Category: India

Hindutva’s Science Envy

Hindutva’s science envy The spiritualist metaphysics of Brahmins cannot withstand a serious scientific scrutiny. To cover this obscurantist metaphysics as “science” is a desperate attempt to protect it from the critical scrutiny of real science.

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Kashmir women most empowered when it comes to marriage – statistics

Women in Kashmir are the oldest brides, those in Jharkhand the youngest 2.4% of women are married off at less than 18 years age as per all India statistics. In West Bengal it is 3.4% and in Jarkhand 5.4%. The average age for women to marry in Kashmir is the highest among all states at …

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Indian IT-BPM industry in 2016 – statistics

Information source Indian IT-BPM Industry FY16 Performance and FY17 Outlook (conversions based on 1$ = Rs 67 rate) To view larger images click on them Indian IT-BPM industry In 2016 16,000 firms 1,000 GIC/MNCs 4,200 tech startups 37 lakh employees 13 lakh women Indian IT BPM Industry Direct Employment in 2015 IT Exports – 17.3 …

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NEP – Neo-Macaulay+Neo-Manu dharma

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Layoffs at Twitter’s Bengaluru development center as it stops global engineering work

Layoffs at Twitter’s Bengaluru development center as it stops global engineering work

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Modi’s bloody politics on Cauvery issue – Poster

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Modi’s bloody politics on Cauvery issue

Modi’s bloody politics on Cauvery issue Violence against Tamils in Karnataka 100 Buses, Lorries Burnt Over 25,000 crore wasted RSS-BJP criminal chauvinism Modi’s ‘Development’ plank exposed

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TCS earnings warning a symptom of Indian IT sector woes

On September 8th Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) shares dropped as much as 6.4 per cent after the Mumbai-based IT major said it is witnessing “sequential loss of momentum” in the key banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) vertical. TCS shares, which closed 4.85 per cent lower at Rs 2,322, underperformed the broader Nifty that ended …

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Mohandas Pai asks software engineers to drive Ola, Uber cars

Mohandas Pai asks software engineers to drive Ola, Uber cars Former CFO and HR Head at Infosys Mohandas Pai says “… Why work for 14 hours a day (in an IT company) and earn (only) Rs 3.5 lakh (per annum), when you can earn Rs six lakh to Rs 7 lakh (per year) driving a …

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Union in IT Sector! Hurdles Overcome!

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series IT Union - Legal Fights

Union in IT Sector! Hurdles Overcome! Put an End to Injustice and Exploitation!! Dear Friends, We belong to New Democratic Labour Front (NDLF) – I.T Employees Wing. We have been working to unionize IT employees for the past one and half years. From daily wage earners to corporate in IT sector, every section of society …

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Letter from TN Labour Secretary on Right to Form Union

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Letter from Labour Secretary Secretariat, Chennai-9 LΑΒΟUR ΑΝD ΕΜΡLΟΥΜΕΝΤ DΕΡΑRΤΜΕΝΤ Letter No.9172/K2/2015 – 6, dated 30.05.2016 From Thiru. Kumar Jayant, I.A.S., Principal Secretary to Government. To iru. S.Karpagavinayagam, Organiser, Puthiya Jananayaga Thozhilalar Munnani, No.110/63, NSK Salai, Kodambakkam, Chennai – 24. Sir, Sub: IT Companies – Enforcement of Labour Law in IT Companies and demands of …

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The price we pay for “progress

India generates about 18.5 lakh tonne electronic waste every year. This figure is expected to reach up to 30 lakh tonne per year by 2018. The government, public and private industries contribute over 70 percent of e-waste, while 15 percent comes from households. Out of the total e-waste generated, only 2.5 percent gets recycled. Sectorwise …

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Firing unfair, wants compensation, Employee gets a tribunal to look into the matter

When an low or middle level employee is fired or made to resign by the company, what option do they have? Usually, the only option is to brush up the resume and to start looking for other jobs. In the meantime, worry to death about how to support the family and pay EMIs. But find …

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BPO automation, cost reductions – implications for employees?

BPO companies and their customers strive continuously for more and more cost reductions (read more work with less employees, less pay and benefits) “Customers want beyond 10-15% cost and performance benefits, to which we found the answer in Robotics –non-invasive software technology to quickly increase efficiencies from business processes.” “BPO 1.0 was about pure offshoring …

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Mass Surveillance silences minority opinions – study

A new study shows that knowledge of government surveillance causes people to self-censor their dissenting opinions online. The research offers a sobering look at the oft-touted “democratizing” effect of social media and Internet access that bolsters minority opinion. The study finds that in the wake of widespread knowledge of government surveillance people tend to silence …

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