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Weekly Wrap-up: Outsourcing, Mobile stats, faster Internet, MNP and more…

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OK, we have a Bharat bandh today, but that is not going to stop us from going around doing our business. It is Monday and time for our weekly wrap-up. We had number of interesting posts published last week. Here is a run-down, if you have missed.

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Is Outsourcing is the real reason for Job losses in United States? Infact, does Outsourcing lead to Job losses or job generation? We had some great discussions on this post – If you have missed it, go ahead and read now, especially the insightful comments from some folks !

The Mobile subscriber growth in India continues to surprise – We now have over 617 million Mobile subscribers. But do you know that Indians collectively waste time worth $ 795 Million reading spam SMSes in a year ?.

This is the need of hour, especially for Rural India – Samsung launches Solar powered Mobile phone.

I am praying for this to come to reality in near future – 100 times faster Internet – Imagine the possibilities with that kind of broadband speeds !

tarikh pe tarikh…tarikh pe tarikh – Thats the case with our Mobile Number Portability (MNP). It is postponed yet again !

BPO Industry in India is one of the largest in the world – and now, its going rural

Here are some of the startling facts on Social Media – Check out the video in the post, seriously an eye-opener.

Broadband is become a Legal Right In Finland, When Will India Get It?

Although, we are blaming Obama to churn out ant-outsourcing policies, we ourselves are doing the same. Government has come out with a new rule where and individual needs minimum 11 lakh salary to get a Work Visa for India.

And something to bring cheer to hit the road quite often – Woohoo…Automated Toll system coming soon!

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