Jio subscribers with Vivo smartphones can participate in the Vivo-Jio Cricket Mania scheme "only once".
US Chamber of Commerce senior vice president and chief policy officer Neil Bradley said economic growth requires a skilled workforce, so it should be a priority to make sure American workers have the skills required to fill open jobs with American companies.
Any change in visa norms can affect the movement of labour as well as spike operational costs for IT players.
Responding to questions on a H-1B restrictions, Mr Gopinathan asserted that there is no law currently in the US that is discriminatory.
In the coming days, call dropping is expected to reduce as there is no such scarcity of spectrum availability, Communications Minister, Manoj Sinha said.
India leads the Asia-Pacific region, with 72.1 per centsurveyed feeling secure about shopping online.
Gopinathan favoured a policy of engagement with various stake holders on the issue of H-1B visas in the US. He noted that the discourse is currently driven by emotions rather than economy.
Russian officials and Google havereached an agreement to settle a two-year-old case over pre-installed apps on the Android operating system.
The tightening of the H-1B regime has grabbed a lot of spotlight but the visa issue should not be looked at as 'be all and end all' of the entire IT industry's growth, Nasscom President, R Chandrashekhar said.
The Holiday Surprises offer is similar to the Airtel's discounted Holi plans earlier this year
Infosys has been in favour of a healthy mix of local and global personnel even though hiring locals in overseas markets often pushes up operational costs for IT outsourcing companies.
Amazon is betting big on India, but homegrown rival Flipkart refuses to lag behind in the battle to dominate India's e-commerce market.
Recent reports also suggest that Airtel and Vodafone have done away with roaming charges to counter Jio's free domestic roaming policy.
In the previous financial year Sikka drew Rs 48.73 crore as the CEO.
The Airtel Rs 244 offer competes with Jio's Rs 309 plan that offers 1GB data per day for 84 days.
According to the employee metrics disclosed by Infosys, 37,915 left the company and its subsidiaries worldwide during the fiscal year under review as against 34,688 in the previous fiscal year.
Telecom regulator TRAI had on April 6 asked Jio to withdraw its contentious three-month "complimentary" offer of unlimited data usage and free calls on payment of a minimum Rs 303, saying it was not in accordance with the regulatory framework.