graduate Although, Indian job market picked up considerably in the last one year, still only one out of ten fresh graduates will   get employment as per Ma Foi Randstad, an international human resource service provider. "This year over 10.5 lakh (1.05 million) jobs are being created across sectors but one crore (10 million) aspirants are coming into the market," managing director and CEO of Ma Foi Randstad K. Pandia Rajan said. The survey was conducted among 650 companies across 13 industry verticals in eight Indian cities -- Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkota, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune and Ahmedabad.
LONDON - It's bad news for Britain's James Bond spies as the government has decided to slash spending on counter terrorism abroad so more money can be poured into defending the country against cyber attacks.
NEW DELHI - With the Indian Government moving rapidly to improve and augment its homeland security infrastructure, American companies are hoping to be the first to be called in for providing modern surveillance systems, sophisticated mine detectors, anti-hacking software and guns etc.
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