The Telegraph
Wednesday , November 20 , 2013
Business

New bank salutes girl power

India today got its first “all-women” bank — a savings and lending institution that will be run by women and which will predominantly cater to women....   | Read..
 

Financial Tech sells Singapore outfit

Financial Technologies (India) Ltd (FTIL), the beleaguered trading platform provider, today announced the sale of its Singapore Mercantile Exchange (SMX) unit to Intercon...   | Read..
 

Vodafone offer for restart

Vodafone India has offered Rs 4,000 crore and a spectrum use charge of 3 per cent of revenues to extend its permits for Delhi, Mumbai and Calcutta, which will lapse next ...   | Read..
 

Luxury brands find new customer class

Open up to the “closet customer” — India’s new-generation rich — who is driving up sales of luxury brands in the country, according to a CII-IMR...   | Read..
 

HPL stake sale plan gets stuck

The Bengal government’s plan to transfer its shares in Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd to public sector energy giant IOC has hit another roadblock as Calcutta High Court ...   | Read..
 
New bank salutes girl power


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Debate on drug FDI

The Union cabinet remains divided on the steps to curb the foreign takeover of Indian drug firms that are major players ...   | Read..
 
 
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