The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pesticides stir storm in teacup
After Coke and Pepsi, trouble is brewing for Indian tea. Last year, the cola giants were embroiled in a huge controversy at home over pesticide residue levels in their beverages. Now, itís the turn of home-grown tea. ...  | Read.. 
Switchover to full float at a steady pace
The Reserve Bank governor has advised caution at every step while the country moves towards full capital account covertibili ...  | Read.. 
Exim Bank to up stake in GTF
Exim Bank of India will raise its stake in Global Trade Finance (GTF) from the present 35 per cent to 40 per cent. ...  | Read.. 
Pesticides stir storm in teacup
Sebi yet to finish crash probe
Securities and Exchange Board of India chairman G.N. Bajpai said here today that the investigat..  | Read.. 
Full on-line tea trading by December
Tea trading in the country will become fully electronic by December this year, according to R.S..  | Read.. 
Microsoft seeks suspension of EU order
Microsoft Corp asked a European court on Friday to suspend the European Commissionís decision that ..  | Read.. 
For new CSFB boss, client is god
Brady Dougan, who is replacing ousted John Mack as chief executive of investment bank Credit Suisse..  | Read.. 
MCI plans to cut more jobs
Long-distance telephone company MCI Inc. said on Friday it was cutting about 2,000 jobs, or roughly..  | Read.. 
Zenta to double headcount
MBT pact
KGL unit
Sony Ericsson
DSL tieup
ICICI Lombard
Forex reserves rise
Mcdowell net
Rourkela Steel
Tata contract