The Telegraph
Wednesday , January 8 , 2014

Payout pressure mounts

The finance ministry has stepped up pressure on blue-chip PSUs to pay higher or special dividends this year. Lower-than-expected tax inflows and higher expenditure have raised the grim prospect of the government missing its fiscal deficit target....   | Read..

Panel pill for bank overhaul

Pencil in a date: January 1, 2016 — that is just under two years from now. ...   | Read..

Indian Oil selloff in pipeline

The government is likely to go ahead with the stake sale of Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), though the state-owned company and the oil ministry are vehemently opposed to ...   | Read..

Curbs on gold to stay

The finance ministry is unwilling to give in to the pleas by jewellers and the commerce ministry to relax the 10-per-cent duty on gold imports, which has led to an improv...   | Read..

Honda moves to new City

Honda Cars India Limited expects the bulk of the sales of its latest variant of the City to come from small towns and rural areas. ...   | Read..

Yellen wins Senate nod for Fed post

Janet Yellen was today confirmed as the chairwoman of the US Federal Reserve by the Senate, making her the first woman to lead the world’s most powerful central bank in...   | Read..
Payout pressure mounts

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Spectrum levy awaits final call

The Telecom Commission was unable to decide on whether to replace a differentiated fee for spec...   | Read..



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