The Telegraph
 
 
ARCHIVES
Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
Food & gas doles on cutting edge
The government will try to cut down its burgeoning subsidy bill by rationalising subsidies on food and cooking gas even as it phases out many of the industrial doles falling foul of WTO norms. ...  | Read.. 
 
ONGC $4 bn away from Yukos asset
The Russians expect at least $6 billion for a 15 per cent stake in the Yugansk oilfield of Yukos, which leaves ONGC-Vide ...  | Read.. 
 
UTI to merge similar plans
UTI Mutual Fund is considering a merger of some schemes with common investment objectives, especially those that park th ...  | Read.. 
 
Cement firms on fast track
Markets are taking a fresh look at cement companies, which are poised for robust growth on the back of optimum capacity ...  | Read.. 
 
Payoff slur sticks to Xerox Modicorp
A high-level government probe has found Xerox Modicorp guilty of making 'improper payments' to procure orders from the gover ...  | Read.. 
 
The government will try to cut down its burgeoning subsidy bill by rationalising subsidies on food and cooking gas even as it phases out many of the industrial doles falling foul of WTO norms
Food & gas doles on cutting edge
 
 
Move to boost telecom gear makers
The Telecom Equipment Manufacturers' Association (Tema) has requested the government to make it man..  | Read.. 
Cotton textile exporters cry foul over duty blow
The cotton textile export industry is feeling the heat again. The government has brought down drawb..  | Read.. 
 
Kamal Nath leads Davos delegation
Union commerce and industry minister Kamal Nath will lead a high-powered delegation to the Davos Wo..  | Read.. 
 
Manufacturing sector in fine fettle: Ascon survey
The domestic manufacturing industry has put up a better performance in the April to December period..  | Read.. 
 
IT firms emerge leading job providers
The information technology (IT) and IT-enabled industry has emerged as the leading employment provi..  | Read.. 
 
Theme parks to have a field day
The amusement parks industry is likely to grow by 48 per cent to touch Rs 3,000 crore by 2006, acco..  | Read.. 
 
High goals in foreign trade
The new foreign trade policy in March will unveil a strategy to achieve quantum jump in sectors wit..  | Read.. 
 
PERSONAL FINANCE
The purse of long life
Repay more as you grow old
Loose Change
Q & A:
 
Auto exports gallop
Gail plea
SEZ panel
Fiat move