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rahul Rating: said this on 03 Oct 2007 11:51:42 AM IST I think, its wrong to say that India is behind

the China in the race of software development. Indians have much more ability to make the softwares. In the countries like America, the number of Indian software engineers are more than any other countries. (Reply to this comment)

rain Rating: said this on 02 Nov 2007 4:24:33 PM IST china is the neighbor of india and the two countries have relation from very long.as far as china being ahead of india, i think india is better than china in software feild. indian software professionals are in demand in the whole world.companies like infosys, tcs and others have made a strong hold in software industry.the software professional are available at low cost compared to china.so india is definitely better than china. (Reply to this comment)

archana Rating: said this on 03 Dec 2007 3:26:50 AM IST india is better in software area ,more skilled people are avliable in india,but our indias not patriod. they sell there knoweldge to other countrys to have luxries life. when the professional stop moving other countries will help our india to sustain and have more growth than now.compartitvely india have more software graduates.more over our young graduate sfit from one company to another company very fast rate so that they wont have more idea about there field, some of the software sift there company every 6months.when they stop doing these india can compete all countries not only china. future generation must think over that and make our india has developed countrie. (Reply to this comment)

lokesh Rating:

said this on 09 Feb 2008 9:59:27 AM IST ya ithink india is better than china because india is india yaar and u also know about india india is a fatherof china? so whois the big india or china? (Reply to this comment)

munny Rating: said this on 08 Sep 2009 9:49:31 AM IST These answers are not good (Reply to this comment)

shub Rating: said this on 19 Sep 2009 2:08:26 AM IST Although software industry in China is still at the primitive stage, with ITS huge personnel resource, the demands from its fast growing economy, and governments promotional policies, China will inevitably become the main provider of software outsourcing services as well as the main software consuming market in the world. The four issues regarding Chinas software industry development need to be considered First, reviewing Chinas software industry development process in the past 10 years second, analyzing the software industry structure in China from three aspects: the market structure, the product structure, and the distribution of units according to their size; third, discussing the potential of Chinas domestic software market and software outsourcing services; fourth, proposing the strategies for Chinas software industry development. (Reply to this comment)

aman shakya Rating: said this on 21 Sep 2009 4:45:38 PM IST yes china is better than india in software field becoz of the high skilled IT emplyees.they have gud outsourcing structure....and very important thing that india is outsourcing from china in IT sectors.. becoz of the new tecnology they generate at regular intervals.... the main factor which makes the china more affective is manufacturing the products at low prices

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kamlesh Rating: said this on 13 Apr 2011 10:30:00 AM IST my point of view is that india is a more powerful software country....than china......i obey that indian product cost is very high than china......why.....because indian ha s a quqlity product......some way u seen that china made has no warrenty.....because china software quality has low dencity.....there fore they have low cost. (Reply to this comment)

divya bharathi Rating: said this on 18 May 2011 6:39:40 PM IST In my view China a better deal than India for modern retailers (Reuters) Multinational retailers, still largely barred from India's fast-growing but chaotic industry, are pinning their hopes for now on China, where the investment climate is ripe for growth. Both countries offer enormous promise to the world's biggest retailers, but the likes of Wal-Mart Stores (WMT.N), Metro (MEOG.DE) and Carrefour (CARR.PA) reckon China will deliver the goods in the short term as they wait for India to open up its retail industry and embrace the western way of shopping. Global leader Wal-Mart has opened 80 stores in China to grab a slice of the $892 billion retail market there. But in India, where modern retail, with its hypermarkets and one-stop shopping, has only a small share of a splintered $350 billion industry, U.S.-based Wal-Mart has sparked political concerns and protests by traders and shopkeepers even before opening its first cash-and-carry store. In the biggest demonstration yet against modern retail, more than 20,000 farmers and shopkeepers gathered in Mumbai earlier this month, chanting "It's now or never, Wal-Mart quit India". "The $10 you put in China is going to give you a better return in the short term than the $10 you put in India," said Wai-Chan Chan, leader of consultancy McKinsey's Greater China Consumer Practice. "Whatever happens in India, there are significant barriers to expansion. Mom-and-pop stores and people complaining about large retailers is one of them," he said. Nonetheless, India's promise is tantalizing. Its retail industry is forecast to nearly double by 2015, and it already tops AT Kearney's Global Retail Development Index as the most attractive market to be in. But while China opened the door to foreign investment in retail 15 years ago, protectionist India has dithered, and still limits foreign multiple-brand retailers such as Wal-Mart to wholesale or license and franchise operations. "Something can look very attractive and still be very...

