The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Ambuja-ACC deal in new glare
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) will launch a deeper probe to determine if Gujarat Ambuja Cement’s acquisition of 14.5 per cent in Associated Cement Companies (ACC) led to a change of management control. ...  | Read.. 
Centre plays rescue angel to IFCI again
After the government decided in principle last month to cobble a bailout package for Industrial Finance Corporation of India ...  | Read.. 
Mauritius agrees to plug OCB loopholes
The government today informed the Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) probing the stock market scam that Mauritius is changi ...  | Read.. 
Purwar appointed State Bank chief
There’s a new man at the helm of the country’s largest bank. The State Bank of India finally got a chairman today in the for ...  | Read.. 
December deadline for rural phone
Communications minister Pramod Mahajan has set a December 31 deadline by when all private fixed-line operators must meet ...  | Read.. 
Ambuja-ACC deal in new glare
Reva Electric hopes to break even next year
Electronic car maker Reva Electric Car Company (RECC), which launched its air-conditioned model..  | Read.. 
VAT shock-absorbers ready
The government will provide a safety net to the states to compensate them for any loss of revenue a..  | Read.. 
SAIL looks at turnaround next fiscal
Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL), the loss-making public sector steel company, is expected t..  | Read.. 
Professionals to help DCA scan accounts
The Department of Company Affairs (DCA) is seriously considering a move to rope in outside prof..  | Read.. 
New York Life wants more of JV
New York Life, the largest insurer in the US, is ready to raise its stake to 50 per cent in its..  | Read.. 
Dunlop brass, unions try to get Sahagunj rolling
The senior management of the sick Dunlop India Ltd, closed since September 2001, today discussed re..  | Read.. 
Jumbo seeks 100% in Woodroffe
In line with plans to consolidate holdings in its group companies, Jumbo World Holdings has again ..  | Read.. 
Birla Tyres eyes Rs 630-cr sales
Birla Tyres, a subsidiary of Kesoram Industries Ltd, is expecting a turnover of Rs 630 crore in the..  | Read.. 
Centre asks NTPC to add 30,000 MW in 10 years
In a bid to achieve the target of adding 1 lakh MW power generation capacity by 2012, the Centre to..  | Read.. 
Cellular base up 5.2% in October
(PTI) India’s cellular subscriber base has grown by 5.21 per cent in October 2002 to touch 89.7..  | Read.. 
Sebi rejects CSE tax plea
Officials of the Calcutta Stock Exchange (CSE) who went to Mumbai yesterday to meet the chairman of..  | Read.. 
AOL head quits, deputy to step in
James de Castro resigned on Tuesday as president of America Online’s flagship interactive servi..  | Read.. 
Former Andersen partner sues Big 3
A retired partner of Arthur Andersen who lost $ 2.2 million in benefits when the firm collapse..  | Read.. 
WorldCom to cut jobs in Asia-Pacific
Embattled telecommunications firm WorldCom Inc said today it plans to lay off one-fifth of its staf..  | Read.. 
Indian Overseas, LIC in pact
L&T output
UTI Bond Fund
KEC project
Hero Honda
Raja Biscuit
HDFC cuts lending rates
Industry leaps
FCNR options
Niko gas find
I-flex net up