The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Markets turn clueless in crossfire
Markets surged on anticipation that the campaign against Iraq would clear the way for a quick outcome, but hopes that it would happen receded as the day wore on and the combat turned messier. ...  | Read.. 
Yellow metal retreats
The price of gold slipped back today as investors decided against buying up the safe-haven asset at the start of war in Iraq ...  | Read.. 
Govt makes hay while the Sun shines
Sun Microsystems and the Indian government plan to work on a project to develop cheap personal computers. ...  | Read.. 
Fillip for offshore banking units
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has relaxed some of the norms regarding the setting up of offshore banking units (OBUs) ...  | Read.. 
Indian Airlines fares up 15%, A-I to follow
The government today permitted state-run Indian Airlines to raise air fares by 15 per cent across the board from March 26. C ...  | Read.. 
Sun Microsystems chief Scott McNealy meets IT minister Arun Shourie in New Delhi on Thursday. (PTI)
Oil stocks to last two months
The government does not see any immediate need for worry on the energy front as international c..  | Read.. 
Crude drills 3-month lows
Oil prices tumbled to three-month lows on Thursday after the United States began bombing Iraq and d..  | Read.. 
States agree to pay back Rs 37,400 cr power dues
In a landmark development, 24 states today signed a tripartite agreement with the Centre and the Re..  | Read.. 
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