The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
NRE rate cap to halt rupee rise
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today set a cap on the interest rate that banks can offer on non-resident (external) rupee or NRE deposit, a measure that could staunch the torrent of dollars pouring into the country and rein in the runaway rupee. ...  | Read.. 
Handset handcuffs off limited mobile phone subscribers
The handset handcuffs are off. ...  | Read.. 
SBI counts on bond spill-over
State Bank of India (SBI) believes 30-35 per cent of the redemptions in Resurgent India Bonds (RIB) will flow into a new sch ...  | Read.. 
Offshore unit gets going
State Bank of Indiaís (SBI) offshore banking unit (OBU) opened to a rousing start with the bank lending around $ 8 million o ...  | Read.. 
NIIT Q3 net at Rs 3.4 crore
NIIT has registered a net profit of Rs 3.4 crore during the third quarter of the financial year ending September 2003 an ...  | Read.. 
Purwar: A new money-spinner
Shalimar Paints keen on J& sans its debt
Shalimar Paints may consider buying out Jenson & Nicholson if the latter could rid itself of it..  | Read.. 
HPL banks on Infy mentorís wisdom
. R. Narayana Murthy, chairman and chief mentor of Infosys, may join the Haldia Petrochemicals ..  | Read.. 
Deep divide on governance code
Are we going overboard on corporate governance'..  | Read.. 
Minimum discount of 7.5% in gilts swap
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today said a minimum discount of 7.5 per cent to the market pr..  | Read.. 
Tata Steel to expand capacity
Tata Steel has decided to expand capacity by one million tonnes in order to meet the rising demand ..  | Read.. 
TCS steals the show
Tata Consultancy Services has emerged as the front-runner clocking revenues of Rs 4,545 crore follo..  | Read.. 
Checks on bidding by FIs
DCA proposal
Idea offer
Marico net up
Sonata net dips