The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Insurers must spell out fairy-tale promises on paper
All those who have been conned into buying an insurance policy by that smooth-talking agent only to find that it did not actually guarantee the sort of wild, airy-fairy promises he made, here’s some good news. ...  | Read.. 
Judiciary holds sway in competition panel tussle
The Centre has finally caved in to pressure from the judicial brigade and agreed to allow a judicial person to head the Comp ...  | Read.. 
Policy nod for FDI hike in private banks soon
The government today said it will soon issue policy guidelines to allow foreign banks to raise their stake in private banks ...  | Read.. 
Drug price petition in apex court
The Supreme Court today admitted an appeal by the Centre challenging the stay order of the Karnataka High Court on the notif ...  | Read.. 
Relief rally lifts sensex 67 points
The markets’ three-day losing streak snapped today when bargain-hunters crawled out of the woodwork in search of promising s ...  | Read.. 
Insurers must spell out fairy-tale promises on paper
Italian aid for Bengal leather units
The Italian government will help 30 Calcutta-based export-oriented leather goods manufacturing unit..  | Read.. 
Creeping protectionism worries policy-makers
Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan and top IMF policy-maker Anne Krueger, fearing that decades..  | Read.. 
Showcause notice to telecom trio
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) today shot off letters to all the telecom mobi..  | Read.. 
Inflation rate drops to 4.9%
The rate of inflation fell to 4.88 per cent in the week ended November 8 from 5.01 per cent in ..  | Read.. 
Infrastructure growth suffers
The poor performance of the power sector, decline in coal output and the slow growth in crude o..  | Read.. 
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