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Diksha Madhok

India sets up seaside "village" to nurture software start-ups

04 Dec 2012

KOCHI, India Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Indian information technology giant Infosys, stares out from a wall-to-wall poster in a modern office building near Kochi, in the southern state of Kerala.

Seaside 'village' in Kochi to nurture India's start-ups

04 Dec 2012

KOCHI Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Indian information technology giant Infosys, stares out from a wall-to-wall poster in a modern office building near Kochi.

India sets up seaside "village" to nurture start-ups

04 Dec 2012

KOCHI, India Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Indian information technology giant Infosys , stares out from a wall-to-wall poster in a modern office building near Kochi.

India sets up seaside "village" to nurture software start-ups

04 Dec 2012

KOCHI, India Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Indian information technology giant Infosys, stares out from a wall-to-wall poster in a modern office building near Kochi, in the southern state of Kerala.

India sets up seaside "village" to nurture software start-ups

04 Dec 2012

KOCHI, India Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Indian information technology giant Infosys, stares out from a wall-to-wall poster in a modern office building near Kochi, in the southern state of Kerala.

FEATURE-India sets up seaside "village" to nurture software start-ups

04 Dec 2012

KOCHI, India, Dec 4 Kris Gopalakrishnan, co-founder of Indian information technology giant Infosys , stares out from a wall-to-wall poster in a modern office building near Kochi, in the southern state of Kerala.

Cram schools boom widens India's class divide

17 Sep 2012

KOTA, India With a sprawling five-acre campus, 10,000 students and state-of-the-art LCD projectors in its lecture rooms, Bansal Classes is bigger and slicker than most schools in India.

Cram schools boom widens India's class divide

17 Sep 2012

KOTA, India With a sprawling five-acre campus, 10,000 students and state-of-the-art LCD projectors in its lecture rooms, Bansal Classes is bigger and slicker than most schools in India.

Cram schools boom widens India's class divide

17 Sep 2012

KOTA, India With a sprawling five-acre campus, 10,000 students and state-of-the-art LCD projectors in its lecture rooms, Bansal Classes is bigger and slicker than most schools in India.

Cram schools boom widens India's class divide

16 Sep 2012

KOTA, India With a sprawling five-acre campus, 10,000 students and state-of-the-art LCD projectors in its lecture rooms, Bansal Classes is bigger and slicker than most schools in India.

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