The Telegraph
Wednesday , February 12 , 2014

Govt set to hang up on Vodafone

The government has decided to halt truce talks with Vodafone on a Rs 7,900-crore tax dispute case and proceed to collect its dues after the UK-based telecom company insisted on bringing transfer pricing disputes within the ambit of negotiations....   | Read..

US ties get solar power shock

India-US commercial ties came under fresh strain today when New Delhi vowed to counter any US move to stymie India’s solar power programme....   | Read..

Lower trade gap in Jan

The country’s trade deficit narrowed to $9.92 billion in January, helped by a 77 per cent fall in gold and silver imports even as exports grew about 4 per cent....   | Read..

Car woes deepen

Car sales fell for the fourth straight month in January by 7.59 per cent to 1.60 lakh units compared with 1.73 lakh units in the same month last year, the Society of Indi...   | Read..

Tata Steel shines

Tata Steel today reported a consolidated net profit of Rs 503 crore for the third quarter ended December 31 against a loss of Rs 763 crore in the corresponding quarter a ...   | Read..

New rules for bank group loan

Commercial banks in the country will have to conform to new exposure limits in their own group entities beginning October 1....   | Read..
Govt set to hang up on Vodafone

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Tech exports to gain pace next fiscal

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Amway R&D unit

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