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Obverse Of The Coin...

Infosys, once India’s IT pride, has been slowly losing its sheen. Has managing director Vishal Sikka not been able to steer the ship as ably as N.R. Narayana Murthy?

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The chairman isn’t exiting. Taking a pacifist line, R. Seshasayee has reached out to NR.
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Code Load On Cyber Coolies

Three US H-1B laws, seeking to raise costs for firms, may hit Infosys, but make crucial points

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