The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Salary hike boom for back-room boys
It pays to be a back-office guy in India. ...  | Read.. 
SBI offers cheap loans to small units, farmers
State Bank of India (SBI) today slashed interest rates on loans to small-scale industries and farmers by 0.25 per cent to on ...  | Read.. 
Fee-cut prop for BSE derivatives
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) has cut membership fee for its derivatives segment by Rs 2 lakh. Membership of the exchange’ ...  | Read.. 
Sensex above 5000
A sharp rally in cement and select PSU shares heaved the sensex over the 5000-mark to close at 5030.65 points, a rise of 32. ...  | Read.. 
Crisil sees year-end slide in stock rally
Rating agency Crisil sees the current stock market rally slackening in the second half of this fiscal, particularly in D ...  | Read.. 
Salary hike boom for back-room boys
Single phone licence norms in place
The government today issued guidelines for a unified access service licence (UASL) which will allo..  | Read.. 
LNG sops in the pipeline
Petroleum minister Ram Naik will be meeting finance minister Jaswant Singh soon to work out tax con..  | Read.. 
Good response to CESC exit scheme
CESC has received a good response to its voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) launched on November..  | Read.. 
Industry to grow at a faster pace
India Inc expects the nation’s industrial growth rate to pick up at a faster pace in the second..  | Read.. 
Marginal rise in Hyundai net profit
Hyundai Motor Co, South Korea’s top auto maker, reported a surprise 1.7 per cent rise in quarterly ..  | Read.. 
Ford loses out to Toyota in sales
For the first time, Toyota Motor Corp gained the title of world’s second-largest auto maker in the ..  | Read.. 
Baan India to hire 150 more
Muscat group
Lord Krishna
GNFC units
IBM move
FIPB clears IGL flotation
IndoNext plan
Andrew Yule
Wipro pact
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