The Telegraph
Tuesday , February 4 , 2014

Cash clue in spectrum show

The government’s gambit to auction spectrum ahead of the interim budget is paying off with bids likely to result in earnings of Rs 41,918 crore, much higher than the Rs 11,300 crore initially estimated....   | Read..

Indirect tax tweak on menu

Finance minister P. Chidambaram is likely to style his interim budget for 2014-15 on Jaswant Singh’s vote-on-account in 2004, with changes in indirect taxes, which ...   | Read..

Tea output rises 6.5% in 2013

Tea output grew 6.5 per cent to 1,200.04 million kg in 2013 from 1,126.33 million kg in the previous year. ...   | Read..

Growth fear hits stocks

Stocks wobbled again on Monday sending the bellwether Sensex tumbling by another 304 points as worries about growth in India and China were accentuated by new data that emerg...   | Read..

Optimism about salary hike

A majority of employees in the country expect better salary hikes in 2014 compared with the previous years, spurred by hopes of brighter economic prospects, a survey by HR se...   | Read..

Natural gas cheaper

Compressed natural gas and piped gas will cost considerably less, benefiting consumers in many parts of the country just months before the general elections. ...   | Read..
P. Chidambaram in New Delhi on Monday. Picture by Rajesh Kumar

 Press Releases

Ford takes wraps off Figo Concept

Ford has unveiled the Figo Concept at its global launch here today. The move is aimed at strengthen...   | Read..

Zest, Bolt to help Tatas step on gas

Tata Motors has unveiled two cars the Zest and the Bolt after a gap of four years. The Zest is...   | Read..

Lupin acquires Dutch firm

Drug major Lupin today announced the acquisition of Netherlands-based Nanomi BV for an undisclosed amount....   | Read..



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