The Economic Times  Jun 18  Comment 
"The only issue is that the Dahanu Taluka Environment Protection Authority has objected to the Wadhavan project," JNPT Deputy Chairman Neeraj Bansal told PTI.
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 13  Comment 
Speaking about layoffs in the IT sector, Minister Priyank Kharge told PTI that the Karnataka government is keen on coming out with a policy addressing various issues in the sector including ‘forced re...
The Hindu Business Line  Jun 3  Comment 
"If she is right, then even I am right. If she regrets making the comments, then I regret too. Agreed that this is fake news, but what about the comments that she made on 2002 Godhra riots? If you have freedom of expression then even I have it,"...
The Times of India  May 31  Comment 
The Karnataka government has assured members of a united front of IT employees associations to look into their problems, including layoffs, IT Minister Priyank Kharge has assured in reply to a query from PTI.
The Economic Times  May 21  Comment 
More than 3,500 ITIs out of over 13,000 have already been graded, with the best performers qualifying for the five-star rating, a senior government official told PTI.
The Economic Times  Apr 29  Comment 
The order urging local pilots to not fly with foreign pilots has now been has been kept in "abeyance" till further instructions, a pilot source told PTI.
The Economic Times  Apr 27  Comment 
Fortis had received the notices and was "evaluating the observations" and would respond appropriately, its spokesperson told PTI.
The Economic Times  Apr 22  Comment 
"We are talking to Niti Aayog for involving project management professionals in government projects," PMI India managing director Raj Kalady told PTI.
The Economic Times  Apr 18  Comment 
"They (e-tailers in India) are not making much progress, even modern retail in India is not making much progress," the Chairman of the Godrej Group told PTI
The Economic Times  Apr 2  Comment 
"We would be looking to raise between $2.5-3 billion in the current fiscal year," Export Import Bank of India (Exim Bank) Managing Director David Rasquinha told PTI.


Patni Computer Services Ltd, based in Mumbai India, is a leading provider of information technology services. The company delivers a comprehensive range of IT services through globally integrated onsite and offshore delivery locations primarily in India, through its global delivery model. Patni focuses its efforts on companies in the insurance (22.9% of revenues in the third quarter of 2007), manufacturing (25.9%), financial services (14.2%), and the telecommunications (12.1%) industries, but is also working to expand its expertise in other areas, such as retail, energy and utilities, logistics and transportation, product engineering and media and entertainment, which, in total comprised 24.9% of revenues for the third quarter of 2007. Within these practices, the company offers services that include application development, maintenance and support (65.0% of revenues in the third quarter of 2007), enterprise application systems (13.5%), enterprise systems management (5.4%), embedded technology services (11.1%), and other services (5.0%). In November 2004, the company enhanced its expertise in the telecommunications industry by acquiring Cymbal Corporation, a U.S.-based IT services company, and is willing to use a targeted acquisition strategy as part of its expansion and growth strategy. Recently, Patni has formed a strategic alliance with Savvion, the industry's leading business process management (BPM) company. Patni will leverage its domain expertise and knowledge of industry best practices to collaborate, control, and improve business processes of its clients with Savvion BusinessManager going forward. During the third quarter of 2007, Patni derived 78.0% of its revenues from the United States, 15.1% from Europe, 3.1% from Japan, 2.2% from the remaining Asia/Pacific region, and 1.6% from the rest of the world. The company has approximately 14,290 employees, with 11,323 located in India. During the second quarter of 2008, Patni acquired Europe based telecommunications company Logan-Orviss International (LOI) and U.S. based life sciences company Taratec Development Corporation.


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