“The case has been registered against Wipro for violating the Contract Labour (Regulation and Abolition) Act of 1970 because they had not obtained the required license,” said Labour Commissioner Narayan Konwar.
The company’s flagship IT services revenues grew 2 per cent to Rs 14,665 crore. In US dollar terms, the IT services revenues stood at $2,046.5 million, which was at the middle of the guidance on actual currency basis.
Wipro distributed these books in Nashville, Dallas and Tampa in collaboration with First Book, a non-profit social enterprise that provides new books, learning material, and other essentials to deprived children.
Sebi plans to introduce measures to address the issue of major announcements by listed companies so as to reduce the element of uncertainty in the market and to dis-incentivise misuse of unpublished price sensitive information by insiders.