The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Japan weighs $2bn rail loan
Japan may offer a yen loan of about $2 billion for the Delhi-Calcutta and Delhi-Mumbai phases of the railway freight corridor project, according to senior officials of the Railways. The Japanese team has submitted an interim report on the project th ...  | Read.. 
All eyes on RBI price plan
Will Reserve Bank of India (RBI) governor Y.V. Reddy go the whole hog against inflation' Thatís the question doing the ...  | Read.. 
JSW Steel sniffs foreign acquisitions
The Tatasí bid for Corus has encouraged other domestic steel companies to explore acquisition opportunities abroad. ...  | Read.. 
Low Ravva output to hit BRPL
The declining output of the Ravva oilfield has spelt trouble for Bongaigaon Refineries and Petrochemicals Ltd (BRPL) as the ...  | Read.. 
India growth story here to stay
Perhaps the major debate about the Indian economy is whether the current spurt of 8 per cent plus growth is cyclical or struc ...  | Read.. 
Japan weighs $2bn rail loan

PFC in the dark over venture fund allies
India Power Fund ó a power sector venture capital fund to be promoted by Power Finance Corporation ..  | Read.. 
Ruias ink deal with Eastman Chemical
Essar Chemicals Ltd has signed a memorandum of understanding with Eastman Chemical Company to produ..  | Read.. 
Six make navratna shortlist
An inter-ministerial committee has identified six companies as eligible for the navratna statu..  | Read.. 
India Inc keen to step up drug export to China
Exports of pharmaceutical products to China could reach $30 billion by 2009 if non-tariff barri..  | Read.. 
Trai gives low service score to operators
The telecom industry may be adding over six million mobile connections every month..  | Read.. 
The midas touch
Q & A: Wait lengthens
R-Com tower hive-off
CII proposal
GVK Power
BoB branch