The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
War shield for dollar spinners
The government has been holding a series of meetings to rethink strategies ahead of the export import (Exim) policy as India’s traditional exports — gems and jewellery, textiles and farm products — are being hit by the ongoing Gulf War. ...  | Read.. 
Nigeria sparks crude concerns
The disruption in Nigerian crude oil production spells trouble for India as the African nation has emerged as the single lar ...  | Read.. 
Accounting norms for value-added tax soon
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) will come out with a detailed guidance note on value-added tax (VAT) ...  | Read.. 
Insurers play the blame game
The war of words between the private and state-owned insurers has ratcheted up a little with the publication of Lal Baha ...  | Read.. 
Mobile minnows take aim at top guns
The Davids of the cellular industry have joined forces to take on the Goliaths. BPL Mobile, Escotel, RPG Cellular and Spice ...  | Read.. 
War shield for dollar spinners
Welcom Heritage in Mussoorie
The ITC Welcom Heritage Group today signed up Kasmanda Palace in Mussoorie, the ‘queen of hill stat..  | Read.. 
Medicinal plants add new flavour to Tata Tea
Tata Tea has decided to diversify into the business of growing medicinal plants in a bid to shore u..  | Read.. 
End telecom tussle: Shourie
Communications minister Arun Shourie today asked private telecom companies to settle their differe..  | Read.. 
Infotech logs 9% growth
The Indian information technology sector has bucked the trend of slow growth in various other secto..  | Read.. 
Samsung arms set to merge
The Delhi High Court today paved the way for the merger of Samsung’s two Indian arms without a meet..  | Read.. 
Rupee at 18-month high
FDI clearance
BSE fee hike
Sharekhan plan
HCL selloff