The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cheap money prop for farmers
In a major pre-election sop to farmers, the government today announced that it would slash interest on crop loans to a maximum of 9 per cent from current levels of 14-16 per cent. ...  | Read.. 
Fresh cloud on selloff in oil companies
The objection raised by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) over the national oil companies having drawn an e ...  | Read.. 
Move to end telecom tussle
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) today issued a consultation paper on ‘unified licensing’ for basic and ...  | Read.. 
Universal licence opposed
The opposition to universal licence has already begun even before the ink on the hard copy of the consultation paper has ...  | Read.. 
Crisil paints debt doom for states
Are states drowning in a whirl of debt' Not yet, but they could be in it four years now, says a Crisil report that estimates ...  | Read.. 
Finance minister Jaswant Singh with agriculture minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi on Wednesday....  | Read
Role model for a director
How many directorships on company boards ought a man to have if he wants to honestly fulfil his..  | Read.. 
BMW on test-drive for the Passage to India
German auto major Bayerische Motoren Werke — the fabled BMW — is gearing up for a manufacturing joi..  | Read.. 
Nalco scrip see-saws on Vajpayee’s remark
The Nalco share went on a roller-coaster ride after Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee almost ..  | Read.. 
LG sets ambitious sales target for next year
LG Electronics India has set a sales target of Rs 5,500 crore in 2004 against an expected turnover ..  | Read.. 
Aviation policy set to take off
Jessop selloff
CERC move
Hughes net up
Ford launch
Citigroup plan