The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Hint of big-bang insurance reforms
The Congress-led government wants to not only raise foreign direct investment in insurance companies to 49 per cent from the existing level of 26 per cent, but also remove a 10-year lock-in on Indian promoters who wish to pare their shareholding. ...  | Read.. 
Ranbaxy finds Merck buyout pill bitter
Ranbaxy Laboratories is understood to have pulled out of the race to acquire the generic drug business of Merck KgaA on conc ...  | Read.. 
Dell picks Chennai for hardware unit
US-based Dell Inc plans to set up a computer hardware factory at Sriperumbudur in Chennai. Dell Inc chief executive offi ...  | Read.. 
Credit Suisse makes a comeback
Credit Suisse today re-activated its brokerage operations in the country. ...  | Read.. 
FIPB defers Vodafone decision
The Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB) today deferred its decision on Vodafone’s proposal to acquire the 52 ...  | Read.. 
Zubin Irani, managing director of Carrier India, with marketing head Krishan Sachdev (right) in Calcutta on Tuesday. Picture by Kishor Roy Chowdhury

US highlights scope for nuclear power pact
US secretary of energy Samuel W. Bodman today said the Indo-US civil nuclear agreement “should..  | Read.. 
More naphtha for Dabhol
The government is planning to operate another unit of the Dabhol power project on naphtha from May...  | Read.. 
Carrier charts growth plans
Carrier Airconditioning & Refrigeration Ltd (Carrier India) is planning to rev up its engineeri..  | Read.. 
RCF eyes Durgapur fertiliser unit
Public sector Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers (RCF) is keen on reviving Hindustan Fertiliser Co..  | Read.. 
Essar Shipping remains listed
The Ruias’ plan to de-list Essar Shipping has come a cropper. ..  | Read.. 
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