The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
ITC bags Andhra stake in VST
ITC’s investment arm Russell Credit pipped three other bidders to bag the Andhra Pradesh (AP) government’s 4.69 per cent stake in VST Industries with a bid of Rs 215 per share. The acquisition of 7.23 lakh shares at this price will cost Rs 15.55 cro ...  | Read.. 
Rating recognition for recovery run in steel
Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) and Tata Steel today won a rating boost in a move seen as an official recognition of ...  | Read.. 
Ruia group gets hold of Jessop shares
The government today handed its 72 per cent stake in Jessop & Co to the Ruia group, which had paid Rs 18.18 crore for th ...  | Read.. 
Price holds key to IOB equity return
Indian Overseas Bank (IOB), whose public issue opens next week, says it could go back on its decision to return equity worth ...  | Read.. 
Drug firms differ on licensing policies
Pharmaceutical companies in India are divided on the issue of compulsory licensing — a concept under which intellectual prop ...  | Read.. 
ITC bags Andhra stake in VST
Raha runs into MRPL flare-up
There is more trouble brewing for ONGC chairman Subir Raha with the officers’ association of Mangal..  | Read.. 
Draft law sets SSI purchase quota for govt
The central government has circulated a draft law that will make it mandatory for the government se..  | Read.. 
NSE-IT logs into futures
The National Stock Exchange has launched futures and options trading in the IT index today...  | Read.. 
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