Delhi govt to outsource operation of its CATS ambulance services

Delhi government has decided to outsource the operation and maintenance of its CATS ambulance services and Control Room in order to offer prompt and effective services, reducing the response time further.

Obama blasts game-playing Romney for ‘scaring’ auto workers

President Barack Obama has blasted Republican presidential rival Mitt Romney on his statements about Chrysler outsourcing Jeep production to China.

A fired up Obama outshines Romney in second debate

A combative Barack Obama hit back at Mitt Romney, retrieving lost ground in the second of the three high-stake presidential debates.

Iran to consider outsourcing uranium enrichment

Iran does not rule out handing over uranium enrichment for its nuclear reactor in Tehran to another country if it gets firm guarantees of fuel supplies.

Obama-Biden against Romney on outsourcing

Obama and Biden went full blast against Romney, accusing him of outsourcing American jobs to countries like India and China.

Obama ridicules Romney`s differentiation on outsourcing

President Barack Obama ridiculed the difference made by his rival Mitt Romney`s Republican campaign between `outsourcing` and `offshoring`.

ISRO to up outsourcing in rocket-satellite areas

Indian space agency ISRO would significantly scale up outsourcing to industries to fuel the quantum jump in the programmes being undertaken by it.

Punia seeks ban on outsourcing of contract labours

National Scheduled Castes
Commission (NSCC) Chairman P L Punia sought a ban on
outsourcing of contractual labour saying it is an
"exploitation" of labour force.

Engaging SPOs to counter Naxals is like outsourcing duty: SC

The deployment of armed tribals SPOs to counter naxals was like
outsourcing the constitutional duty of the state, the Supreme
Court today said and disapproved of the policy virtually aimed
at dividing the society.

No `Indian plot` to steal American jobs: McCain

Top Republican leader John McCain has came out strongly against efforts to "demonise" India as a destination of shipping US jobs, saying there was no "Indian plot to steal American jobs".

India visit aimed at creating jobs in America, says Obama

US President Barack Obama Thursday said that he is heading for India and three other Asian countries with the objective of opening up this huge market of the world for American companies and create more jobs here.

India downplays Obama’s remarks; won’t make hasty conclusions

Seeking to downplay President Obama`s remarks Wednesday, India has said it would be wrong to prejudge the US leader`s visit.

Outsourcing: Need to watch US political scenario, says envoy

India needs to watch how the anti-
outsourcing sentiment evolves in the "new political scenario"
in the US, Ambassador to the US Meera Shankar said today.

US may outsource lightweight satellite launches to India

As US eying longer distance probes, it wants to outsource the launching of some satellites.

India to take up outsourcing issue with Obama

During the visit of US President Barack Obama here, India will raise concerns expressed by its IT industry over the US curbs on outsourcing, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna said here on Friday.

US outsourcing ban regressive: Anand Sharma

Terming the recent outsourcing ban by the US’ Ohio state as “regressive”, Commerce and Industries Minister Anand Sharma on Saturday said that the move will further weaken the recovery of the fragile global economy.

Stop giving tax breaks on outsourcing: Obama

President Barack Obama on Friday made it clear that he will not relent on stopping tax breaks to American companies that ship jobs abroad and said incentives will be given to those firms which create jobs in the country.

Obama again slams outsourcing to India

Obama accused US companies outsourcing business to India of following unfair business practices.

TCS inks outsourcing deal with Singapore firm

Software major Tata Consultancy
Services on Wednesday said it has signed a two-year multi-million dollar deal with Singapore-based People`s Association
for application management services.

WNS says no to bidders; not to pursue further discussions

New York-listed BPO firm WNS on Friday said it is not up for sale and has decided not to pursue further with those who had submitted expressions of interest to acquire controlling stake in the company.