The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Oil hunt winners get prizes
The empowered committee of secretaries today approved the winning bids for the 52 oil and gas blocks that were up for sale in the sixth round of the new exploration licensing policy (Nelp-VI). ...  | Read.. 
Cooking fuel prop to stay
The subsidy on domestic cooking gas and kerosene supplied to the public distribution system will be extended beyond the Marc ...  | Read.. 
$1bn feather in TCS revenue cap
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) beat street expectations to post a 45 per cent jump in consolidated net profit at Rs 1,116 c ...  | Read.. 
Sensex scales new peak
The sensex maintained its scorching pace for the third consecutive session to set a new record at 14129.64, up 73.11 points ...  | Read.. 
Wal-Mart venture with Bharti okayed
The commerce ministry has given its final clearance to global retail major Wal-Mart for a joint venture with Bharti. ...  | Read.. 
TCS chief executive S. Ramadorai with S. Manabhan, global head of human resources, in Mumbai on Monday. (Fotocorp)

Windfall awaits Nestle shareholders
Nestle India today said its board of directors has approved a proposal to distribute about Rs 86 cr..  | Read.. 
SingTel sets sights on Vodafone stake in Airtel
Adding spice to the ongoing telecom take-over drama in the country, Singapore Telecommunications (S..  | Read.. 
Phone user base at 190 million
The number of telephone subscribers in India surged to 189.93 million in December 2006, taking the ..  | Read.. 
February date for spot trade in farm crops
The countryís first bourse for spot trading in agriculture commodities may be up and running ..  | Read.. 
Govt bets on further fall in crude price
Petroleum secretary M.S. Srinivasan said the government expected crude oil prices to fall as specul..  | Read.. 
IPCL gives credit to cost cut for high profit
The Indian Petrochemicals Corporationís (IPCL) third-quarter net profit grew 40 per cent to Rs..  | Read.. 
Banks rule out SLR cut in medium term
Bankers believe that the Reserve Bank of India is unlikely to reduce the statutory liquidity ratio ..  | Read.. 
Big scope for Bengal in auto components
Bengal is gearing up to be a hub in auto components whose market size in India is estimated at $40 ..  | Read.. 
Tata Steel to buy Rawmet Ferrous
Tata Steel will buy 100 per cent of Calcutta-based Rawmet Ferrous Industries for an undisclosed sum..  | Read.. 
Ministry to start talks with airline employees
The empowered group of ministers (EGoM) headed by external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee today ..  | Read.. 
GE to buy aerospace unit for $4.8bn
General Electric (GE) has agreed to buy Britainís Smiths Groupís aerospace business for $..  | Read.. 
GM eyes Malaysian auto firm
General Motors (GM) has shown interest in Malaysiaís state-controlled auto firm, Proton Holdin..  | Read.. 
Citigroup, CDC tie the knot for African safari
CDC Group, a private equity investor owned by the British government, has teamed up with US banking..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
Salem ropes in Dasturco
Akruti IPO
RPG Trans
Rogers pact
Aban Offshore
Short sale move
Gold funds
Srei stake
Centurion plan
Zee demerger
SLR limit