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Growth momentum for the Indian IT services industry likely to slow down in the near to medium term (ICRA Limited)

Public Technologies 06 Feb 2023
Growth momentum for the Indian IT services industry likely to slow down in the near ... Despite expectation of slowdown in growth momentum and moderation in OPM, ICRA maintains its Stable outlook on the Indian IT services industry supported by its cost competitiveness, growing demand ...
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No systemic risk to the Indian financial system: Uday Kotak

Business Line 05 Feb 2023
... systemic risk to the Indian financial system from recent events ... Kotak is among the first Indian leaders to suggest structural changes in the aftermath of the Adani allegations.
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Very excited and happy to wear the Indian jersey after 5 months: Ravindra Jadeja

Indian Express 05 Feb 2023
Speaking in a interview with BCCI.tv, Jadeja talks about pulling on the Indian jersey again as well as his rehabilitation process during his injury. 'I am very excited and happy that after almost more than 5 months, I get to wear the Indian jersey again ... But I had to take the decision whether I would have it before the World Cup or after.
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The Indian restaurant bringing a taste of home to UAE since 1979

The National 04 Feb 2023
Al Afadhil's branches in Dubai and Sharjah are known for their spiced, slow-cooked kebabs ....
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Aruna Irani culls out blatant hypocrisy existing in the Indian society regarding adultery, here’s what ...

The Economic Times 04 Feb 2023
In a candid, no-holds-barred interview, actress Aruna Irani discussed marrying a married man and why the 'other lady' should not be blamed for 'destroying a household' ... .
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A woof for the Indian dog

The Hindu 04 Feb 2023
It’s one of the oldest breeds in the world and gives great companionship ....
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Cummins & Co prepared for the Indian grindHead coach Andrew McDonald noted that this Australian ...

Deccan Herald 04 Feb 2023
He did, however, reminisce on India’s role in his rise to his current position at the helm ... The Australians - who arrived in Bengaluru on February 1 for a short training camp at Alur before heading to the four-Test which gets underway in Nagpur from February 9 - have been focussed on spinners since landing on Indian shores.
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Farrukh Dhondy | The Indian mind & ‘spirituality’: Don’t forget science…

Deccan Chronicle 04 Feb 2023
The Pomfret’s frying. And the sugarcane’s high ... In his first book about India, An Area of Darkness, my late friend Vidia Naipaul observed that there was in the “Indian” consciousness a distinct fracture ... Vidia’s perception was devoid of nationalism and the reaction to it was indignantly full of it.
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Why are B2B SaaS companies giving up on the Indian markets?

Your Story 04 Feb 2023
The first phase of Indian startup funding euphoria is credited to business-to-consumer (B2C) ecommerce startups ... The second phase of Indian startup funding shifted the focus to business-to-business (B2B) startups ... The success of on-premise solutions like Tally and many such offerings in the Indian SME market reflects this mentality very well.
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Adam Tooze: What the Adani Group’s Plunge Says About the Indian Economy

Foreign Policy 03 Feb 2023
Fraud allegations caused $100 billion in losses for the conglomerate ... .
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‘Imagining the Indian': Native Americans Fight to Reclaim Their Image From Racist Sports Mascots in ...

The Wrap 03 Feb 2023
The documentary premieres exclusively in theaters this March ... .

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