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Ramakrishna Rating: said this on 15 Jul 2011 3:31:00 PM IST ya i agree with all the above friends here India is better than china in software because of India have the opportunity to investment from public sector and private sector units (Reply to this comment)

mansingh Rating: said this on 26 Dec 2009 9:42:53 AM IST yes china is better than india in making software , we can easily see the latest technology being developed by china & with low cost . The most common example of it is the "chinese mobile" which has sales unexpectedly in indian market neglecting its worst quality . There are other software too which has good sale value & with low cost . So effectively chinese market are better than us in making software . (Reply to this comment)

khadeer Rating: said this on 08 Nov 2010 11:59:24 AM IST yes mansingh is right. chinese mobiles have sales in INDIA. but they dont have any value when compare to the indian made mobiles (Reply to this comment)

Shubham Rating: said this on 14 Jan 2011 12:28:21 AM IST

Idiot, the topic is about software and you are talking about mobiles i.e. a hardware.Although it does contain operating software, but it is not an application software, which gives the most of the revenue to india through foriegn countries like america. (Reply to this comment)

saravanan Rating: said this on 28 Jun 2011 11:33:03 AM IST yes sir .but chines mobile are sold in india without any paper and imi number so it not pay the tax .so only he sold in low cost k.but indian product are costly and quality (Reply to this comment)

jai Rating: said this on 20 Jan 2010 9:25:09 PM IST Not worth rating at all.. china sucks.. (Reply to this comment)

jerome Rating: said this on 23 Jan 2010 11:07:39 AM IST the fact about this is he is quiet right .I appreciate that but in india we are strong in software too. Because we have the strongest programmers for missile chips and not to mention in bank softwares .. India is doing excellent in bank softwares. so its not the right ime to conclude that india is not better ok.. (Reply to this comment)

jagadeeswar Rating: said this on 10 Feb 2010 5:27:46 PM IST I agree with the mr Jerome contradiction, yes Indian people make strong software than china's. But its not enough to us, they will make opertunities to better than us.

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nitesh Rating: said this on 09 Feb 2010 12:56:32 PM IST yeah i appreciate the point that jerome discussed. but in india economy i s not as agood as china that why many of programmers in our country shifts to other countries like usa..etc although we also have developement techniques and variuos programers here yet we cannt fully utilise them but in china they are utilising it effectively.china is now a days strong in weapons,submariens that he prepares behind doorsalso china aids pakistan in technology why so because china have technogy to give to pakistan.but in india due to poor economy(now growing) we have to sit or wait till we got enough money to develope softwares. (Reply to this comment)

chowdary Rating: said this on 17 Feb 2010 10:38:15 AM IST yes i also agree with ur point. in my view china is better than india in softwares & electonics products development (Reply to this comment)

manoj pal said this on 31 Jul 2010 11:21:06 PM IST hi..dear chowdary may u willl be right in ur way but u can't say india is not better than the china in the software field because in india there are many companies which are developed the latest and better software by the indian employes ...if the foreigns companies opening their branch in india so how can u say that the india is not better in that field (Reply to this comment)

Balamurugan Rating: said this on 12 Jul 2011 5:56:09 PM IST

yes, absolutely correct. but china softwares are not a quality one. because cost is low quality of products are very poor(ex:china mobiles). so it my point of you india is better than in softwares...... (Reply to this comment)

