The Telegraph
Tuesday , June 18 , 2013

Status-quo on rates

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) today hit the pause button on interest rates, worried over inflationary pressures emanating from high food prices and a depreciating rupee....   | Read..

Little scope for loans turning cheaper

Finance minister P. Chidambaram could face resistance from bankers when he tries to nudge them at a meeting scheduled later this month to cut their lending rates....   | Read..

SBI bonds to bring in dollars

The Centre may ask the State Bank of India to issue long term foreign currency denominated infrastructure bonds targeting NRIs and other overseas investors to rake in muc...   | Read..

Trade gap widens in May

A nearly 90 per cent annual jump in gold and silver imports saw the country’s trade deficit rise to a seven month high of $20.14 billion in May from $17.8 billion i...   | Read..

July date for Air Costa flight

AirAsia India has competition. Air Costa — which touts itself as the first ever regional domestic airline based out of Andhra Pradesh — is looking to ape Tony...   | Read..
Status-quo on rates

 Press Releases

Haldia Petro MD set to get extension

Sumantra Choudhury, the incumbent managing director of Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd (HPL), is likely to get another shot at...   | Read..

Dena to expand in east

Public sector Dena Bank is looking to strengthen its presence in the east and venture into the overseas market. ...   | Read..

Free roaming option for mobile users

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) today allowed free mobile roaming on payment of a fixed fee from July 1 and...   | Read..



GMR relief


Coal notice


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