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India@75: Landmark Moments

The Times of India 17 Aug 2022
Towards the end of 1974, they gave us a big job. That set off the export of software.” This was the first instance of an offshore IT services delivery centre in India ... So, the company wanted to establish a great R&D centre in Asia, , who joined TI in 1989 and went on to become TI India MD, said in an interaction with Itihaasa.
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As Covid waned, 8 of top 10 firms hired over 3 lakh

Indian Express 15 Aug 2022
The information technology and software services sector, which is the biggest organised segment employer in the country, also saw acceleration in net hiring as it braced the attrition crisis caused by a surge in the number of new job openings in the sector ... Airtel preparing to lead India’s 5G revolution, sets timeline for 5G service launch.
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JP Morgan set to hire over 5,000 for tech roles in India

The Times of India 09 Aug 2022
JPMorgan Chase is set to hire more than 5,000 technologists in India this year, as the US financial services company steps up job allocation to its operations here, said two people familiar with the matter ... Last year, the bank hired 4,000 such people in India ... The end-to-end work is led from India.
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Services PMI at 4-month low on dented demand, high costs

Financial Express 04 Aug 2022
Amid an uptick in scores of economic indicators, India’s services sector lost momentum in July even as it remained in the expansion zone for the 12th straight month ... On the jobs front, July data showed a negligible increase in services sector employment across India.
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More than 10,000 startups registered in 2022, says Piyush Goyal

Your Story 04 Aug 2022
In announcement, Union Minister of Commerce & Industry Piyush Goyal announced that India is home to over 75,000 startups in its 75th year of independence ... India is now home to 75,000 startups in the 75th year of Independence and this is only the beginning ... In all, India's startups have created 7.46 lakh jobs in the economy.
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India’s services sector growth falls to 4-month low in July

The Siasat Daily 03 Aug 2022
India’s services sector lost momentum in July as demand was curtailed by competitive pressures, elevated inflation and unfavourable weather, a monthly survey said on Wednesday ... On the jobs front, July data showed a negligible increase in service sector employment across India.
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India's services sector PMI falls to 4-month low to 55.5 in July

The Telegraph India 03 Aug 2022
India's services sector lost momentum in July as demand was curtailed by competitive pressures, elevated inflation and unfavourable weather, a monthly survey said on Wednesday ... On the jobs front, July data showed a negligible increase in service sector employment across India.
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India’s services sector growth at 4-month low in July; inflation, unfavorable weather dent sentiment

Financial Express 03 Aug 2022
India’s services sector lost momentum in July as demand was curtailed by competitive pressures, elevated inflation and unfavourable weather, a monthly survey said on Wednesday ... On the jobs front, July data showed a negligible increase in service sector employment across India.
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Services activity growth at 4-mth low in July on inflationary pressures | Mint

Live Mint 03 Aug 2022
India’s services sector activity slowed down in July because of weaker sales and inflationary pressures, a private survey showed on Wednesday ... The July data also showed a negligible increase in service sector employment across India ... Premium Premium India July services activity growth at 4-month low.
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India July services activity growth at 4-month low | Mint

Live Mint 03 Aug 2022
India’s services sector activity slowed down in July due to weaker sales growth and inflationary pressures, showed a private survey on Wednesday ... The July data also showed a negligible increase in service sector employment across India ... Premium Premium India's July services growth slips to 4-month low .
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Airline jobs: Massive hiring is on amid supercharged rebound in bookings

Gulf News 03 Aug 2022
AIRLINES JOBS RISE AS PASSENGER NUMBERS SOAR ... And airline jobs are back with a vengeance, with massive re-hiring binge ... Last month (July 2), when Air India held job interviews, the cabin crew of IndiGo didn’t show up for work — en masse — to participate, Indian media reported.
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India's unemployment lowest in 6 months at 6.80% in July: CMIE

The Times of India 02 Aug 2022
On the other hand, urban unemployment jumped to 8.21 per cent in July from 7.80 per cent in June as the number of jobs fell both in industry as well as services ... Meanwhile, the urban unemployment jumped to 8.21 per cent in July from 7.80 per cent in June as jobs fell both in industry as well as services, the CMIE data added.
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India's unemployment lowest in six months at 6.80% in July: CMIE

The Economic Times 02 Aug 2022
... cent in June as the number of jobs fell both in industry as well as services.
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Veerashaiva Mahasabha to press for central OBC status

Deccan Herald 31 Jul 2022
The All India Veerashaiva Mahasabha will organise a meeting at Freedom Park on August 1 to mount pressure on the government seeking inclusion of the community under the central OBC list ... “The exclusion has led to Veerashaiva-Lingayats facing injustice in various central jobs and all-India services.
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Flagging national honour: 'Har Ghar Tiranga'Failing to recycle the polyester flag is an act of ...

Deccan Herald 27 Jul 2022
It could be a new kind of job created in the service sector, and it could have an impact on India's dangerously critical unemployment problem. The Modi regime may have inadvertently hit upon a job creation programme through the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign and the 25 years of the Amrit Kaal to celebrate India's independence ... India News.

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