The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Guj Ambuja wins ACC respite
Narottam Sekhsaria won a long-awaited reprieve today when Sebi ruled that a slice of ACC equity Gujarat Ambuja Cements (GACL) purchased from the Tatas in late 1999 did not give him control. ...  | Read.. 
Bigwigs queue up for Hind Petro
Reliance Industries and global oil major Royal Dutch Shell today entered the race to take over the lucrative blue-chip o ...  | Read.. 
Sensex fights back fears
Monday misery — that sums up the session for markets spooked by a war which could be hours, not days, away. Dalal Street wra ...  | Read.. 
Oil flares up, gold soars
Investors fled stocks and embraced the relative safety of long-term bonds and gold on Monday as the world prepared for a US- ...  | Read.. 
Telecom tribunal goes data hunting
The Telecom Dispute Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT) today asked cellular and basic operators offering limited mobi ...  | Read.. 
Sekhsaria: Winner takes all
At sixes and sevens over Coke fiver
Cola drinkers in the capital are at sixes and sevens over Coke’s five-buck pricing strategy. Re..  | Read.. 
Come back to a digital network home with LG
Picture this: You are heading home after a hard day’s work; your stomach is growling and you want t..  | Read.. 
Telco slams brakes on budget benefits
Tata Engineering, the country’s third largest carmaker, has decided against uniformly passing on th..  | Read.. 
Icra pegs growth at 5%
Bajaj launch
Asian Paints
Haldia Petro
Satyam stake