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  • US immigration bill aims to eliminate visa backlogs, increase per country green card quota Feb 19, 2021 11:06 AM IST

    US immigration bill aims to eliminate visa backlogs, increase per country green card quota

    The bill has provisions that could benefit thousands of Indians in the US and many who are waiting to get their green cards.

  • Govt must ease process of doing biz in India: US Congress Dec 23, 2014 07:46 PM IST

    Govt must ease process of doing biz in India: US Congress

    According to Gabbard, some large corporations in India have already very successfully branched out in many instances to other parts of the world and are constantly looking for opportunities specifically in the United States.

  • Will House edit of Immigration Bill calm Indian IT fears? Jul 23, 2013 04:13 PM IST

    Will House edit of Immigration Bill calm Indian IT fears?

    The House of Representatives‘ version of US Immigration Bill will allay concerns of India IT sector and is most likely to not support outplacement clause.

  • Expect IT sector growth at 10-14% for FY14: Zensar Jul 02, 2013 02:45 PM IST

    Expect IT sector growth at 10-14% for FY14: Zensar

    Zensar's Ganesh Natarajan does not see any problems in markets like America, Europe and UK and is therefore, optimistic about FY14 prospects. For FY14, he predicts IT sector's growth at 10-14 percent on constant currency basis.

  • Maintain long positions; bet on M&M, Zee: Experts Jul 01, 2013 05:46 PM IST

    Maintain long positions; bet on M&M, Zee: Experts

    Market experts advise investors, on CNBC-TV18, to maintain long positions and bet on auto major Mahindra & Mahindra and Zee Entertainment.

  • US immigration bill can hit EPS of top 5 IT cos by 12-25% Jun 28, 2013 06:09 PM IST

    US immigration bill can hit EPS of top 5 IT cos by 12-25%

    Analysts estimate that if the bill is passed in the current version, it could hit earnings per share of the top five firms by 12-25 percent.

  • H1-B salary rise clause will hit Indian IT cos hard: Nomura Jun 28, 2013 11:01 AM IST

    H1-B salary rise clause will hit Indian IT cos hard: Nomura

    The clauses in the recently passed immigration bill by the US Senate can be very damaging for the overseas Indian IT sector. He added that the clause of salary rises for H1-B can have a significant damage on these stocks.

  • India frets as Senate clears Immigration Bill; Nasscom calm Jun 25, 2013 10:23 PM IST

    India frets as Senate clears Immigration Bill; Nasscom calm

    CNBC-TV18‘s Shreya Roy reports that Indian IT companies and economists are starting to fret as the US Senate clears Immigration Bill. However, IT body Nasscom adds that that process for the Bill to become law is a long process and there a several venues for intervention.

  • Rising cost of doing biz main concern: Zensar Technologies Jun 25, 2013 10:06 PM IST

    Rising cost of doing biz main concern: Zensar Technologies

    With the US immigration bill having cleared the senate hurdle with an overwhelming majority, Ganesh Natarajan, CEO of Zensar Technologies says his main concern regarding the bill is the rising costs of doing business, followed by the difficulty to place people on projects.

  • Nomura sees 150-400bps margin hit for IT cos from US bill May 28, 2013 01:42 PM IST

    Nomura sees 150-400bps margin hit for IT cos from US bill

    Ashwin Mehta, information technology (IT) analyst with Nomura India talks about the possible impact on companies in the the Indian IT sector due to the clauses in the US immigration bill.

  • Mkt fundamentals not better than before; bet on OMCs: HSBC May 17, 2013 10:25 AM IST

    Mkt fundamentals not better than before; bet on OMCs: HSBC

    Tushar Pradhan, CIO, HSBC AMC believes that global fund flows are the main reason for the rally in Indian market and expects India to be on investors‘ radar if global fund flows continue.

  • US Immigration Bill talks threaten Indian IT biz May 16, 2013 10:39 PM IST

    US Immigration Bill talks threaten Indian IT biz

    CNBC-TV18's Shreya Roy reports that the amendments on the Immigration Bill in US Senate may adversely affect the Indian IT sector.

  • Sensex cracks; but bulls may not throw in towel yet: Udayan May 13, 2013 04:38 PM IST

    Sensex cracks; but bulls may not throw in towel yet: Udayan

    A correction was always expected but the quantum of today's fall was a bit of surprise, says Udayan Mukherjee, managing editor of CNBC-TV18.

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