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Anurag Shukla

Stories from Anurag Shukla

Growing Cooperation Between India-Korea in IT Sector

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

Statistics show that the Indian in­formation technology (IT) sector’s revenue has increased from 1.2 percent of the GDP in 1997 to 5.8 percent in 2008. As of now, the growth of this sector is dominated by IT ser­vices such as web services, software testing, application management, IT consulting, system integration, and custom application development and maintenance.

Why India-Korea Strategic Cooperation is Critical to the Region

Monday, September 17th, 2012

In recent years India and South Korea have forged a greater bilateral relationship. In the last few months, on the heels of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s historic visit to Seoul as a participant for the Nuclear Security Summit this relationship was taken to new heights.

Asian Landscape for Innovation set to Change

Thursday, April 5th, 2012

According to the results of a recent study by National Science Board, the global landscape for innovation has changed notably during the last decade as R&D investments made by both individual countries and regions has shown some shifting trends.

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Internet Advertising in India

Tuesday, March 29th, 2011

One of the best channels for promoting brands, products and businesses is Internet advertising and it has evolved into one of the most explored new mediums available today.

The popularity of the Internet as a new media channel has exploded in recent years, attributed mostly to faster, more reliable and more affordable broadband connections. More and more advertisers are shifting from traditional advertising channels and going online in order to maximize audience exposure and capture a bigger share of this growing market.

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India, China and GPS: The Juggernauts Roll

Tuesday, February 8th, 2011

The Global Positioning System (GPS), the global navigation solution developed by the United States and which depends on a network of satellites to provide its users with time and location information wherever in the world they may be, has been making inroads into and gaining acceptance elsewhere in the world in recent years, from Asia onwards.

Group Purchasing in China: Come One, Come All

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

The phenomenon that U.S.-based Groupon has enjoyed is hardly unique to the West. Group purchasing was initially a Chinese concept.

In China, group purchasing organizations, or “tuangou,” have been popular for some years, and some of the most popular tuangou organizations today are those that have taken their business online.

Vietnam Waits (and works) in the Wings: The Next Asian Technology Tiger

Monday, November 1st, 2010

China, India, South Korea, Singapore and the rest of the Asian elite economies may soon have to make room for Vietnam. The former French colony is well on its way to becoming a powerhouse and is gearing up to join the aforementioned nations on the shortlist of Asian technology tiger economies.

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Changing Technology Trends in China: 2010 and Beyond

Sunday, August 1st, 2010

As most of Europe and the rest of North America continue to reel from the second round of the global financial crisis, China’s economic outlook continues upward. The first quarter of 2010 posted an 11.9 percent surge in economic growth, backed by an astonishing 48.5 percent jump in exports in May of this year.

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Top 10 Reasons to Visit Tamilnadu

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

India is a vast and wonderful country with over 4.7 million tour¬ists from all over the globe visiting its shores on a yearly basis. For many people who have come to see Incredible India, their visit is worth reminiscing and many would like to go back and experience it all once more. And for those who have not gone there yet – a great deal would be dreaming of someday going and have the same experience.

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