Categories: India

The Indian Outsourcer to Watch is Based in Teaneck

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on March 25

(This post originally referred incorrectly to HCL Technology. The correct name is HCL Technologies.) Indian outsourcers are getting ready for more growth. Indian newspaper The Economic Times reports today that...

'Shame Games' Put India Further Behind China

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on September 26

Barring any more disasters, the Commonwealth Games will open in New Delhi on schedule after all. The fact that the games won't be delayed or cancelled is a victory for...

China's Huawei Overcomes Opposition in India

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on September 07

In the U.S., Chinese telecom equipment manufacturer Huawei Technologies is encountering new opposition from Republican senators. Huawei has had its share of political problems in India, too, with New Delhi...

After Chinese Flop in Korea, Indian Rival Takes a Turn

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on August 22

Mahindra & Mahindra knows how to make tractors. It's the biggest tractor maker in India. The company wants to join local rival Tata Motors - owner of Jaguar and Land...

Demand Grows Despite H-1B Fight, TCS Exec Says

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on August 18

The chop-shop fallout continues. Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) caused an uproar in India recently after he called Indian IT outsourcing companies chop shops during debate on a proposal to double...

Delays Threaten India's Commonwealth Games

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on August 17

October's New Delhi Commonwealth Games* were supposed to be for India what the 2008 Beijing Olympics were for China, the big sporting event showcasing the country's arrival as an economic...

Chinese Companies Try to Solve their India Problem

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on May 09

As China's two biggest makers of telecom equipment, Huawei and ZTE, try to get New Delhi to reverse its policy prohibiting Indian companies from buying their Chinese-made products, smaller companies...

Education Reform Could Help Indian B-Schools

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on April 20

The Indian government is considering liberalization of higher education in the country, a move that would allow foreign universities to establish campuses in India. Check out this story from Monday’s...

Ford, Behind in China, Looks to India

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on February 09

Officials from Ford and Geely had hoped to announce the sale of Ford’s Volvo subsidiary to the Chinese automaker before Chinese New Year. With the Year of the Tiger roaring...

Will India Be a Big Winner in Google-China Fight?

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on January 26

In case you missed it, check out the column by my colleague William Pesek Jr. on the spat between Google and China. He argues a big beneficiary could be India....

India & China: Who Needs $586 Billion Stimulus, Anyway? (Correct)

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on January 25

(Corrects India GDP figure in third paragraph and adds information on Indian stocks.) No government responded more aggressively to the economic crisis than China. Within weeks of the Lehman Brothers’...

New Threat to India-Australia Ties after Stabbing

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on January 03

Just days after officials warned against growing anti-Australia sentiment in India comes news of the latest fatal attack on a young Indian in Australia. A 21-year-old Punjabi, Nitin Garg, was...

India's Contribution to Global Warming

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on December 16

How much does India contribute to global warming? And what role should India play in solving the problem? As climate change talks go down to the wire in Copenhagen, India...

Smart Grids: China’s Edge over India

Posted by: Bruce Einhorn on December 05

On the eve of the Copenhagen conference was a two-day meeting in Beijing about the smart grid in China. Check out the Cleaner, Greener China blog for some interesting analysis...

Bhopal: 25 Years Later

Posted by: Mehul Srivastava on December 03

25 years ago today, some 4000 people were killed in the worst industrial accident in history, when a Union Carbide plant in central India leaked out a poisonous gas called...

Nissan-Renault chief Ghosn says cheap car is still coming

Posted by: Ian Rowley on November 09

There are some interesting comments by Nissan and Renault chief Carlos Ghosn today in an article in India's Economic Times. In the piece, Ghosn reaffirms Nissan and Renault's commitment to...

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