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Times changing for India's women executives

MUMBAI When Manisha Girotra started her career in investment banking in India 17 or so years ago, the businessmen she met wouldn't shake her hand.

Indian Cos. tap foreign resumes

BANGALORE (Reuters) -- India continues to hire and train for its growing information technology industry, but a talent shortage is forcing it to look overseas.

Rising rupee, wages pressure India Inc

MUMBAI A strengthening currency and rising wages threaten to erode India's vaunted cost advantage, forcing companies to economize and innovate to remain competitive. | Video

India IT firms upbeat on growth despite softer U.S.

BANGALORE Indian outsourcing companies are optimistic about their growth despite a downturn in the U.S. economy, on hopes of strong technology spending by global firms, and as they focus on expanding their businesses in newer markets.

Foreign banks not betting on level India field

MUMBAI Foreign banks keen to benefit from India's boom are ramping up operations as fast as rules allow, but are not betting that a planned review of their presence in 2009 will quickly level the playing field with local rivals.

Indian infrastructure begs better bond market

MUMBAI India urgently needs to develop its debt market to turn its pool of domestic savings into the hundreds of billions of dollars needed to upgrade its overburdened infrastructure and accelerate economic growth.

MphasiS, EDS in talks to bill in rupees

BANGALORE Indian software and back-office services firm MphasiS Ltd is in talks with parent Electronic Data Systems to bill contracts in rupees as it remains concerned about the rise in the Indian currency, its managing director said. | Video

TCS to maintain exposure to financial sector

BANGALORE India's Tata Consultancy Services says it will not reduce its exposure to the troubled financial sector as the segment continues to grow, its chief operating officer said.

Infosys: little impact from US slowdown

BANGALORE Infosys Technologies , India's second-largest software services exporter, sees little impact from the U.S. economic slowdown as it was able to add new clients in the financial services sector, its chief executive said. | Video

Quotes of the day

BANGALORE (Reuters) -- The following are selected quotes from speakers at the Reuters India Investment Summit.

Wipro sees no sign of U.S. downturn

BANGALORE Wipro Ltd , India's third-largest software services exporter, sees no indication of a downturn in the U.S. economy hurting its business, but a firmer rupee was a concern, its chief financial officer said. | Video


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