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As IT grows in importance for businesses, India's outsourcing giants are going head to head against Accenture, McKinsey, and, of course, Bain.
S&P cut its growth forecast to 5.5% from 6.5% for the financial year ending in March, despite PM's moves to loosen rules on foreign investment.
Indian firms are also in the US, creating as many as 280,000 jobs – 218,000 of which are held by citizens or green card holders.
Save the Children study on nutrition ranks India below everybody but Congo and Yemen -- with which it's tied for dead last.
Samajwadi Party leader Mulayam Singh Yadav commits to backing PM's United Progressive Alliance
Walmart is still losing money in China, 12 years after it entered the market. In India, conditions are even tougher.
India's Congress Party aims to push for additional reforms, even as moves to hike diesel prices and allow foreign investment from companies like Walmart is likely to prompt a no-confidence motion.
Legal Process Outsourcing is hot, but it's not for ever.
Singh's Congress will shave some points off recent reforms to make sure it retains power.
Legal Process Outsourcing? Try Indian lawyer Insourcing.
West Bengal's Mamata Banerjee severed ties with India's ruling coalition late Tuesday, raising the specter of early polls.
Sometimes, hiring those pesky lawyers in India doesn't pay off.
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Here's why you shouldn't be alarmed – or surprised.
A decision to hike diesel prices and open up to retailers like Walmart could be politically costly, but for the Indian economy it looks like it's already paying off.
Legal Process Outsourcing? The going rate for legal advice in India
Nuclear projects in India can only be thrust on unwilling citizens at gunpoint, writes activist Praful Bidwai
You can't watch the NFL in India without Gamepass. But you can watch Priyanka Chopra in Green Bay.
A thriving domestic market for in vitro fertilization has made India the go-to spot for patients from Africa, Afghanistan and beyond.
Cyber crime cost more than 42 million Indians a whopping $8 billion last year... says a company that sells security software.