The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Tayals wrap up three-way split
The Tayals have parted ways. The Rs 3,000-crore group has been carved up among three brothers — Pravin, Navin and Sanjay — in a split devoid of the rancour that usually leads to such separation. ...  | Read.. 
Banks told to present gilt selloff plan
The finance ministry has asked nationalised banks keen to sell off the Central government’s debts to present a concrete ...  | Read.. 
Fiat India balks at GM control
Fiat India wants its parent Fiat Auto not to exercise the ‘put’ option which can force General Motors (GM) to buy Fiat, ...  | Read.. 
Car finance firms go into an overdrive
Demand for loans to fund automobile purchases would nearly double to Rs 27,000 crore in the current financial year 2002- ...  | Read.. 
Fuel prices stoke inflation to 2-year high
Skyrocketing prices of domestic fuel pushed up the rate of inflation to a two-year high of 5.13 per cent for the week ended ...  | Read.. 
Bank of Rajasthan: Jewel in the crown
Oil majors dash railways’ pipedream
The tide is continuing to turn against the railways in the lucrative movement of petroleum prod..  | Read.. 
Commercial vehicle sales up 33%
Surging sales of trucks clocked by Tata Engineering, Ashok Leyland and Eicher Motors drove the over..  | Read.. 
Maruti unveils Omni Cargo
Maruti Udyog has made its maiden foray into the commercial goods-carrying vehicle market with the l..  | Read.. 
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