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Capgemini to buy IGATE in USD 4-billion cash deal

Capgemini to buy IGATE in USD 4-billion cash deal

27 Apr 2015

New York: French IT services company Capgemini will buy IGATE Corp -- a US-based company with a large presence in India -- for USD 4 billion in cash to create an entity with a combined revenue of USD 14 billion to take on rivals like IBM.

French IT services,   Capgemini,   Paul Hermelin,   IGATE,   India,   IBM,   American Market,   Nasdaq Stock Exchange,   Latest Business News ,  
After effects of Budget: Eating out, <strong>banking</strong> <strong>services</strong> to get costlier

After effects of Budget: Eating out, banking services to get costlier

01 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Measures announced in general and rail budget will be effective from Wednesday. While few things such as platform ticket, eating out will become costlier where as decisions like induction of women director in boards of NSE listed firms will empower fairer gender.

General budget,   budget session,   service tax,   Arun jaitley,   railway budget,   Union budget,   ,  
Earthquake: Air India, SpiceJet to operate free relief flights to Nepal

Earthquake: Air India, SpiceJet to operate free relief flights to Nepal

26 Apr 2015

New  Delhi: Following the earthquake in Nepal, state-run Air India and budget carriers SpiceJet and IndiGo have decided to operate additional flights and carry relief material to the quake-hit country free of cost.

Air India,   Spice Jet,   IndiGo,   Free Relief Flights,   Earthquake in Nepal,   Relief Efforts,   Emergency Services in Nepal,   Latest Nation News ,  
Centre working hard to re-start stalled projects: Jayant Sinha

Centre working hard to re-start stalled projects: Jayant Sinha

25 Apr 2015

Kolkata: The Centre is seriously working on kick starting 1,400-odd stalled projects, which are keeping the banking system under stress, Union Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha said on Saturday.

Modi government,   Stalled projects,   Banking system,   Union Minister,   Finance Ministry,   Jayant Sinha,  
Earthquake: Asian countries search for citizens stranded by Nepal

Earthquake: Asian countries search for citizens stranded by Nepal

26 Apr 2015

Sydney: Asian countries were scrambling on Sunday to locate thousands of their nationals stranded in Nepal after a huge earthquake devastated the Himalayan nation, severing communications and transport links.

Nepal Earthquake,   Nepal Tourists,   Devastation in Nepal,   Asian Countries,   China,   Australia,  New Zealand,   Japan,   United State,   Disaster Response Teams,   Relief Efforts,   Emergency Services in Nepal,   Latest World News ,  
Airtel may soon launch 4G <strong>services</strong> in Delhi

Airtel may soon launch 4G services in Delhi

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Bharti Airtel may soon launch 4G services in Delhi as it has got the go-ahead in this regard from the Department of Telecom (DoT).

Bharti Airtel,   Airtel internet,   Airtel 4G,   4G internet,   4G speed,   Airtel Delhi,  
Civil <strong>services</strong> exam: Candidates asked to download e-call letter for interview

Civil services exam: Candidates asked to download e-call letter for interview

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Call letters for personality test will not be sent by post to the candidates who have cleared the civil services (main) examination, Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.

Civil services exam,   Candidates of UPSC,   UPSC,   IAS,   IFS,   IPS,   Latest Nation News,  
RBI directs banks to strictly follow 'Mandatory Leave' policy

RBI directs banks to strictly follow 'Mandatory Leave' policy

23 Apr 2015

Mumbai: Coming down heavily on banks for not implementing mandatory leave policy effectively, the Reserve Bank on Thursday said that employees posted at sensitive areas are required to compulsorily avail leave of about 10 days in a single spell every year.

Banks,   Mandatory leave policy,   Bank leave,   Reserve Bank,   RBI rules,   Banking rules,   Bank holidays,   Bank employees,  
Jayant Sinha launches Nabard's digitisation scheme for SHGs

Jayant Sinha launches Nabard's digitisation scheme for SHGs

16 Mar 2015

New Delhi: With an objective to promote financial inclusion, Nabard on Sunday started a pilot project for complete digitisation of women self help groups (SHGs) to improve the quality of interface between members and banks for efficient and hassle free delivery of banking services.

Jayant Sinha,   NABARD,   SHGs digitisation,   women self help groups,   banking services,   financial inclusion,  
Congress attacks Modi government of making 'U-turn' on GST Bill

Congress attacks Modi government of making 'U-turn' on GST Bill

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Attacking Government over moving the long-pending Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill in Lok Sabha, Congress on Friday accused BJP of making "U-turn" and demanded that the bill should be referred to a Standing Committee of Parliament.

Modi Government,   Goods and Services Tax,   GST,   Lok Sabha,   Congress,   BJP,   Parliament,  

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