The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Tata Steel in expansion rush
Tata Steel has lined up investments of Rs 21,500 crore for expansion in the next five to six years. The funding burst comes at a time when demand for steel has galloped to historic highs, fuelling an unprecedented increase in the prices of the key i ...  | Read.. 
Focus on input linkages
'The owners of raw materials will be the kings of the industry,' said Tata Steel chairman Ratan Tata. ...  | Read.. 
Clean fuel delayed in seven states
The cabinet today gave national oil companies a six-month breather for supplying clean diesel to meet Euro-II vehicular emis ...  | Read.. 
Fixed wireless, within four walls
The department of telecommunications (DoT) today directed the operators offering fixed wireless phone service to limit this ...  | Read.. 
Govt clears funds for NJMC exit plan
The government has approved a Rs 978-crore package to help fund a voluntary retirement scheme (VRS) in the ailing National J ...  | Read.. 
Tata Steel in expansion rush
Coal comfort for power firms
Some foreign companies have offered to supply coal at fixed prices to local power companies. ..  | Read.. 
Merger of IISCO by December
The merger of Indian Iron and Steel Company (IISCO) with SAIL will be completed by December. ..  | Read.. 
Punjab Bank pulled up for old deal
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has censured Punjab National Bank (PNB) for viola..  | Read.. 
Merger of PSU banks on track
The Congress-led government seems to have made up its mind about going ahead with mergers of state-..  | Read.. 
LG brings home new entertainment gizmo
LG Electronics India Limited (LGEIL) today unveiled MyHomNet, a digital home theatre solution, to c..  | Read.. 
PowerGrid eases purchase norms
The Powergrid Corporation of India Ltd today enabled companies to buy power in continuous blocks of..  | Read.. 
Rating on LKB bond issue lowered
CARE has downgraded the rating assigned to the Rs 50.7-crore tier-II bond issue of Lord Krishna..  | Read.. 
Infosys becomes Autosar partner
Infosys Technologies Ltd has become the first Indian company to join the Automotive Open Systems Ar..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
Lucas to double sales
Essel Propack
Mastek unit
Ortem growth
Satyam pact
Rate of inflation dips
Reliance deal
IBP shares
Vedanta chief