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Modi visit: 1,000 UK graduates head to India for IT internships

Beneath the headlines, handshakes and photo-ops there’s the overlooked detail of what these high-profile visits are about: deals.

Everyone knows that India leads the world in IT, but not so long ago – 1997, in my case – perhaps the main reasons why young Brits would go to India would be to go backpacking, or to visit family. 578 more words


TCS New York City Marathon, TATA Consultancy Services

Seating Solutions is proud to have partnered with the New York Road Runners to provide the full seating venue for this year’s TCS New York City Marathon. 54 more words

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Increasingly, U.S. IT workers are alleging discrimination

Computer World

Some U.S. IT workers who have been replaced with H-1B contractors are alleging discrimination and are going to court. They are doing so in increasing numbers. 153 more words


Adobe signs TCS as a Premier Partner

Tata Consultancy Services has been selected by Adobe as a Premier Partner, the highest level of partnership among Adobe’s global ecosystem. This new partnership enables TCS clients to fully leverage Adobe’s Marketing Platform and its core solutions, allowing them to design and execute customized strategies and integrated marketing campaigns to suit specific target audiences and customer profiles. 43 more words


The Seven Signs of India’s Outsourcing Apocalypse – The Numbers - WSJ

After years of success, the outsourcing industry is under stress as the market shrinks and spending falls. Indian companies say their business models, built on cheap labor, are under threat from a shift to cloud computing, where clients ditch server rooms and bespoke software. 291 more words


TCS, Infosys Say They Are Fully Compliant With Visa Rules

Being probed for alleged visa rule violations in the US, Indian software services giants Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Infosys said on Friday they are “fully compliant” with the immigration rules. 407 more words


Illinois peeps, check out - Outsourcing Companies Under Scrutiny Over Visas for Technology Workers

The Department of Labor is investigating two India-based firms for possible violations of rules for visas for foreign technology workers under contracts they held with Southern California Edison.. 9 more words