Hoffman Rating: said this on 23 Feb 2010 1:21:09 PM IST Although we had got good programmers, we cannot be able to market our products at the price china is giving, and their government is very focused about development, while in India it is all about vote bank politics and no time to think about people. (Reply to this comment)

shilpa Rating: said this on 04 Jun 2010 4:27:57 PM IST i agree with you completely especially in the regard what our govt is focussed on no matter whichever party is in power no one is interested in development of county or its citizens rather are very focussed on their own development and vote politics. (Reply to this comment)

dhanash Rating: said this on 24 Jan 2011 8:11:39 PM IST ya.....i accept your point.....only one sol is we have to choose good gov.... (Reply to this comment)

shabnam Rating: said this on 01 Jul 2010 12:23:15 PM IST yes completely true india has many good technologies n softwares but india is using its old marketing policies and satisfied with it.. if india wants to be better, it has to change or use new marketing policies and new ways to make it popular rather that

just focussing on politics or other things...it has to be balanced to make our country developed and compititive (Reply to this comment)

Mehek Rating: said this on 01 Aug 2010 10:40:33 PM IST hey i m open......wanna fuck me??????? (Reply to this comment)

Rohit Rating: said this on 06 Aug 2010 1:08:46 AM IST Hey mehek..........don't be vulgar...........just put your opinion here......... (Reply to this comment)

bhupesh Rating: said this on 04 Oct 2010 12:46:11 PM IST u r already fucked u shameless duck.....!! (Reply to this comment)

well-wisher Rating: said this on 12 Sep 2010 8:34:56 PM IST As India and china both are developing countries foreign companies prefer to open up a branch in either of these. coming to India, has more population ,more technical minds ,more opportunities more companies generally foreigners prefer India as people work better for a less wage. on contrary china has a very good edge over the above mentioned factors and they are also have proved software engineers.an example is china goods (mobile) less cost .of course its durability is not that as original. in other countries also they prefer china goods to Indian ones. (Reply to this comment)

Omkar Rating: said this on 21 Dec 2010 1:57:50 PM IST As Well-wisher said India has more population, China has even more population. China is better than India in low cost software, But thanks that China is behind than India in English That's India is enjoying better position then China. But China is working on it. I will say if India will improve only one thing ie. Politics Then India will be N. one on all these things. (Reply to this comment)

chuchi raj Rating: said this on 27 Nov 2010 9:47:02 PM IST china ki maa ka bhosda.......................... (Reply to this comment)

jss noida Rating: said this on 27 Nov 2010 10:35:49 PM IST madher chod tumahari chuchi daba denge ..............kaha k ho? (Reply to this comment)

lundraaj Rating: said this on 21 Dec 2010 7:51:48 PM IST bahut sahi launde (Reply to this comment)

neeha Rating: said this on 15 Jun 2011 9:46:04 PM IST simply nice

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sanjay Rating: said this on 12 Jul 2011 4:13:57 PM IST to sum it up, i will say that , at present india is better than china in software. Because of our knowledge in english, and our communication., which has a slight edge over a china. but folks don't forget china is only a few steps behind us , they can cross over us in software in nearly two years. so it is in out hands to uplift india in not only in software but also in all the fields (Reply to this comment)

balu Rating: said this on 15 Jul 2011 4:04:40 PM IST ya Mr: mansingh i agree with you There are many reason for china soft ware developing , but we have man power than china , once we know the techniques of china successfully we over take the china . (Reply to this comment)

Astha Gupta Rating: said this on 20 Jul 2011 10:30:51 PM IST no i dnt agree with the statement that china is better than india in software.....To create a successfull software everything has to be seen ie. quality,quantity,durability,maintenance etc...China has a technique but they dont use it in efficient manner.the chinese produts only give 6 months warranty but the indian products give more tha that...Chinese products cost low but they dnt give the quality..india have their own standard and hence indians cant b compared with chinese. (Reply to this comment)