The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Rich blend of ad to sell tea abroad
Egged on by a powerful tea maker’s lobby, the government has cleared a Rs 104 crore ad blitz to sell Indian tea as a generic brand in the overseas market. Moreover, the government has decided that to resurrect the declining tea export of India, the ...  | Read.. 
IDBI Bank goes ahead with 1:2 rights issue
The board of IDBI Bank has decided to offer one share for every two shares held at Rs 22, in a rights issue that will put it ...  | Read.. 
Co-operative banks given more room for deposits
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today allowed non-scheduled urban co-operative banks (UCBs) with bad loans under 7 per cent ...  | Read.. 
Rupee surges
Surging dollar inflows today boosted the rupee to a 23-month closing high of 47, after it had shot above the crucial 47-ma ...  | Read.. 
Reliance, DuPont in polymer R&D pact
Reliance Industries (RIL) today announced a strategic research alliance with DuPont Polyester Technologies (DPT) to jointly ...  | Read.. 
On a high note
Infosys slide snaps four-day stock rally
The much-awaited correction on bourses occurred today, triggered by a plunge in Infosys that snappe..  | Read.. 
Calcutta bank duo set for IPOs
Uco and UBI — two Calcutta–based banks that have seen better bottomlines in 2002-03 — will hit the ..  | Read.. 
ONGC gets approval to set up more oil outlets
Petroleum minister Ram Naik has approved an ONGC proposal to set up additional 500 petrol pumps in ..  | Read.. 
Bonanza for Citibank clients
Citibank today became the first bank in the country to offer its account holders the opportunity to..  | Read.. 
The real owner behind the wheel
Indian car major Maruti Udyog Ltd has won its domain name from the cyber-squatter who ha..  | Read.. 
Status quo at Jessop
Tax mopup
Satyam tieup
Bayer merger
Colgate payout
Oriental Bank