The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Wal-Mart links future with retail rules
US retail giant Wal-Mart, which signed up for a cash-and-carry joint venture with Bharti earlier this week, is keeping its options open on its mode of entering the Indian retail market when it is finally thrown open to global players. ...  | Read.. 
Firms wary of new norm
The restrictions on external commercial borrowings (ECBs) could be good for banks but bad news for India Inc. ...  | Read.. 
UTI Mutual in Singapore
UTI Asset Management Company Pvt Ltd today signed a joint venture agreement with Shinsei Bank of Japan to set up an asset ma ...  | Read.. 
Terms set for Reliance SEZ
The government today gave Mukesh Ambani’s Navi Mumbai SEZ a year’s extension to complete land acquisition and clea ...  | Read.. 
Tribunal stays Sebi ban on Karvy
The Securities and Appellate Tribunal today stayed an order of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) that prohib ...  | Read.. 
FLIGHTS OF FANCY : Deutsche Bank is planning to set up a non-banking finance company next year to increase its footprint in India. “We are more than c ...  | Read

 Press Releases
Exide in technology tieup with UK firm
Exide Industries Limited has entered into an agreement with research organisation Atraverda Lim..  | Read.. 
Soros picks up stake in R-Com arm
US billionaire George Soros and six other investors have picked up a 5 per cent stake in Relian..  | Read.. 
Apollo forms insurance JV
The Apollo Hospitals group and Germany-based DKV AG today launched Apollo DKV Insurance Company..  | Read.. 
Sensex leaps, rupee dips on ECB curbs
Stocks sizzled and the rupee sank today in a knee-jerk reaction to the government’s decision y..  | Read.. 
Forex earnings from tourism up 20%
An average foreign tourist in India is spending far more now than he/she did last year. In the ..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
Intel boss in India
UCB revival
JSW plant
Fertiliser aid