The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nuclear power on FDI menu
India is likely to lift rules that require the government to have a 51 per cent stake in companies producing nuclear energy and eventually allow foreign direct investment (FDI) in nuclear power. ...  | Read.. 
Buzz gets louder on Anil telecom firm
When Reliance-ADAG chairman Anil Dhirubhai Ambani strikes the gong at the rotunda of the Bombay Stock Exchange on Monday, he ...  | Read.. 
Tax tweak traps hybrid mutuals
The change in the definition of equity-oriented mutual funds will put the skids on hybrid funds as they will now end up ...  | Read.. 
Drought in Kenya puts tea prices on fire
Kenya has suffered a 47 per cent drop in tea production in January. This can lead to a massive price correction in Indian te ...  | Read.. 
Freight corridor key to Calcutta port
Calcutta port may lose a significant volume of container cargo in the near future if the proposed freight corridor is not ex ...  | Read.. 
Room for more
Nuclear power on FDI menu
Survey to ensure gold purity
The Bureau of India Standards (BIS) is planning to launch a fresh survey to determine the extent to..  | Read.. 
Spotlight on emerging markets kitty
The sensex continues to defy gravity, in spite of the fact that all that the Union budget has done i..  | Read.. 
MRPL update
The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation has approved a Rs 8000-crore proposal to upgrade Mangalore Refi..  | Read.. 
HP bets big on small business
Hewlett-Packard India Pvt Ltd (HP) will aggressively target the small and medium business (SMB) uni..  | Read.. 
US firm zeroes in on Bengal
CBF Manufacturing, a mid-size US engineering company, is planning to set up a speciality foundry-ba..  | Read.. 
Shipyards seek tax relief
The shipping ministry has asked the finance ministry to explore possibilities of providing service ..  | Read.. 
AT&T plans BellSouth buy
AT&T Corp is planning to acquire BellSouth Corp, according to several people familiar with the ..  | Read.. 
GM to sell 20% stake in Suzuki
General Motors Corp is planning to sell its 20 per cent stake in Japanese compact car maker Suzuki ..  | Read.. 
MMTC to set up wind farm
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Tata Tele stake
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Fiscal deficit
Emaar plan
Nalwa Esops
Kotak move