The Telegraph
Thursday , August 1 , 2013

Mix of pills to cure multiple ills

The government is considering a slew of measures to prop up the falling rupee — long-term NRI funds, overseas borrowings by public sector units, investments by foreign sovereign wealth funds and easier ECB rules....   | Read..

Double delight for ICICI net

ICICI Bank today met Street estimates when it reported a 25 per cent growth in stand-alone net profit at Rs 2,274 crore in the first quarter ended June 30, which was unde...   | Read..

New port projects get tariff freedom

The shipping ministry today announced the long-awaited tariff de-regulation at the country’s major port projects as part of its drive to ratchet up investment in th...   | Read..

Airtel suffers 10% profit dip

Bharti Airtel’s consolidated net profit fell 9.6 per cent to Rs 688.9 crore in the first quarter ended June because of a depreciation in the rupee and higher taxes....   | Read..

Kesoram cements plan

Kesoram Industries, the flagship of BK Birla Group, will set up a 3 million tonnes per annum cement plant at Solapur, Maharashtra, at an investment of Rs 500 crore....   | Read..
P. Chidambaram in New Delhi on Wednesday. Picture by Prem Singh
Mix of pills to cure multiple ills

 Press Releases

Unrest in hills to impact tea

Repeated disruptions in Darjeeling over the demand for Gorkhaland are likely to impact tea export orders, shake buyer co...   | Read..

China hitch in Apollo deal

Nearly 5,000 Chinese workers at a Sino-US joint venture tyre manufacturer are on strike to protest the American parent c...   | Read..

Rupee rescued in final lap

The rupee today recovered from near-record lows and closed with gains against the dollar after Union finance minister P. Chi...   | Read..

Yes Bank hikes rates

Yes Bank today hiked its lending and deposit rates by up to 50 basis points, becoming the first lender to raise rates af...   | Read..



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