The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Vajpayee harps on 8% growth
Prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee today said the economy should be able to achieve the higher growth rate pegged at 8 per cent and thus put a stop to the widening fiscal gap as well as create jobs for the rising ‘labour-force’. ...  | Read.. 
Forex norms relaxed further
Backed by strong inflows and foreign exchange reserves, the Reserve Bank today further liberalised exchange control regu ...  | Read.. 
Sebi vetting Grasim plea on L&T
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) is examining a plea by Grasim Industries to ask Larsen & Toubro (L&am ...  | Read.. 
Bitter pill awaits drug makers
The Indian Drug Manufacturers’ Association (Idma) president, N.H. Irani today warned pharma industry of tough days ahead wit ...  | Read.. 
Titan to diversify into leather, sunglasses
Titan Industries Ltd said its jewellery business has been buoyant and it now plans to enter leather accessories and sung ...  | Read.. 
exploring new horizons: Bhaskar Bhat, managing director of Titan Industries, in Calcutta on Saturday. Picture by Kishor Roy Chowdhury
RBI stricture on FI loans
In a move to obviate the conflict of interest in lending operations of financial institutions (FI),..  | Read.. 
Japan wants Bengal to act fast
Deliver first, request later — that was the clear message to the Bengal government from Japanese in..  | Read.. 
US Air strikes wage deal with unions
US Airways reached tentative agreements on concessions Friday night with unions representing it..  | Read.. 
Fiat offloads GM stake to cut debt
Fiat said on Friday it had sold its almost 6 per cent stake in partner General Motors Corp for abou..  | Read.. 
Opec may open tap to tame price rally
The world’s top oil exporter Saudi Arabia said on Saturday that the Organisation of the Petroleum E..  | Read.. 
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Polaris crisis
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