The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Telecom FDI bogey buried
The communications ministry and financial institutions have convinced the home and commerce ministries that increasing the cap on foreign direct investment (FDI) in telecom to 74 per cent will not, in any way, compromise the security shield. ...  | Read.. 
BoB open to buyouts in south or east
Bank of Baroda will acquire a bank in south or east India in order to increase its retail customer base. ...  | Read.. 
Insurers’ leash on smaller unions
Public-sector general insurance companies are likely to draw up a set of new norms that will keep out many of the 48 registe ...  | Read.. 
Rs 17,000 cr earmarked for ONGC makeover
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC) will invest close to Rs 17,000 crore to emerge as a global integrated energy ...  | Read.. 
Fed rate cut fails to impress RBI
US Federal Reserve’s decision to cut interest rates by 25 basis points to 1 per cent will not affect the rate regime in ...  | Read.. 
Line clear
Kesoram sticks to core strength
Kesoram Industries (KIL) has embarked on a restructuring plan to consolidate core competence, u..  | Read.. 
Philips parent bets on local arm for exports
Koninklijke Philips Electronics NV, the parent company of Philips India, has decided to make In..  | Read.. 
Videsh Sanchar goes to US
Close on the heels of securing an international gateway licence to operate in Sri Lanka, Videsh Sa..  | Read.. 
FDI worth Rs 150 cr cleared
EIH net dips
Uco rate slash
Fiat layoffs
ESI grievance