Trump gets invite from Prez, Modi - Deccan Herald

India has invited US President Donald Trump and his wife Melania for an early visit to New Delhi, although his inaugural speech added to the apprehensions of the country's information technology industry. “We look forward to an early opportunity of ...

Curbs on outsourcing may hit US economy: Nasscom - The Hindu

India's IT industry has warned about the adverse impact that curbs on outsourcing will have on the U.S. economy, which lacks high-skilled workers. The country's premier trade body, Nasscom, will be taking a delegation to the U.S. in February in an ...

TRUMP-IT 2 LAST - India Today

Trumps hardline stance on protectionism and anti-immigration is no surprise to the Indian industry. While companies have tried putting on a brave face, concerns run deep about tightening of visa norms that will push up the cost of doing business ...

Donald Trump's 'Buy American-hire American' pledge unnerves Indian IT - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: New US President Donald Trump's 'Buy American-hire American' rallying cry has put the USD 150- billion Indian IT industry on edge, which is in wait-and-watch mode to see how the new administration evolves policies around outsourcing and ...

Time India Shakes Off Complacency: Foreign Policy Experts on Trump Speech - News18

US President Donald Trump with his wife Melania at the Armed Services Ball in Washington on January 20, 2017. (REUTERS). New Delhi: Even after a year-long campaign, the new President of the United States remains an unknown entity. Most have known ...

Massive Anti-Trump protests in Bengaluru over his plans to clamp down on H1B visas - Firstpost (satire)

Bengaluru: Protests and marches are being held across the world against the newly elected American President, Donald Trump. Now India has also joined the list of countries protesting against Trump with a huge protest march in India's Silicon Valley, ...

Why Trump's 'Buy American, Hire American' campaign will hit Indian IT companies hard - Economic Times

Donald Trump''s maiden presidential address on Friday could not but have been unnerving for India's biggest export industry -IT services. Close to 75% of the industry's $150 billion revenue comes from exports, 60% of which are to one country -the US ...

India cautiously optimistic after Trump takes over as US president - Hindustan Times

India's foreign policy establishment is cautiously optimistic after Donald Trump took over as the US President and delivered an inaugural speech which cryptically summarised his core campaign issues. Indian officials admit they are—like their ...

Donald Trump sings 'My Way', India fears economy will be waylaid - Times of India

NEW DELHI: Hours after US President Donald Trump spelt out his 'America First' strategy, he also belted out Frank Sinatra's "My Way", sending out a worrying message for the Indian economy, specially the IT sector. Domestic financial markets are bracing ...

IT, pharma in search of Trump card - Calcutta Telegraph

New Delhi, Jan. 21: Indian pharmaceutical majors and technology giants are in a "wait-and-watch" mode over newly-elected US President Donald Trump's protectionist stand of increasing local manufacturing and hiring, while hinting that any attempt to ...

IT companies log on to 'Hire American' - Business Standard

India's software industry may face short-term business challenges with US President Donald Trump making his election rhetoric of hiring locals a policy priority in his inaugural speech. The industry, however, points out the US could lose its ...

What Donald Trump's inaugural address means for India - Daily News & Analysis

Trump's speech of gloom and doom for US, where he is the sole messiah may not be a great news for India. 'Guys, there is one Donald Trump, there is one speech' screamed a Guardian op-ed shortly after Trump took over as the 45th President of the United ...

Donald Trump's swadeshi moment can be a dampener for India IT - Hindustan Times

US President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania walk the inaugural parade route on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC.(AFP). Donald John Trump's inaugural speech as the 45th president of the United States on Friday was all about nationalism, ...

Trump rhetoric could rock India tech shares - gulfnews.com

Investors in Indian equities, particularly export-driven information technology companies, will be wary as worries deepen about their main market after US President Donald Trump's inaugural address that was full of populistic nationalism such as ...

Is Trump really the 'bad guy' for Indian IT? Take cue from Oracle lawsuit - Business Standard

'First make a good-faith to recruit American workers', says a new Bill introduced in the United States Congress by senators Chuck Grassley and Dick Durbin to tighten the noose around the H-1B visa programme. Ever since, seasoned ...

Donald Trump, Oracle Lawsuit And H-1B Visa, Woes For Indian IT Companies In US Are Only Growing - Indiatimes.com

Technology companies including Infosys and Tata Consultancy Services, may find themselves in the line of fire as anger against outsourcing in America turns bellicose as a new government led by Donald Trump takes charge in the world's biggest market for ...

Decoding US President Donald Trump's inaugural speech - YourStory.com

The 45th POTUS outlines his vision to make America great again. His speech was laced with enough threats that should make countries and companies that depended on the US for business wake up to a new administration. Donald J. Trump was sworn in as ...

Donald Trump becomes US President; what it means to India and the world - India Today

When Donald J Trump took oath as the US President there were unprecedented protests on the streets of Washington DC. People gathered from different parts of the country to agitate after which police had to discharge the crowd by using gas shells and ...

India's brain drain to the US to take a backseat? Oracle has already been sued for not hiring much US citizens - Businessinsider India

A day after Trump takes oath as the 45th president of the US; tech firms are preparing themselves to face the wrath. Though the US has been the biggest market for Information Technology Services, outsourcing jobs to Asians has been rampant for over ...

Donald Trump confirms Indian IT industy's worst fear, 'buy American and hire American' policy may hurt Infosys-TCS ... - India.com

Indian IT companies like Infosys, TCS and Wipro have already decided to hire more American freshers to combat Trump's intentions. By Vaibhav Tiwari | Updated: January 21, 2017 12:54 AM IST Follow Email. 0 Shares. Facebook share · Twitter share · Share ...