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Bangalored

In business, describing a position that was eliminated (resulting in the firing of the employee who filled it) because it was outsourced to India or elsewhere in South Asia. For example, many positions in American call centers were bangalored during the early 2000s.
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A massive crowd had gathered ON July 19 outside a police station in Bangalore, as the entire city demanded justice for the six-year-old who was allegedly raped inside her school.
Bangalore Fashion Week is a global event with other editions held in Dubai and London as well.
The case was transferred to us and we arrested Prince John," Bangalore rural SP D.
Bangalore will look to Chris Gayle to lead their batting attack but while he has the firepower to win games singlehandedly, he is not the most consistent and the 4-6 looks too short.
The six are located in Ahmadabad, Bangalore (two properties), Chennai (two properties) and Hyderabad.
On the day of announcement of the Bangalore workshop, Monica, Director at InnovationM School of Android says, “Bangalore is every technology company's destination including companies who are into mobile application development space.
Etihad will begin daily flights to Bangalore at the commencement of the summer scheduling season effective March 27, 2011.
Rick Young of Glendale, above, learned the difficulties faced by police in India during a 1998 Rotary-sponsored trip to Bangalore, right.
Bangalore, once a quiet summer retreat for British officers and their families in the South Indian state of Karnataka, has become the technology capital of India.
Less than a handful have yet to achieve a level-five rating, but one that did was Motorola's software team in Bangalore.
BANGALORE, India -- Sabre Airline Solutions has opened a new, full-service customer care center in Bangalore, expanding its current customer support operations and providing enhanced expertise to Sabre's global airline customers.
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