The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cash on the way back to ITC
ITC, the Rs 12,039-crore conglomerate, is likely to see its cash flows swell by Rs 350 crore when the government refunds the deposit the firm had made back in 1996 during the bruising 17-year-old court battle over the largest excise tab in Indian c ...  | Read.. 
Stock jumps to Rs 1080
The ITC stock flared up to an intra-day high of Rs 1,098 as the dramatic ' and bizarre ' turn of events in the company's tax ...  | Read.. 
Role of regulators under scanner
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his colleagues in the Planning Commission today decided to reassess the role of regulators ...  | Read.. 
Rail tickets just a mobile call away
Book your railway ticket over your mobile phone. ...  | Read.. 
Myanmar offers gas to Gail
The Myanmar government has sent a formal letter to Gail (India) Ltd offering the Indian company the right of first prefe ...  | Read.. 
The magic touch: Anchor Electricals president Sashi Nair addresses the media at the launch of Touch Panel, which controls the home automation system, ...  | Read
Centre's merger mantra for banks
Finance minister P. Chidambaram today said the government will amend a 'clause' in the income tax r..  | Read.. 
New rules on foreign direct investment
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will issue guidelines on foreign banks' stakes in domestic private ..  | Read.. 
Power shock for Bengal industry
Inadequate supply of power may turn out to be the biggest stumbling block for industrial resurg..  | Read.. 
Nepal action plan to assure investors
The Nepali government today reassured Indian investors in that country that it will come out wi..  | Read.. 
New accounting rules to cover more job benefits
An existing accounting standard, which dealt with only retirement benefits, is being revamped t..  | Read.. 
Changes in drug bill sought
The Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance (IPA) today urged the government to bring in two changes to ..  | Read.. 
Broadband policy in a week
Communications minister Dayanidhi Maran today indicated that the long-awaited broadband policy ..  | Read.. 
Legal ammo for Birla sisters
Calcutta High Court today admitted applications by the two sisters of M. P. Birla ' Lakshmi Bai..  | Read.. 
EEPC taps Ferguson for tips
The Engineering Export Promotion Council (EEPC) has appointed Ferguson and Co to suggest ways t..  | Read.. 
New steel policy to be ready in October
Amid the rising prices and demand for steel, the government today said the new steel policy would b..  | Read.. 
Volkswagen warning ahead of wage talks
Volkswagen AG has warned its German workers that more than 30,000 jobs could be lost if they don't ..  | Read.. 
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