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1) India to become global hub for mission critical work: Gates: BANGALORE: Microsoft chief Bill Gates said on Wednesday that India
was on course to become a global hub for 'mission critical activity'
in software as it was increasingly earning a reputation for its
quality work and delivery on time.
3) How many ways can you skin a cow? In Hindu India, there are plenty: ERODE, INDIA, July 19, 2001: To Western companies operating in India,
cow is a sacred. But nothing is so straightforward in India. India is
actually a major producer and consumer of leather, and only some of
from goat, sheep and buffalo. With a population that is an estimated
Hindu, India slaughters 14 million cattle a year, making it the
fifth most active cattle killer, according to the United Nations Food
Agriculture Organization. Government tax breaks have helped make
all kinds one of India's biggest exports. But it takes some effort to
accommodate business and religion when it comes to cowhide. The Hindu
religion forbids eating beef and slaughtering cows, but permits
hide of a ''fallen'' cow, or one that has died naturally. Central
Research Institute in Madras' executive director, T. Ramasami, says
is just a by-product of cows that are slaughtered for
meat. ''Economics are
a reason cows became sacred, as one cow provided milk for an entire
Economics change faster than religious beliefs," he says.