The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dabur sets demerger ball rolling
Dabur India, the Rs 1,371-crore foods-to-medicines conglomerate, today approved the plan to demerge its pharmaceutical and FMCG businesses and sweetened the offer to shareholders with a 140 per cent dividend for 2002-03 — its highest payout till dat ...  | Read.. 
Plagiarism slur on Linux muffles free software chorus
Linux, the free operating system software that has emerged as a serious threat to Microsoft Windows, is in danger of being ...  | Read.. 
Asian Paints mulls bonus issue
Asian Paints — the country’s undisputed leader in paints and one of the top 10 decorative coatings producers in the world — ...  | Read.. 
Ad blitz to stop insurance rebates
The insurance regulator plans to start an advertisement campaign against the illegal practice of agents and brokers givi ...  | Read.. 
Bayer arms ready to fold into a powerhouse
Bayer India and Bayer CropScience (formerly Aventis CropScience) have sent out word that they would like to unite for growth ...  | Read.. 
Dabur sets demerger ball rolling
Levy of user charges key to core sector investments
The government should reduce subsidies on power, railways and water supply in urban areas and i..  | Read.. 
Ambanis freeze Armaan on cell screens
Reliance Infocomm has upped the ante in the battle with cellular operators over the issue of limite..  | Read.. 
Kotak policy offers host of benefits
Tax relief under section 88, full-life cover, exemption from capital gains tax, returns of investme..  | Read.. 
i-flex net profit rises 48 per cent
IT solutions provider i-flex Solutions has reported a 48 per cent rise in consolidated net profit a..  | Read.. 
Jalan tips for Bengal
Jessop selloff
Vysya Bank net
Novartis plan
WTO talks