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Yahoo! India inks deal with to power Yahoo! India Careers

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Yahoo! India inks deal with to power Yahoo! India Careers

Yahoo! India, leading Internet communications and media major, and - one of the leading recruitment portals, have entered into a strategic alliance to re-launch Yahoo! India Careers, informed an official release.

The release quoted Neville Taraporewalla, Country Head, Yahoo! India, as saying: "The Indian community represent a large section on the Yahoo! Network. As part of our various alliances with No 1 verticals in the country it makes immense sense for to be our preferred partner to power our careers channel. Together with we believe that we can sweep the market and offer value to our customers in the career space."

Sanjeev Bikhchandani, CEO,, stated in the release: "Through this tie-up with Yahoo! India, we hope to reach out to over 30-million-plus Indian registered users of Yahoo! India and on the Yahoo! Network. In addition, while has the greatest reach in terms of visitors amongst all job sites in India put together, the tie-up should widen the gap within competitors and cement our position in the e-recruitment space."

Yahoo! India Careers has already received a record number of hits and high interest from Yahoo! Visitors, while CV registrations at have significantly increased, claimed the statement. The Careers channel has been designed with the objective of offering a superior user experience to visitors. It offers a wide choice of opportunities to working professionals to search or browse for relevant jobs and also avail host of value-added services offered by


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