The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Iron WiLL to get link-up right
Limited mobility service providers are all geared up to seek legal action against cellular operators on the interconnectivity issue arguing that it is tantamount to a violation of fundamental rights and goes against the canons of competition. ...  | Read.. 
Cut in mobile radio fees
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) today recommended a reduction in licence fees, including spectrum charges, ...  | Read.. 
Grasim reaps rate gains in bond flotation
Riding piggy-back on the interest rate tumble, Grasim Industries is raising Rs 100 crore through seven-year bonds that will ...  | Read.. 
Ficci moots IPO route for selloff
The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci) today suggested that the government should refrain from p ...  | Read.. 
Parekh bail extended, reprieve for Goud
Ketan Parekh — the protagonist of the multi-crore securities scam — obtained a day’s extension of his bail. As things stand ...  | Read.. 
show some spirit
Britain trains gun on EU farm subsidies
While the European Union spends $ 2 a day on every dairy cow, a billion adults and children in deve..  | Read.. 
Scotch makers lobby for duty-cut kick
Scotch whisky makers in the UK are lobbying the Indian government hard for a sharp reduction in imp..  | Read.. 
Triple hurdle to infotech growth in Bengal
Labour unrest, lack of infrastructure and lack of a high degree of applied computer literacy are so..  | Read.. 
Konica set to snap up Minolta
Konica Corp plans to buy Minolta Co for about 195 billion yen ($ 1.6 billion). ..  | Read.. 
Satyam, Baan in alliance
Dabur pact
Sahara foray
Oil prices
ICAI chief