The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Reliance sets sights on BP arm
Reliance Industries Ltd, the largest private sector company in India, is looking to acquire global oil firm BPs olefin and derivatives business for which it may have to stump up anywhere between Rs 25,000 crore and Rs 30,000 crore. ...  | Read.. 
Banks hunt for more capital avenues
Public sector banks are looking at preference shares to meet their capital requirements. ...  | Read.. 
Coal India to regulate supply to power units
The Union power ministry has asked Coal India Ltd to regulate supplies to the state electricity boards that are not clea ...  | Read.. 
Kotak to map Gesco business revamp
Kotak Securities Ltd will advise the Sheths on the proposed realignment of Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd (GE Shipping). A bo ...  | Read.. 
Ore policy rejig to buoy steel firms
Domestic steel firms may soon have something to cheer about. ...  | Read.. 
Two's company: A model poses next to DaimlerChrysler's new sports-utility truck, Dodge Dakota, which was launched in Seoul on Sunday. DaimlerChrysler ...  | Read
Indians reveal appetite for labels in food picks
Indians are among the world's more conscious food shoppers, revealed an online survey conducted..  | Read.. 
Hotels doll up for guest appearance
Hotels are sprucing up and expanding facilities in anticipation of a demand surge in the hospit..  | Read.. 
Paper museum on the cards
The paper industry associations of the country are keen on setting up a National Paper Museum i..  | Read.. 
Small is big for BPOs
The state government plans to create an interactive platform to facilitate exchange of ideas among..  | Read.. 
Virinchi bids for US firm
Sterling Tools
MOIL move
Hind Organic
Phoenix pact
Use plastic to pay bills, but...
Loose change
Q & A: Half ticket
Tata Tele tariff
FII purchases
PSU control
ONGC rebid
Metro Tyres