The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Life easier for exporters
Commerce minister Kamal Nath today announced fresh incentives for exporters and simplified procedures to reduce the paperwork related to exports. ...  | Read.. 
Govt buys time on oil
The government seems to be buying time on the controversial issue of raising petrol and diesel prices in the wake of skyroc ...  | Read.. 
Trade policy uncorks sops for hotels
The heat is off ' and hoteliers can breathe easy. ...  | Read.. 
Export cess on tea off
The foreign trade policy announced today has removed the export cess on tea. ...  | Read.. 
Noose tightens on errant brokers
Union finance minister P. Chidambaram today asked the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) and stock exchanges ...  | Read.. 
Life easier for exporters
Centre offers surety for Dabhol revival
The government has offered financial institutions (FIs) a guarantee in the settlement of foreign lo..  | Read.. 
FM hits bank-revamp note
The Centre is willing to give banks more autonomy and will not stall the process of their consolida..  | Read.. 
Telecom thrives on cut-throat rivalry
Telecom subscribers in the country will cross the 100-million mark by the month-end...  | Read.. 
Bokaro Steel sharpens edge
Bokaro Steel Plant has chalked out an investment of Rs 10,000 crore to expand its capacity, imp..  | Read.. 
NTPC bid to become self-sufficient in gas
National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) will foray into regassification to become self-suffic..  | Read.. 
Hind Lever hives off plantation business
Fast moving consumer goods major Hindustan Lever Ltd (HLL) today announced plans to hive off it..  | Read.. 
Kalam blueprint to promote tourism
President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam today asked the government to devise measures to raise tourist a..  | Read.. 
End of the road for MG Rover
MG Rover, the last major British-owned carmaker, collapsed on Friday in a blow to Prime Minister To..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
Inflation dips to 5.05%
Nagpur airport
HM price
PFC issue