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    Karthik Subbaraman

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    When a generational shift is on, it opens up new possibilities: TCS CEO, N ChandrasekaranIndian IT companies tackling growth rates but ready to take advantage of changes: N ChandrasekaranCan’t be complacent with 7.6% growth: Infosys co-founder NR Narayana MurthyRaghuram Rajan deserves two more terms: NR Narayana Murthy
    With $1 billion in a year, team India is just fabulous: Amazon CEO Jeff BezosOne loss does not mean Congress V-P Rahul Gandhi should quit says K Siddaramaiah Karnataka CMWill seek Narayana Murthy's advice when needed: Vishal SikkaWe have to solve Infosys' growth problem, says new CEO Vishal Sikka
    Need to give new govt at least 2-3 years to pull economy out of rut: Venu Srinivasan, TVS Motor chiefBudget 2014: TVS chief Venu Srinivasan urges FM Arun Jaitley not to be shackled by fiscal deficitNeed to give new government at least 2-3 years to pull economy out of rut: Venu Srinivasan, TVS Motor chiefBudget 2014: TVS chief Venu Srinivasan urges FM Arun Jaitley not to be shackled by fiscal deficit
    For Infosys, will a new CEO successor to S D Shibulal matter with Narayan Murthy around?TCS plans reusable software platforms to focus on telecom, financial services & data analyticsOur ambition is to be the partner of choice for global companies: N Chandrasekaran, CEO, TCSArvind Kejriwal has redefined what is possible, says Narayana Murthy
    Narayana Murthy full of admiration for strong show by AAP, says he’ll bat for Nandan NilekaniMr Murthy, plan your exit: Infosys' real challenge is to quickly get new leadershipThird front will rise at appropriate time: Chandrababu Naidu, Telugu Desam PartyNarendra Modi, Rahul Gandhi have potential to take India back on high growth path: Narayana Murthy, Infosys
    Credibility is the biggest challenge that India faces: Narayana Murthy, Founder, InfosysBudget 2013: Piecemeal measures are hardly good enoughUnion Budget 2012-13: IT firms deserve better consistency and clarity by tax authoritiesDelhi Car Blast: No gains for Iran from staging an attack in India
    Karnataka: Laxman Savadi, CC Patil & Krishna Palemar resign for watching pornographic clipCan New Delhi's economic diplomacy change India's business profile in Africa?Tamil Nadu elections: Farmers unhappy with the governmentKarnataka hosts investor meet but commitment in question
    Bhau Basha: Where the street knows one nameBhau Basha: Where the street knows one nameShimoga may turn into Pyrrhic win for BJPSaffron brigade feeling safe and sound at Bellary
    Satyam fraud probe falls short of expectationsProbe in Satyam scam inspires little confidence: ExpertsRaju may lose control of Maytas Infra tooNo action against Raju: Police
    No action against Raju: Police
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