The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sebi penny wise in stock flourish
The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), the capital market watchdog, is tightening its surveillance mechanism in an attempt to crack down on manipulators who have pounced on the opportunity afforded by this year’s relentless bull run ...  | Read.. 
Just bear with the bull
Which way will the stock markets head from here' ...  | Read.. 
Firms sure good times will last
India Inc is confident the economy’s fundamentals are strong enough to anchor a soaring sensex. ...  | Read.. 
BSE hastens stake-cut drill
Merchant bankers to draw up the roadmap for divestment of member-brokers’ stake of 51 per cent in the Bombay Stock Exch ...  | Read.. 
SpiceJet gets global investors
Macritchie Investments, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sigapore’s Temasek Holdings, and Istithmar, the investment arm of ...  | Read.. 
Sebi chairman M. Damodaran in Calcutta on Thursday. Picture by Kishor roy Chowdhury
Tatas in Jharkhand jamboree
The Tatas today signed four MoUs with the Jharkhand government, three of which will see the ind..  | Read.. 
Crude to rule firm
There seems to be little respite from high crude oil prices...  | Read.. 
Govt seeks Andhra fire report from ONGC
The petroleum ministry has asked the ONGC management to submit a detailed report on the fire, w..  | Read.. 
November date for oil bonds
Finance minister P. Chidambaram today indicated that oil bonds worth Rs 10,000-15,000 crore to ..  | Read.. 
Bharti-IBM pact for ICT services
Bharti Tele-Ventures and IBM India will jointly offer value-based services in communications, i..  | Read.. 
Ford, Fiat to team up for small car
Italy’s Fiat and US automaker Ford Motor are in advanced talks to co-operate on developing a s..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
ITC keen on UK hotel
Suzuki chief
Trai move
GDR issue
Bank audit