The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
IISCO revival hopes soar
With a balance-sheet that looks less messier now than it did a year back, SAIL feels it has the cash comfort to press ahead with the revival plan for IISCO, a subsidiary gasping for the Druidic potion. ...  | Read.. 
SAIL out of the red in Q4
Helped by rising prices, Steel Authority of India (SAIL) has reduced its losses for the last financial year by over 80 per c ...  | Read.. 
Tea team for Pakistan to hold a tête-à-tête
With both India and Pakistan taking steps to improve relations, the Indian tea industry has decided to send a delegation to ...  | Read.. 
Snowcem calls off deal with Berger Paints
Snowcem today said in a despatch to the stock exchanges that it was not selling off its paints business to Berger Paints. ...  | Read.. 
Tata Power net soars 128%
Tata Power Company has posted a 128 per cent rise in net profit at Rs 155.27 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2003, com ...  | Read.. 
Riding on
Gilts-for-all scheme languishes
Gilts don’t dazzle. Not for retail investors, who are yet to take a fancy for government securities..  | Read.. 
Asian Paints gifts 1:2 bonus
Asian Paints — the country’s largest paints company — today announced it would issue bonus shares i..  | Read.. 
Promoters raise stake in BSL
The promoters of BSL Ltd — the Churiwal and Jhunjhunwala families — continue to consolidate their h..  | Read.. 
Shot in arm for banks
US-64 bonds
Aptech plan
P&G move