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Experts claim Brexit could make life difficult for Indian IT professionals. Brexit could make life more difficult for Indian professionals migrating to the UK for work and also for those who have to move between the UK and EU. The IT industry accounts for a high number of such professionals.
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Google Doodle Celebrates Birthday of Pandit Ravi Shankar. It would have been 96th birthday for Pandit Ravi Shankar on 7th April 2016, who sadly passed away in 2012. The prime minister's office back than referred to Shankar as a "national treasure". Google Doodle, famous for the way it celebrates holidays, event, achievements or a special occasion, temporarily alters its logo on Google's homepage on regular basis. On 7th April 2016 Google paid tribute to Ravi Shankar by way of featuring a Sitar within its logo. Born in India in 1920, Rabindra Shankar Chowdhury, is an Indian musician and composer best known for his success in popularizing the sitar. Shankar grew up studying music and toured as a member of his brother's dance troupe. After serving as director of All-India Radio, …
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It has more than 100,000 customers in over 100 countries and counts Microsoft as its leading competitor. It is possibly India's most untold software success story, perched at the cutting edge of cloud computing. Zoho Corporation, functioning from a trendy IT park surrounded by coconut trees in the Chennai suburb of Porur, is also breaking a popular myth that Indians are good for cheap-labour based services and not high-value products. If many still have not heard of the company, it must be because it shuns the things that ambitious software companies are often in the news for: raising venture capital, going public with a share issue, borrowing from banks to expand or getting acquired. "On those fundamental principles, we are not budging," says Raju Vegesna, 37, Zoho's chief evangelist .…
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According to the popular Indian tech website digit.in, Samsung Note 5 is the most popular smartphone to buy in April 2016. Yes, that's right, Samsung Note 5! And no, this is not a joke or a really delayed April fool's prank. The website claims that Apple's flagship iPhone 6s is the second most popular smartphone with Samsung's S6. Full list of the smartphone on their list is as follows:

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