The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
No consolation in relief bonds
Tax-free relief bonds issued by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) with a coupon rate of 7 per cent could soon earn an interest of 6.5 per cent only while investors in 8 per cent relief bonds face a tax bite. An individual is free to invest up to Rs 2 ...  | Read.. 
Foul-play stench in Centaur deal
A standing committee of Parliament today called for a Central Vigilance Commission probe into the sale of Centaur Hotel Mumb ...  | Read.. 
IOC works out to stay agile
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) is restructuring its marketing set-up in order to speed up the decision making process in the c ...  | Read.. 
Price leash on life-saving drugs
The Supreme Court today allowed the government to go ahead with the implementation of its new pharmaceutical policy but soug ...  | Read.. 
Stocks lie low on war fears
The bearish trend continued at the stock markets today as the crisis deepens in West Asia. The 30-share BSE sensitive index ...  | Read.. 
The slender look
AV Birla group chief chants core mantra
Private sector conglomerate Aditya Vikram Birla group has decided to exit from non-core areas and f..  | Read.. 
Package for farmers to harvest votes
The BJP-led government has directed finance minister Jaswant Singh to announce fresh sops for farm..  | Read.. 
Richard Ellis snaps up Insignia Brookes
Global real estate consultant C. B. Richard Ellis will soon take over the Indian arm of rival Insig..  | Read.. 
Tata-BP pact on Dabhol
Morepen GDR
Aptech board
LNG import
State Bank stir