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TCS’ boss to Indian IT companies: Don’t worry about H-1Bs
TCS' boss to Indian IT companies: Don't worry about H-1Bs
Tata Consultancy Services chief N Chandrasekaran today said concerns surrounding the H-1B visa are hyped and asked the $155-billion domestic IT industry not to get paranoid as these are exciting times with lots of opportunities.
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