The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sebi flip-flop in Herbertsons case
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) had made up its mind on asking only Kishore Chhabria to make an open offer for Herbertsons, but changed course abruptly towards a ruling that required him and Vijay Mallya to sell their stakes. T ...  | Read.. 
Mallya meets Kishore
Chastened by the SAT order, the two warring liquor barons have returned to the negotiating table. ...  | Read.. 
ONGC eyes HPCL pie in Mangalore Refineries
The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has informed the petroleum ministry that it wants to pick up the entire 17 per ce ...  | Read.. 
Samir Arora joins Rana Talwar
Samir Arora, star fund manager and the face of Alliance Capital — a leading foreign asset management firm with significant e ...  | Read.. 
Moser Baer writhes in audit pangs
Shares of Moser Baer India went into a tailspin today after rumours swirled that its auditor S. R. Batliboi had apparently b ...  | Read.. 
Hot Wheels: Ford India management staff at the launch of the Ikon Flair in Bangalore on Tuesday. (PTI)
All that glitters may be tradeable paper and not really gold
Gold has always mesmerised men. And women. Now, there’s a move to turn the yellow metal into paper ..  | Read.. 
Cellular baits for post-paid switchover
Cellular operators have cobbled a slew of crossover plans to persuade pre-paid subscribers to cross..  | Read.. 
JK Ind to sell drug arm to Teva
JK Industries Ltd, the flagship company of the H. S. Singhania group, today announced the sale ..  | Read.. 
Panel for 49% selloff in PFC
The Disinvestment Commission today recommended sale of a 49 per cent stake in the state-owned P..  | Read.. 
Retail loans to grow
Households in India can sustain a 40 per cent growth in retail loan portfolio till 2008 without har..  | Read.. 
Stocks gyrate on FI selloff
Century plans
Farm tariff row
Ford launch
MS Accelerator