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Popular Indian blog victim of vote fraud
By Bala Shah

The Weblog Awards are the world's largest blog competition with over 545,000 votes cast in the 2007 edition, and nearly two million votes cast in all editions since 2003.  This year, voting has been popular with record votes cast so far, and frenzied last minute participation as the deadline of Jan 13, 2009 approaches. Now an Indian finalist is claiming vote rigging. More...

In New Indian Express no can hear SPACE scream
By Yasmin Ahmed

SPACE, not as in galaxy or universe, is the Society for Promotion of Alternative Computing and Employment, and is a non-governmental organization in Kerala which has been in the news recently for bagging several of the ostensibly big-budget projects under the Kerala IT Mission.  Last month, prestigious national paper Indian Express published an ‘investigation’ into SPACE More...

Software boss arrested after employee complaints
By Rahul Kumar

New year 2009 began on a bad note for the Managing director of a software solutions company, E-ware Technologies of Gurgaon, as a local Court remanded him into 14-day judicial custody in Gurgaon Jail on Jan 2. E-ware MD Rajeev Nagpal and HR manager Shalu Sharma were arrested on Dec 30 by police on charges of criminal breach of trust and intimidation inflicted on engineers. More...

Free software and Politics
By Yasmin Ahmed

In India, politics rules. In Kerala it is a way of life of the people; the cent per cent literate politically conscious people take politics as a part of their daily bite. Not surprisingly, the Government of Kerala takes huge steps to promote free software and wage battles against proprietary software as well, probably as a part of a left wing stand against American MNCs. More...

Oracle i-flex takeover:  snacks stopped
By Shalini Singh

Yesterday, I-flex solutions, the premium technology company that became a stalwart in finance vertical with flexcube - the core banking product - was truly one of the big fish in the pond.  Today, it became just another company to merge with Oracle. It seems to become petite by the day.  And the cost cutting steps include the stoppage of free snacks and travel. More...

British High Commission saves Indian techie
By Rahul Kumar 

The British High Commission saved an IT professional from falling prey to a fraudulent GSM Promotion that promised to ‘reward’ him 450,000 pounds.  The sender of the SMS remained in touch with the WNS employee for about ten days through phone calls and emails using a fictitious name Garry Miller before finally promising to meet him outside the office of High Commission  More...

Cricket hero Anil Kumble at Infosys
By Neha Bajaj

Indian tech powerhouse Infosys held its 13th Annual Awards for Excellence 2008 ceremony this week.  Being an international company, the ceremony was held across 12 locations.  The Annual Awards for Excellence is the biggest event in the Infosys calendar to recognize the achievements of Infoscions.  Indian cricket super hero Anil Kumble graced the occasion as well. More...

Kidnapped Cyber City GM threatened
By Nitin Paul

In a glaring example of how daring the robbers are in Cyber City Gurgaon and have no fear of the law, the executive of a multinational media consultancy firm who was robbed of his cash, ATM cards, wrist watch and Honda City car at gunpoint on November 28, has started receiving threatening calls from the same criminals.  Naturally, he is nervous. More...

Infosys offices:  Airport like security
By Bala Shah

Even as the cowardly, cruel terrorists plot their next attack on an increasingly prosperous India, some of our iconic tech companies are preparing themselves for a worse case scenario.  Infosys, as a respected symbol of India’s growing empowerment, is well prepared.  Techgoss spoke to a few Infosys managers about the well planned security cocoon for their techies. More...

India IT: 60000 contractors being eased out
By Bala Shah

Every large company in India employs IT contractors or ‘vendor-supplied’ techies.  These contractors provide specialist skills and can step into the IT Department for terms as short as 3 months.  Some contracts last for years. The contractors are always paid a premium but the trade off is less job security. Some techies prefer contracting as they get bored at one site. More...

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