The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Stronger cash props for states
Bengal won a 17 per cent increase in the amount it gets from the Reserve Bank (RBI) to cope with temporary shortfalls in cash, under a liberalised funds-support scheme announced for all states today. ...  | Read.. 
Budget makes new insurers run for cover
After poring over the fine print of the budget, the private insurers are incensed that they have been left out in the cold. ...  | Read.. 
Bank of Baroda sets off deposit rate cut rush
Bank of Baroda (BoB) today became the first bank to bring down deposit rates after the budget. It cut interest rates on ...  | Read.. 
BSNL tops profit chart
Bharat Sanchar Nigam, the state-owned telephony major, is the most profitable public sector unit with a net profit of Rs 631 ...  | Read.. 
India Inc awash in takeover high tide
After a two-year lull, corporate takeovers are in the air once again. ...  | Read.. 
money monument
Exide sees 18% spurt in turnover
Battery major Exide Industries Ltd (EIL) expects to post a 16-18 per cent growth in its turnover in..  | Read.. 
Three-year lock-in for Hind Copper divestment
The disinvestment ministry has stipulated a three-year lock-in period for bidders in Hindustan Copp..  | Read.. 
Revised time table for T+2
Import norms
Net package
BSNL tariff
Vanaspati woes