The Telegraph
Saturday , August 3 , 2013

First lady MD for State Bank

Yet another woman has managed to break through the glass ceiling in banking. Arundhati Bhattacharya, managing director & CEO of SBI Capital Markets, was today appointed the managing director and chief financial officer of the State Bank of India (SBI). ...   | Read..

Quick route option for rail tariff body

The law ministry is exploring the possibility of setting up the rail tariff regulator through an executive order rather than Parliament approval as this will save time. T...   | Read..

Exide in search of new insurance ally

Exide Industries is scouting for partners for its life insurance business. The city-based firm is reportedly in talks with Canada-based Manulife Financial Corp and South ...   | Read..

Rupee ends at new low

The rupee today crashed to an all-time closing low of 61.10 against the dollar, casting doubts on the efficacy of the RBI’s recent attempts to squeeze out liquidi...   | Read..

Fund to help sick firms meet Sebi stake norms

The government has taken a special aprroach to facilitate selloffs in six sick PSUs to make them meet the minimum 10 per cent public shareholding norm stipulated by Sebi....   | Read..
Bhattacharya: New role
First lady MD for State Bank

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Exim Bank sets growth target

The Export-Import Bank of India is eyeing a 15-20 per cent growth in loan portfolio this fiscal on the back of a rising ...   | Read..

Berger ready for fresh price hike

City-based Berger Paints is planning to hike prices by 2.5 per cent from September, resulting in a total rise in prices ...   | Read..

Rossell bets big on tea, food chain

Rossell India Ltd, which has interests in tea, hospitality and aviation, is eyeing a 30 per cent growth in revenue this ...   | Read..



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