Monthly Archives: January 2017

The H1-B Bill Introduced By The US Impacted Adversely On IT Stocks Knocking Off 4 % Amounting To Rs 33,000 Crores Market Valuation, Of Top 5 Tech Firms.

HIGHLIGHTS Top 5 Tech Companies saw an Erosion of over Rs 33,000 Crores in their Market Capitalization. H1-B is a Non-Immigrant Visa that allows US Companies to Employ Foreign Workers. According to Experts, Trump Plans to Overhaul Work-Visa Programs that Dampened Investor Mood. NEW DELHI: IT Stocks Plunged over 4% …

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A Fire Breaks Out In Parliament On The Eve, Of Budget Day.

HIGHLIGHTS The Fire Broke Out in Room Number 50 of the Parliament. The Fire has been Doused. 12 Fire Tenders were Rushed to the Spot. NEW DELHI: On the Eve of Budget Day, a Fire Broke Out on Tuesday in Room Number 50 of the Parliament. 12 Fire Tenders were Rushed …

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Case against 100 people for blocking Vyttila road

KOCHI: The lax attitude of authorities has once again come to the fore as people’s protest became a near success with the Kerala Water Authority(KWA) officials straining their nerves on Monday to reinstate water supply to the colonies where the pipes had gone dry for over a week. More than 300 …

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Rs 368cr medical college master plan gets health department nod

KOCHI: In what can be seen as a landmark in the history of Government Medical College, Ernakulam, the health department has given administrative sanction for the Rs 368-crore master plan for the college. The government has already placed the project in the Kerala Infrastructure Investment Fund Board (KIFBI). The director board meeting of …

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Infopark staff not content with safety steps

KOCHI: Though surrounded by ring of security, many Infopark employees said that they were not completely sure about the security at the park. The employees cited previous instances to question the efficacy of the systems that many companies claim to have. “There are many employees within the park other than techies. Though …

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Love-less Cavaliers fall to Mavericks

WASHINGTON: Struggling with star forward Kevin Lovesidelined by back spasms, the defending NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers were downed 104-97 at Dallas on Monday. LeBron James led the Cavaliers with 23 points on 9-of-19 shooting while Kyrie Irvingadded 18 points and five assists but made six turnovers, only one fewer than the entire Mavericks’ squad. But an up-tempo …

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