The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Mistrust grips Unit Trust staff
The anti-privatisation bug, which has gnawed away at the government’s efforts to sell its stake in several big public sector undertakings, has now bitten the Unit Trust of India as well. A groundswell of opinion against the privatisation of the Unit ...  | Read.. 
Cement scrips gain in vigour
Cement counters saw hectic activity on the stock markets today with two star performers—Larsen and Toubro and ACC—notching u ...  | Read.. 
Tariff plan to end grid collapse
Come January 1, consumers in the eastern region will not have to suffer power cuts due to grid collapse. ...  | Read.. 
Shree Cement scouts for ally
Shree Cement, the Rs 554-crore Bangur group flagship, is looking for a strategic investor in order to raise the production c ...  | Read.. 
Govt clears FDI plans worth Rs 97 crore
The government today cleared 41 foreign direct investment (FDI) proposals worth Rs 97 crore, including a Rs 42-crore proposa ...  | Read.. 
future tense
Coca-Cola clings on to contemporary culture
Managing the biggest brand in the world is no easy task, but Steve Jones has a golden rule to guide..  | Read.. 
UB fizz rubs off on San Motors
Bangalore-based fledgling automaker San Motors plans to go national with its sports car ‘Kingfi..  | Read.. 
Syngenta offer for Indian arm
NRI sops
EPF housing
BSNL tariff
Central Bank
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