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Geocentricity: NIIT unrolls its globalisation plan II
IDLX Corp sets up shared services centre in India
Compaq announces cheap servers
To ensure Y2K switchover railway installations will be manned
NCR Corp to make ATMs in India
India's first human resource Webzine launched
PCL's training business is put in fast lane
BEL joint venture will make cheap multimedia computers
KRC ready to sell excess telecom capacity
Defence ministry to be Y2K compliant by October-end
Hardware and software export industry warned
Interview with Prof B Yegnanaranyana on IIT's speech lab
Phillips Tarifica paints poor future for VSNL
Law experts slam new telecom policy
Monitor-less Presario sells for Rs 29,995
Intel sponsors IIT speech recognition project
55 electrical power stations are at Y2K risk
UBI to start 'anywhere banking'
Bharti Teletech is carved out
Toonz Animation to open shop in India
NIIT names president of Japan operation
Map India '99 scheduled
Oracle announces training module
Where have all the cowboys gone?
There's no sign of a price war today, exactly nine months after the first private ISP popped champagne.
Brain factories eat money!
HP gets FIPB approval for setting up subsidiary
Software exports jump 55 per cent
New government advised to focus on tech convergence
Indian IT team plans to visit Brazil
Cisco, UNDP announce NetAid initiative
Nine is company:
How a handful of Bangalore's software stars united to launch Mindtree, an e-commerce promise.
NIIT and Aptech reveal secret deal
Indian company unveils Net communication product
HP to spend $1 m on marketing in India
That's the average age of Rahul, Divyank, Bhavin and Hitesh. The full staff of Bombay based Web company Direct Information.
IRS satellite series gets Y2K compliant
New rule to prevent rash of fake IT companies
Adobe's Indian team develops software product
The igloo is closed:
Final lines from Gautam Godse's diary as LinuxWorld Expo ends.
Women, beer and Chinese Linux...
We turn to the second page of Gautam Godse's LinuxWorld Expo diary.
Indian graduate builds world's tiniest Web server
ITPL's second phase to be finalised by middle of 2000
Ramco seminar on e-security pitches products
Frisbees fly in the rebel camp!
Linux World Expo looks the hacker territory that it is. Notes from the diary of Gautam Godse.
Microsoft-Kale Consultants deal to target Indian banks
Airtel puts Madhya Pradesh on its backbone
Madras' High-Tech City to be ready by January
Valley's Indian techies shoot themselves
Sodhi laments sidetracking of telecom policy
TCS facility achieves CMM Level 5
Compaq announces four laptop models
Court flags off telecom policy finally but...
HP India is asset-financing start-ups
IISc gets C-DAC's PARAM 10000 supercomputer
Wipro and KPN form joint venture for Internet services
While you were sleeping
Kerala has dispensed with hype and got some actual e-governance work done.
Sugar and spice and the computer mice...
That's what two little girls in Allahabad are made of. Subia, 11, is youngest Microsoft professional after beating Supriya, 12!
Telecom policy put on hold
Narayana Murthy warns Indian IT of global competition
Intel introduces Pentium III at 600 MHz in India
100 hours online for Rs 1,075 only!
E-commerce laws draft handed over to law ministry
Most banks, financial institutions are Y2K ready
That's Goan for 'take it easy'. But the tourist state's siesta culture may just blow a big Internet opportunity.