The US may be willing to let India into the nuclear club, but there's one space race where the developing nation has far outpaced America -- education satellites.
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India’s Parliament has passed a law that recognizes digital signatures as valid and binding, establishing a framework for e-commerce. But critics charge that the Information Technology Act 2000 goes too far in granting police permission to search and arrest, without warrants, people suspected of committing a cybercrime.
Indian high-tech companies need to implement better strategies to recruit and retain employees in light of a new U.S.
India's ministry of information technology is amassing a list of schools to be beneficiaries of an IT education plan for computer literacy. The project includes outfitting 60,000 schools with 600,000 PCs (10 per school) over the next five years.
A non-profit group in India has created a simple, inexpensive, multilingual handheld device aimed at bringing computing to Third World nations--dubbed the "Simputer." The project conceived two-and-a-half years ago during an international seminar on information technology for developing countries.
A novel educational portal for kids, designed by leading software consulting firm Magna Infotech, has been launched in India. Its goal is to enhance children's ability to understand and retain new information.
Bad times for others are possibly good times for Monster.com, the world'smost popular career site that has now landed in India, officially.
Five of Silicon Valley's 50 fastest-growing companies have an Indianconnection, according to the latest survey of Deloitte & Touche, theU.S.
There are no indications of any decrease in the billing rates so far, butthe fourth quarter is expected to bring with it some cause for worry.Full story-- ZDNet India.
Many Indian women are riding the IT wave and are now in key positions in both India and abroad.