The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Aiyar clears air on petro behemoths
Petroleum minister Mani Shankar Aiyar today told Parliament there is no formal proposal under the government’s consideration to create two mega players in the oil sector by merging the state-run petro firms. ...  | Read.. 
Lodha opens new front in battle with Birlas
Rajendra Singh Lodha’s lawyers have filed a 1992 document in which Priyamvada Birla is believed to have recorded that her hu ...  | Read.. 
Italian firm to buy 10% of Elder
ACRAF of Italy is picking up a 10 per cent stake in Elder Pharmaceuticals for Rs 25.58 crore. Close to 16 lakh shares will c ...  | Read.. 
Indiabulls price band at Rs 16-19
Indiabulls Financial Services Ltd will issue an initial public offering of 2.71 crore shares at a price band of Rs 16-19 to ...  | Read.. 
LIC plans for seniors on cards
Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) plans to design schemes for senior citizens. To help sell these policies, the stat ...  | Read.. 
Aiyar: Plainspeak
ISPs in line of fire as users bend rules
The government today cracked down on three leading internet service providers whose leased lines we..  | Read.. 
Eveready all set to cross the Great Wall
Eveready Industries India Limited (EIIL) is in talks with a Chinese battery major for a joint ventu..  | Read.. 
Flag bags China deal
China Telecom has awarded Flag Telecom a contract to set up an international transmission capacity ..  | Read.. 
Infotech wired to staff loyalty
Information technology companies are heading towards Calcutta and Pune where job-hopping is less co..  | Read.. 
Berger mulls merger
Berger Paints India Ltd will explore the feasibility of amalgamating Berger Auto and Industrial Coa..  | Read.. 
Hutch betters rivals on prepaid
Hutch today followed Reliance Infocomm and AirTel in slashing the local-call and STD rates for its ..  | Read.. 
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