The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
SC hints at selloff judgment review
The Supreme Court today hinted at a “fresh look” on divestment in the first-ever sign that it could review its verdict forbidding sale of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPCL) and Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) without Parliament’s approval. ...  | Read.. 
Bids for Hind Copper, SCI soon
The Supreme Court’s decision to look back at its earlier ruling on the selloff issue has made the disinvestment ministry sit ...  | Read.. 
Banks alerted to gilt rate swings
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today alerted banks against the possibility of an interest rate risk on the massive pile of ...  | Read.. 
Bengal to unveil China-style SEZ
Bengal will be the first state to create a special economic zone (SEZ) in the country based on the Chinese model for promoti ...  | Read.. 
Palm oil duty pegged to higher base price
The government has revised the tariff value for crude palm oil to $504 (Rs 22,841) per metric tonne from $472 — the third su ...  | Read.. 
looking for directions
FMCG e-channels take root in villages
Hindustan Lever’s rural distribution channel ‘e-shakti’ would reach 10 crore consumers in the next ..  | Read.. 
Apollo, Michelin in two-way deal
Apollo Tyres Ltd today said that it is offering 14.9 per cent stake in the company to Europe’s larg..  | Read.. 
US harps on cooperation to boost infotech growth
IT spending in the US is on the rise, the economy having emerged from the recession. Federal go..  | Read.. 
Andhra can coach beginner Bengal
Roping in McKinsey is just the first run on the board; building an IT innings is quite another ..  | Read.. 
Fillip for software units, call centres
The call centre and software industry is upbeat about an announcement by minister for informati..  | Read.. 
Banks cut bad assets
Non-performing assets (NPAs) of the domestic banking sector showed a decline during the year 20..  | Read.. 
Service tax mopup falters
The government may miss its target of collecting Rs 8,000 crore as service tax this fiscal...  | Read.. 
TVS eyes Rs 4500-cr turnover next fiscal
TVS Motor Company (TVS) hopes to clock a turnover of over Rs 4,500 crore by the end of next fis..  | Read.. 
Cell firms’ hearing deferred
BoI plan
Auto parts
Exide plant
Dabhol case