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The rise of machines is real and it could disrupt Indian IT sooner than you think. Technology advisory firm Gartner, for instance, believes that by 2018, more than three million workers worldwide will be supervised by robots.
IT sector hiring is expected to see significant uptrend this year as more and more companies focus on digitisation.
Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy said, "For Modi government's flagship programme to succeed, the country has to invent and discover locally".
India's fourth-largest software services exporter HCL Technologies on Tuesday reported its December quarter numbers better than Street expectations.
The company is looking to mitigate the impact by hiring more locals in the US.
Brand Finance's 2016 annual report evaluated thousands of the world's top brands to determine which are the most powerful and the most valuable.
The Kolkata-based workers were arrested earlier this month following data security breach allegations by UK telecom firm TalkTalk, which then alerted Indian police.
Consolidated revenues grew 11.4 per cent at Rs 10,341 crore in the October-December quarter as against Rs 9,283 crore in the same quarter of the 2014-15 fiscal.
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