Obama says job should not be outsourced to Bangalore in India.
Indian outsourcing companies won't be hurt by new rules: analysts.
Obama announces end of tax incentives to firms creating jobs overseas.
The economic slowdown have halted the sector's scorching pace of growth.
Customers complained of trouble communicating with Indian agents.
WSJ reports computer giant's lay-off plan in US may help India.
America can't have 'switch on and off' policy on trade, says Minister.
Sixty seven per cent of data from companies were stolen by insiders.
They have canceled the outsourcing project contracted to Satyam.
Indian offshore firms are the largest users of H-1B visas.
Outsourcing from the US to the Indian market might get adversely affected.
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The country's second largest software services firm has no plans to cut jobs.
India hopes that the new American President will mean better trade ties.
Obama had targeted offshoring of jobs to India, during his campaign.
Company hired just 1,895 people in the first 6 months of 2008-09.
Democrats' statements is worrying for Indian tech majors.
"Companies that ship jobs overseas will not get tax breaks," Obama said.
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