The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Flight to Cancun under shadow of Singapore
The government seems to have hammered together “plan B” for Cancun in case the advanced countries succeed in melting the resistance of the vast chunk of developing countries on the controversial Singapore issues. ...  | Read.. 
Tatas test waters for new Haldia venture
A coke oven battery plant that feeds steel units could be the only Tata venture in Haldia if their plan to leave the pet ...  | Read.. 
SAIL hungry for more iron ore
Steel Authority of India (SAIL) has decided to shovel more money into machines that will extract an additional two million t ...  | Read.. 
Cell firms defend call blocking
Justifying their action of blocking WiLL calls in January this year, cellular operators have asked telecom regulator Trai to ...  | Read.. 
The Tatas are testing the waters for a coke battery oven plant in Haldia even as they plan to leave Haldia Petrochemicals Limited. A Telegraph picture
Sensex switches to free float mode from today
The 30-share Bombay Stock Exchange sensex will shift to free float methodology from Monday against ..  | Read.. 
Used Maruti cars abroad
Maruti Udyog Ltd, the country’s largest car maker, plans to set up its business of retailing refurb..  | Read.. 
Learn now, pay later
Vineet Gupta has secured admission to post-graduate courses in a number of US universities. His qualifying score in the GRE exam wasn’t...  | Read.. 
Bailing your kid out of trouble
When you send your 20-year-old son to grab the cachet of an Ivy League institution in the US that will set him on the high road to a glittering....  | Read.. 
Debt funds are not dead
People say that after having been a good investment option for the past three years, debt mutual funds are not lucrative anymore....  | Read.. 
Inflation slides to 3.71%
Balmer Lawrie
Polaris stake
Govt loans