Interrogation, handcuffs and a jail cell--all for a wrong visa
New Delhi: When Mr X was asked by his company Wipro Ltd, India’s third largest software services firm with annual revenue from information technology (IT) services of over $5 billion (Rs22,450 crore today) in FY11, to do some urgent on-site work for a client in the US, the last thing that he expected was to be handcuffed and locked up overnight in a small, unheated jail cell in the dead of winter.
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