New worries for the Indian tech industrySteve Hamm
This is a group of people that never relaxes and never takes anything for granted. Maybe it's because of all of the bitter disappointments since independence. That kind of cultural shaping tends to keep large numbers of people on their toes. There has been plenty of talk at the NASSCOM conference about India's infrastructure challenges, soaring salaries, and too-rapid staff turnover. But when I ran into NASSCOM president Kiran Karnik, he laid a couple of new ones on me.
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