The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Panel to iron out ore policy wrinkles
Lobbying by multinationals keen on 100 per cent FDI in mining and pressure from local mining majors determined to stop scarce mineral exports has forced the government to set up a high-powered committee to review the national mineral policy and reco ...  | Read.. 
GE Shipping clears offshore demerger
Great Eastern Shipping Company today approved the de-merger of its offshore services business into a separate company called ...  | Read.. 
PSU board slots opened to more
The government has initiated a move to make politicians and trade union leaders eligible for posts of non-official independe ...  | Read.. 
Oil duo to bid jointly for Libyan blocks
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and Oil India (OIL) are gearing up to jointly bid for exploration blocks in Libya. ...  | Read.. 
CESC, Jharkhand in pact
CESC Ltd, an RPG group company, today sealed its offer to set up three power plants in Jharkhand with a combined generat ...  | Read.. 
Panel to iron out ore policy wrinkles
Mall moguls line the aisle
A nation of shopkeepers, that's how Napoleon described England some aeons ago. ..  | Read.. 
Bengal industry spearhead hugs stock market
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee has made it known that he relishes foreign investment. His market-shunning ..  | Read.. 
Opportunity for banks
Assocham wants the government to allow commercial banks to invest up to 20 per cent of their ex..  | Read.. 
Infotech meet to focus on transition
With the knowledge process outsourcing (KPO) wave sweeping the country’s IT-enabled servic..  | Read.. 
Two more US airlines bankrupt
Delta Air Lines and Northwest Airlines have declared bankruptcy as the industry’s struggle wit..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
Bourse revamp okayed
PTL shares
Maruti stake
Oberoi move
Oil demand