The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Gored by the gavel, petro twins tank on trading floor
HPCL and BPCL were savaged on the trading floor today after the Supreme Court said they cannot be privatised without prior parliamentary sanction. ...  | Read.. 
Naik hails ruling, waits for cabinet to take a call
Petroleum minister Ram Naik, who is known to have opposed the divestment of oil PSUs, today dubbed the Supreme CourtÂ’s decis ...  | Read.. 
Merchant bankers in a flap
Merchant bankers shepherding plans to sell public sector companies today gave mixed reactions to the verdict barring sale of ...  | Read.. 
Sterlite copper spinoff on hold
Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd today decided to bury its proposal to demerge its copper business. ...  | Read.. 
Fresh OCB investments snuffed out
The RBI has decided to de-recognise with immediate effect overseas corporate bodies (OCBs) as an eligible class of investors ...  | Read.. 
Gored by the gavel, petro twins tank on trading floor
Shaw Wallace hunts for buyout targets
Liquor major Shaw Wallace & Company told shareholders at its annual general meeting today that ..  | Read.. 
Private banks go on an overdrive to finance stock jugglers
Some private sector banks are yet again going overboard to fund stockbrokers especially arbitrageur..  | Read.. 
General insurers set to shed more flab
The four state-owned general insurance companies are planning to slash staff strength by 10-15 ..  | Read.. 
United Bank goes slow on Rs 50-crore public offer
United Bank of India (UBI) has decided to go slow on its Rs 50 crore initial public offer (IPO)..  | Read.. 
Tata CityRover ready for UK trip
Making a foray into the European roads, Tata Motors today rolled out the first batch of custom-..  | Read.. 
Crackdown on two drug firms
Criminal proceedings have been initiated against two pharmaceutical giants, Lupin and Cipla, by..  | Read.. 
Steel policy on the cards
Gesco issue
Ranbaxy drug
Pension plan
Paradip fate