The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Lever net dips, stock bubbles
Hindustan Lever Limited (HLL), the country’s largest consumer goods company, has suffered a 10 per cent drop in first-quarter net profit at Rs 382.92 crore against Rs 428.54 crore in the corresponding previous period. ...  | Read.. 
Guessing game on infotech turn-off
As the technology charm wears off, the market is checking if investors are ditching infotech queens to court trusted maidens ...  | Read.. 
Dark clouds gather over growth forecast
The bleak monsoon forecast for the year ahead is the latest downbeat for the sputtering Indian economy that is projected ...  | Read.. 
AirTel pampers its STD callers
In a bid to attract the customers to make more STD and ISD calls from mobile to mobile, Bharti group’s cellular brand AirTel ...  | Read.. 
Discounts, price cuts fuel car sales
Domestic sales of cars and utility vehicles rose 4.8 per cent to 7,08,078 units in the financial year ended March 2003 after ...  | Read.. 
Lever net dips, stock bubbles
Truck tiff puts Maruti off-key
Maruti Udyog (MUL), a unit of Japan’s Suzuki Motor Corp, said today the firm may have to tempor..  | Read.. 
Cobra comes back for a kill
Karan Bilimoria of the Cobra ‘curry’ Beer fame is gearing up to take on the Mallyas and Chhabrias o..  | Read.. 
Gail, HPL in product swap deal
Gail (India) Ltd and Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd (HPL) today formally signed a marketing pact that wi..  | Read.. 
VAT panel to meet on April 23
Services sector
PowerGrid woe
Gestetner arm
Bangur bail
VSP chief