The Telegraph
Thursday , March 6 , 2014

Purnendu set to take charge of HPL

The warring founding promoters of Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd — The Chatterjee Group (TCG) and the Bengal government — has decided to bury the hatchet with the former soon taking over the management of the state’s showcase industrial project, The Telegraph has learnt....   | Read..

CAD on comfort course

India’s current account deficit (CAD) fell to a four-year low at $4.2 billion in the third quarter ended December 31, or 0.9 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP...   | Read..

PC rules out poll fetters on key steps

The government will take a call on cutting the import duty on gold after reviewing the full-year current account deficit figure and the RBI could issue a few bank licence...   | Read..

StanChart issues alert

Standard Chartered Plc today cautioned that its performance during the first half could remain under pressure as emerging markets continued to face challenging conditions...   | Read..

Reliance partners lend support

Niko Resources and global major BP — the two partners of Reliance Industries in the KG-D6 blocks — have said they will shoulder the bank guarantee for gettin...   | Read..

Search for tax evaders

Tax authorities may soon send notice to about 2,000 individuals in Bengal who have not submitted their returns as part of a drive to tap defaulters. ...   | Read..
Purnendu set to take charge of HPL

 Press Releases

DVC to sell power to Karnataka

The Damodar Valley Corporation (DVC) has signed power purchase agreements with five electric su...   | Read..

Sanofi takes Glenmark to court

French drug-maker Sanofi has filed a patent infringement petition against Glenmark on cardiac drug ...   | Read..



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