The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Control barriers to fall as forex kitty swells
The Central government, which expects its foreign exchange reserves to bloat further because of the Gulf war threat and non-resident Indians shovelling more money into term deposits here, is planning to free rules governing purchase of stock der ...  | Read.. 
Miffed Murli protests cut in plan support
Human resources minister Murli Manohar Joshi has spearheaded a virtual revolt of Cabinet ministers against finance minister ...  | Read.. 
BSNL asked to get its act together
It is official now: Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSNL) will be in the red in fiscal 2003-04 if the public sector telecom company fa ...  | Read.. 
Car sales grow 8% in ten months
Passenger car sales rose by 8 per cent in April-January 2003 to 5,68,363 units from 5,36,215 in the same period last year, t ...  | Read.. 
Essar restarts petro project
The Rs 5,700-crore Essar group has recommenced the 12-million-tonne mega refinery project in Gujarat, which was stalled sinc ...  | Read.. 
Singh: Frantic call
Pressure mounts to end tea auction standoff
Spooked by the loss in revenue, the Bengal government has decided to take strong action if tea..  | Read.. 
HPCL selloff advisers to be picked next week
The Centre will appoint financial advisers for the disinvestment of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation..  | Read.. 
Cola majors play the number game
Cola majors Coke and Pepsi today uncorked conflicting market share figures — a predictable ann..  | Read.. 
Parekh denied bail
Calcutta High Court on Thursday rejected the bail plea of Ketan Parekh, arrested for his allege..  | Read.. 
Gold falls, oil spurts
Gold prices tumbled across the country today due to heavy stockistsÂ’ selling promoted by a steep fa..  | Read.. 
High decibel telecom meet today
The captains of the telecom industry and representatives of leading financial institutions will hav..  | Read.. 
EPF rates to remain at 9.5%
Cellular base
Drug price
WTO meet
Rabo Bank
CSE turnover