The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fender-to-fender in debut
Car buffs can feast their eyes with automobile makers planning a slew of launches next year. In the pipeline are some of the car industry¬ís hottest debutantes, set to roll out on the domestic roads over the next 12 months. From affordable h ...  | Read.. 
Nine months on, still lost on the fringe
Nine months after finance minister P. Chidambaram presented the first full budget of the UPA government, India Inc is st ...  | Read.. 
Mobilisation shrinks in new-issue record
The bulls led the charge in the secondary market but in the primary section, where yields have been one of the highest i ...  | Read.. 
Myanmar bounty for gas duo
The giant A-1 block in Myanmar, in which ONGC-Videsh and GAIL (India) together have a 30 per cent stake, has 2.9 to 3.6 ...  | Read.. 
CII sees hiring high in growth of 7%
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has projected a 7 per cent growth in the current financial year. ...  | Read.. 
GM's 2007 Solstice GXP due to be launched at the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday. In India, too, GM will take on competition with a series of new models. It will will roll out Aveo in both hatch and notch versions and a sports variant of Chevy Optra. (AFP)
Hard landing now, easy takeoff later
Fog or no fog, rain or no rain, the queues for aircraft trying to take off or land in the skies..  | Read.. 
Number quibble dogs rogue hunt
'A simple biometric identification limited only to the capital market may not establish identity an..  | Read.. 
Back-office fights blues
Kkaran Bahree and Pratibha Srikant Murthy represent the two faces of the tragedy that engulfs I..  | Read.. 
Monsanto faces royalty heat
The Andhra Pradesh government plans to take Mahyco-Monsanto Biotechnology Company to the Monopo..  | Read.. 
Pipeline pact next month
Pakistan, India and Iran will finalise the tripartite framework agreement and project structure of ..  | Read.. 
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