The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Oil twins back in selloff court
The Cabinet Committee on Disinvestment (CCD) will meet next week to take up the controversial sale of oil majors Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPCL) and Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) which are likely to go through only in the next fiscal. ...  | Read.. 
Same old story of missed targets
Disinvestment minister Arun Shourie today indicated that the government had virtually discarded the Rs 12,000-crore target t ...  | Read.. 
Tatas, Lever fix chemicals swap at 2:5
In a deal valued at over Rs 200 crore, Hind Lever Chemicals (HLCL) will merge with Tata Chemicals (TCL) with a swap rati ...  | Read.. 
Hindalco goes Down Under for copper mine
Hindalco Industries will acquire a copper mine in Australia for $ 79.80 million (around Rs 222 crore), a step towards consol ...  | Read.. 
Net profit dips 39%
High input costs and a major power disruption left Hindalco with a dismal third quarter performance in 2002-03. The company’ ...  | Read.. 
wired to growth: State information technology minister Manabendra Mukherjee at the Compass 2003 exhibition in Calcutta on Friday. Picture by Kishor Ro ...  | Read
All eyes now on telecom regulator
The wait is over. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) will announce a revised tari..  | Read.. 
VSNL net drops 77% to Rs 81.8 cr
Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd (VSNL) has registered a 77 per cent drop in net profit to Rs 81.8 crore in..  | Read.. 
Fiat patriarch Agnelli passes away
Gianni Agnelli, one of Italy’s most powerful businessmen who turned the family car company Fiat int..  | Read.. 
Kuoni arm shifts focus
Nortel solution
Schwing plan
Sun Micro
Aviva move
HM Lancer
Sebi in Lankan pact
Bangur bail
Damodaran role
Nasscom view
Bayer plan