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BPOs/Call Centres/Outsourcing

A view of the vacant office after 126 employees of a fake call centre, allegedly duping US citizens, were arrested during a police raid, in Noida.

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Employees of a fake call centre, allegedly duping US citizens, during a police raid, in Noida.

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Employees of a fake call centre, allegedly duping US citizens, during a police raid, in Noida.

PTI Photo

Hang on A call centre in Bangalore

Reuters (From Outlook 20 January 2014)

A group of BPO recruits at a training session in Uttarakhand

Narendra Bisht

People crowd at a road after a 21-year-old girl, who was missing since last night while returning from a call centre where she worked, was found murdered near her house in Sector 63 in Noida.

PTI Photo

“We did not establish a call centre in India and move to the US. We acquired a US call centre and grew it. We were the first ones.” Madhu Vuppuluri, CEO Essar Americas

“Rather than send American jobs to India, an Indian company is sending, safeguarding and even creating jobs overseas in the US.” Mani Iyer, President Mahindra US

The 99% effect Last year’s Occupy Wall Street protests have segued into heated election debates on outsourcing US jobs

Reuters (From Outlook 01 October 2012)

June 26, 2006 US and South Pacific eds. The same cover appeared next week, i.e. dated July 3, 2006 as the Europe, Middle East and Africa ed.

Courtesy Time magazine, Time.com

New kid A fresh recruit, singled out by a mark, being inducted

Narendra Bisht

Interactive session A B2R employees meet at Orakhan village

Narendra Bisht

Empowering B2R’s Rekha Bhatt is breaking gender boundaries

Narendra Bisht

Bangalored! The fate that befell a dream city

Reuters (From Outlook, January 10, 2011)

Two of the five men accused of raping a BPO employee being taken to court in New Delhi. Delhi Police today claimed to have made a major breakthrough in the gang-rape case of a 30-year-old call centre employee here last week with the arrest of two youths.

PTI Photo/ Kamal Singh

A man walks past a poster depicting U.S. President Barack Obama in Mumbai. Obama is scheduled to visit the country early November 2010.

AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool