The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Markets trade blues for hope
Coming out bruised from a traumatic year that offered no light at the end of a never-ending tunnel, movers and shakers of the country’s stock market say they have finally spotted an elixir. ...  | Read.. 
Poor man’s phone a costly affair
It was touted as the poor man’s cellphone—but the way the Tatas and Reliance are rolling out their limited mobility serv ...  | Read.. 
Silverline slips into the red with Rs 6cr loss
Silverline Technologies suffered a net loss of Rs 6.47 crore during July-September 2002, against a profit of Rs 13.88 crore ...  | Read.. 
Ingersoll-Rand rallies on open offer buzz
The Ingersoll-Rand (India) scrip today rallied on rumours that its parent may come out with an open offer. ...  | Read.. 
Excise rebate for gasohol
The Centre will give an excise duty rebate of 30 paise per litre on gasohol, the 5 per cent ethanol-blended petrol launched ...  | Read.. 
The screen of woes looks brighter
Availability-based power tariff trips
The Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC) has directed the Eastern Regional Electric..  | Read.. 
Corporation takes debit-card plunge
Corporation Bank today launched Corp Convenience, its international debit card, in association with..  | Read.. 
April-Nov exports up 16%
India’s exports have surged to $ 32,865.10 million during April-November 2002-03, which is 15.6..  | Read.. 
MFs to trade in derivatives
GoM recast
Audit norms
Hind Motors
Calcutta port
UTI sales