The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Steelmakers to meet Mittal in his lair
Who is afraid of L.N. Mittal' Not us: that seems to be the chorus from a motley group of steelmakers who are accompanying steel minister Ram Vilas Paswan on a trip to Mittal’s recently acquired Arcelor plant in Luxembourg via London and Amsterd ...  | Read.. 
Govt gets cracking on limited liability bill
The department of company affairs will place a draft bill to allow setting up of limited liability partnership firms before ...  | Read.. 
Debt recast, VRS pills to revive Hind Cables
The ministry of heavy industries has prepared a plan to revive the ailing Hindustan Cables Ltd (HCL) through debt restructur ...  | Read.. 
Commodity prices to simmer down
Aluminium and copper prices rose to two-month and one-month highs respectively last week before profit-taking set in. Metal p ...  | Read.. 
US outfits preferred catch for India Inc
The US is the most preferred destination for overseas acquisitions by Indian companies, accounting for investments worth $22 ...  | Read.. 
Mittal, Paswan: Rendezvous in Europe
At mutual funds, pay beats performance
Asset management companies are forking out mega bucks to find managers for their mutual funds, spar..  | Read.. 
Facelift for Bombay High
The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) plans to invest Rs 12,000 crore in Bombay High. The comp..  | Read.. 
Leading IT players keen to invest in Orissa
Bhubaneswar is set to become the favourite Tier-II destination of IT companies. Vishal Dev, directo..  | Read.. 
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