The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Mumbai-Karachi liner service plan capsizes
The Vajpayee government has apparently torpedoed the plan to provide a ship service between Mumbai and Karachi as a feasibility study has shown that the service will not be commercially viable. ...  | Read.. 
Iran reads the tea leaves, lifts four-year import ban
Iran has lifted its four-year ban on import of Indian tea in a decision effective from April 15. ...  | Read.. 
Bonus boosts free-float size
Bonus issues and stock splits announced by companies will increase the circulation of these shares on the bourses as the ...  | Read.. 
Gail sniffs large gas reserves off Digha
Gail and Gazprom are set to start a 3D seismic study in the Bengal basin, 200 km off the Digha coast in Midnapore, after ...  | Read.. 
Retail, small units in Centurion Bank focus
Centurion Bank is refining its strategy on the retail and corporate fronts. ...  | Read.. 
IBM gateway to e-governance overdrive
National Institute of Smart Government (NISG) and IBM India have joined hands to promote e-gove..  | Read.. 
Hunt for new avenues takes FIIs to securitised paper
Having made a killing on the stock markets in the past financial year, foreign institutional in..  | Read.. 
Govt lists areas for private role in power update
The power ministry has listed various options for private participation in the renovation and moder..  | Read.. 
Data bank for life insurers next year
In a bid to compile comprehensive data on death and disability rates, the Actuarial Society of ..  | Read.. 
PTC looks at overseas flotation
Power Trading Corporation is planning to tap the overseas market to raise funds to pick up equity i..  | Read.. 
Top insurance body shifts to Delhi
The General Insurance Public Sector Association (Gipsa), a body that represents the management ..  | Read.. 
Bharti hub to make data calamity-proof
Bharti Tele-Ventures Ltd has assured its customers immediate resumption of services in case of a na..  | Read.. 
Schools morph to click-and-type mode in Bengal
School teachers in West Bengal are switching over from a ‘chalk and talk’ style of teaching to ..  | Read.. 
New plants to raise SPS output
The Calcutta-based SPS group is setting up two greenfield steel plants in Orissa and Himachal P..  | Read.. 
Amul to scoop up ice cream in Pak
After establishing its sway over the domestic ice cream market, Amul is now planning to storm P..  | Read.. 
Salons to spruce up Lakme growth
Lakme Lever, which saw a 32 per cent growth in 2003-04, plans to concentrate on growing the sal..  | Read.. 
2-wheelers in top gear, sales up 11%
Brisk bike sales and a recovery in the scooter market drove up two-wheeler sales by 11.4 per cent d..  | Read.. 
LG sees growth in AC division
Vijaya Bank
H-P offer
S&L order
GTL solutions
Intel move
More than kid stuff
Be smart with Smart Home
Loose Change
Q & A: Upbringing cost
New Exim policy in the works
Sebi panel
LIC credit
Bokaro Steel
Jindal Power