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US-based iGate fires CEO after sex harassment claim

US-based outsourcer iGate says it has fired chief executive Phaneesh Murthy, one of India's best-known IT businessmen, for failing to report a relationship with an employee, the second such case he has faced. The statement by the Fremont, California-based IT and outsourcing company, came after an investigation into "a claim of sexual harassment" against Murthy and marked the second time he has been entangled in such a situation. In 2002, he was forced to quit India's second-biggest software exporter, Infosys, following a similar claim.
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