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Amar Babu seems to relish the heat and dust of the fast-growing Indian market. Just months after moving to the US as MD, South Asia (Sales and Marketing Group), Intel, Babu finds himself back home.
When he announced his decision to resign as the CEO of Infosys in April this year, many people expected Nandan Nilekani, 52, to step away from the spotlight.
The avid traveller is set to hang up his boots at work, but wants to visit Antarctica some time soon.
The India story seems to be going good for PAUL WHITTAKER as it's not every day that foreign companies declare their preference for India over China.
The prospect of parting company with his pets Bruno and Sheru is upsetting Chandramani Singh, 39, who's headed for Shenzhen, China.
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