The Hindu Business Line  Mar 15  Comment 
Rape-accused UP minister Gayatri Prajapati was today arrested from the city after remaining absconding for nearly a month. Senior Superintendent of Police, Lucknow, Manzil Saini told PTI that Praja...
The Economic Times  Mar 10  Comment 
This assumes significance in the backdrop of government’s focus on less cash economy and promoting digital payments, PTI reported.
The Economic Times  Mar 8  Comment 
According to PTI, top officials at the telecom department are once again brainstorming on various options before the two loss-making, state-owned entities.
The Economic Times  Mar 5  Comment 
"Shareholders are talking about that. Talks are on as Ageas wants to increase its stake to 49 per cent," IDBI Federal Life Insurance CEO Vighnesh Shahane told PTI.
The Economic Times  Mar 5  Comment 
I want to talk to the Central Board of Trustees in about 10-12 days," Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya told PTI in an interview.
The Times of India  Feb 5  Comment 
"The US' commitment to India is very apparent. I strongly believe that this would require an engagement between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Donald Trump and as and when they are able to engage with each other," Nasscom chairman C P...
The Hindu Business Line  Feb 1  Comment 
The verified Twitter account of the news agency Press Trust of India was hacked for a brief period on Wednesday.Three tweets – one at 7.22 pm, another at 7.24 pm and the third one at 7.28 pm – were po...
The Economic Times  Jan 30  Comment 
Banking stocks would be in focus on Monday as bankers told PTI that the central bank was expected to extend the deadline for asset quality review (AQR) of lenders.
The Economic Times  Jan 22  Comment 
Offshore Areas Mineral (Development and Regulation) Act, 2002 will be redrafted in two to three months time, Mines Secretary Balvinder Kumar told PTI in an interview.
The Economic Times  Jan 20  Comment 
Mines Secretary Balvinder Kumar told PTI in an interview that till now around 21 mineral blocks have gone under the hammer and fetch Rs 73,359.4 crore to the states.


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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