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The ‘Rule’ Of Continental Food In India
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The ‘Rule’ Of Continental Food In India

  The British ruled India for over 200 years. So goes the story. Some do argue that they took a 100 years to conquer and ruled another 100 before they were sent back. But, that is a debate for another day. During this tenure they did influence many aspects in India. Education, medical services, fashion and food are probably some of the very obvious ones. Their influence on food is a definite yes as continental food is a huge contribution by the British to Indian culinary. Some stories do indicate that continental food was introduced to the then royal families of India by the British as a token of friendship. It is said that continental food percolated to the commoners through the kitchens of Indian royals. There is no way to ratify any such observations. The popularity and accep...
Cognizant Acquires Australian Firm Adaptra For ‘Undisclosed Sum’
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Cognizant Acquires Australian Firm Adaptra For ‘Undisclosed Sum’

Nasdaq-listed IT major Cognizant has entered into an agreement to acquire Australia-based consulting, business transformation and service provider Adaptra, for an "undisclosed sum". Generisches levitra online kaufen Sydney-headquartered Adaptra, established in 1998, works with five of the top 10 insurers in Australia and New Zealand. Adaptra specialises in consulting, programme management and implementation of core platforms such as Guidewire to enable insurance companies to drive improvements across areas like underwriting and policy administration. The acquisition would further strengthen Congnizant's insurance, business transformation and platform capabilities, a company statement said. "As part of the acquisition, approximately 100 professionals will join Cognizant. The terms of...
Alibaba Collaborate With Australian Govt To Exapnd Operation in Australian Market
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Alibaba Collaborate With Australian Govt To Exapnd Operation in Australian Market

Successful Aussie brands with a local following have the greatest potential on China's e-commerce platforms as businesses leverage the Asian consumer market, a business breakfast heard as the two countries further trade links. Australia on Tuesday signed a strategic collaboration agreement with e-commerce giant Alibaba to expand the variety of fresh products available for purchase while leveraging digital content to build "brand Australia." The partnership is designed to allow more small- and medium- sized businesses to leverage the convergence of e-commerce and social media that have so far enabled Chinese consumers to spend almost 500 billion Australian dollars (381.98 billion U.S. dollars) per annum through online shopping. "Australia is a key market for Alibaba Group and w...