The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Plan for wider subsidy weed-out
The government plans to cut down the burgeoning subsidy bill by rationalising the assistance given not only to food grains but also to fertilisers and the doles it hands out to the industry. ...  | Read.. 
One-rupee battle goes to landline
Reliance Infocomm is poised to offer one-rupee STD calls to its fixed-line users, who have so far been deprived of the b ...  | Read.. 
Mallya grounds Sahara buyout
Vijay Mallya today said he was not interested in buying Air Sahara any more as his own venture, Kingfisher Airline, has been ...  | Read.. 
Anchor for new Bengal port
The shipping ministry has cleared a proposal for a feasibility study to set up a deep-water port at a suitable site on t ...  | Read.. 
Andhra Bank scrip beats offer drag
The announcement of a fresh issue of shares is normally the signal for a stock to start falling, as worries about earnings di ...  | Read.. 
Growth blueprint: Time has come to engage the scientific community of Indians living abroad in the development of the country, industrialist S.P. Hinduja (left) said at the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas 2006 in Hyderabad on Sunday. “For India to succeed in the coming decades, it needs to transform itself from being merely the ‘shop floor’ of the world to an owner of intellectual property and technology,” he said. Union ministers P. Chidambaram and Oscar Fernandes (centre) were also present. (PTI)
Textile firms weave high-growth hopes
Export of textiles and apparels to developed countries is poised to grow this year...  | Read.. 
Commodity tsar times it right
Larry Williams, the poster boy of commodities trading, is betting big on the India story and wi..  | Read.. 
Tata Metaliks in update drill
Tata Metaliks Ltd plans to diversify into auto casting and ductile iron pipe making after havin..  | Read.. 
Feeble flow in FDI pipeline
The actual inflow of foreign direct investment in India between 1991 and September 2005 stood ..  | Read.. 
Mixed bag in farm credit
Agricultural borrowers in Bengal, on an average, owe the co-operative credit system Rs 48,778, ..  | Read.. 
Vanaspati firms feel free trade heat
In what could be one of the first adverse fall-outs of free-trade agreements, domestic vanaspat..  | Read.. 
Syndicate growth plan
ING Vysya
Micro pact
Fidelity fund
NHPC rating
Fagioli move
Snuffing out the Ulip craze
Loose Change
Q & A: Rent rules
Dabhol ropes in Petronet
Tata venture
A-I contract
Pak foray
Penny stocks