India invented the internet thousands of years ago
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Government minister touts ancient Indian engineering feat 

Ancient Indians invented the internet thousands of years ago, according to an Indian government minister.

Xiaomi wants global smartphone component makers to set up Indian base
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Likely to bring $2.5 billion investment

Xiaomi said it wants its global smartphone component makers to set up base in India, in what is likely to bring as much as $2.5 billion of investment to the South Asian nation while also creating up to 50,000 jobs.

Indian outsourcers recovering from a tough year
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Software services sector expected to grow again next year

India’s software services exports will see revenue growth of 7-9 percent in constant currency terms in the fiscal year to March 2019 after one of its worst years ever.

Apple punishes its Indian customers
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Increasing the price is a nationwide face-palm

The fruity cargo cult Apple has decided to punish its poor Indian customers for its government daring to make it pay tax by raising its prices even more so that less people can afford them.

Indians tell Apple it will not get special tax treatment
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Apple staff need counselling

The Indian Government has told the fruity cargo cult Apple that it will not be a special tax case.

Apple sounds Indian retreat
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Backs down after spat

The Tame Apple Press ran a story about how wonderful its favourite fruity tax-dodger had agreed to help to the Indian government to develop an anti-spam mobile application for its iOS platform.

Indian government considers propping up failing Apple
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Sure we will prop up your failing business model - what else can we spend our cash on?

It appears that the Indian government is taking seriously a request from Apple to help prop up its failing business model and inflate its stonking margins.

Movie stealing was a failure in Bollywood
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Box office disaster averted.


Stealing a movie in India proved a song and dance for the hackers who ended up arrested.

Apple goes for an Indian
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iPhone SE assembly line established

The Fruity cargo-cult Apple has completed its first trial run assembly of the iPhone SE in India as part of a cunning plan to get a foothold in a market which favours cheap and cheerful products.

Indian coders not so hot?
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Can’t code to compile, according to study


Only 36 percent of Indian software engineers can write compilable code, the Indian skills assessment company Aspiring Minds says in a report.