of the Sangharsh yatra for farm loan waiver - no fancy clothes or jewellery, no sunglasses and definitely no arguments with citizens.

Six prominent parties - the Congress, NCP, Samajwadi Party (SP), Peasants and Workers Party (PWP), Republican Party (Kawade) and United Janata Dal - have joine... Read More

Lanka Bell, IBM to accelerate Cloud Adoption in Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka, April 25 -- IBM announced today a collaboration with Lanka Bell, Sri-Lanka's leading telecommunications service provider, to provide enterprises, start-ups, developers and government bodies cloud services via the IBM Cloud. As a part of the agreement, the two companies will jointly market and sell new offerings for public, private and hybrid cloud deployments, including workload migrations, disaster recovery and capacity expansion solu... Read More

Police enter Uber war

Midrand, April 25 -- Police have been deployed in several parts of Gauteng in an attempt to avert threatened violence against Uber drivers. "We have deployed enough manpower in places like Rosebank, Sandton and Pretoria where there's a big number of people using Uber," Gauteng police spokesperson Lt Kay Makhubela said. "We will continue monitoring the situation to ensure peace." The security measures follow a threatening letter directed at Uber d... Read More

Victim escapes 'taxi gang'

Midrand, April 25 -- The Quantum taxi gang alleged to be behind the robbery and rape reports against women seems to have struck again. A victim yesterday said she escaped being raped by a gang of three armed man who were travelling in a white Quantum on Saturday in Dobsonville. The victim posted pictures of herself wounded on Facebook in a bid to warn other women that the Quantum rape gang is still operating. Tendadi Hlongwane said there were thr... Read More

Infosys expands global footprint, opens delivery center in Croatia

New Delhi, April 25 -- Aiming to strengthen its engineering footprint in Eastern Europe, IT major Infosys Ltd. on Monday announced the opening of its first office and delivery center (DC) in Karlovac, Croatia.

In line with the company's strategy to establish global competency centers, offer the best talent in the market and make it available to customers globally, this DC also marks its expansion into Eastern Europe's heavy engineering sector. T... Read More

Nasscom rebuts US charges of Indian firms cornering maximum H-1B visa

India, April 25 -- A day after a US official accused top Indian IT firms TCS and Infosys of unfairly cornering the lion's share of H-1B visas by putting extra tickets in the lottery system, Indian IT industry body Nasscom has rebutted the claims and contesting the numbers has said that Indian software firms accounted for less than 20% of the 65,000 work permits issued annually.

While, the White House official cited Infosys and Tata Consultancy S... Read More