The Telegraph
Friday , March 7 , 2014
Business

Magic market moment

The Sensex surged to a life-time high of 21525.14 as foreign investors scrambled to scoop up stocks, buoyed by hopes that the worst may be over for the Indian economy and a new reform-minded government will soon be in place after next month’s general elections....   | Read..
 

Genpact to buy back shares

BPO major Genpact will repurchase its common shares worth up to $300 million (about Rs 1,839 crore) under a modified “Dutch auction” tender offer starting today. ...   | Read..
 

Govt sets IOC sale price

ONGC and Oil India will buy a 10 per cent stake of the government in Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) at Rs 220 per share next week. ...   | Read..
 

Bengal rural credit growth in slow lane

Bankers are getting cautious on lending in rural Bengal for fear of non-recovery of dues. ...   | Read..
 

Bid to address US drug patent worries

India and the US will discuss Washington’s fears that New Delhi’s compulsory licensing regime will affect the next-generation drugs on which US companies are ...   | Read..
 

Vedanta picks new CEO

Vedanta Resources Plc has appointed Tom Albanese as chief executive, pinning its hopes on the former Rio Tinto Plc head to transform the India-focused miner into a global res...   | Read..
 
Magic market moment


 Press Releases

Gems imports up 8%

Gems and jewellery imports rose 8 per cent to Rs 15,161 crore in January on the back of increas...   | Read..
 
 
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Taj hotel lease

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Central Bank

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Funds mop-up

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Coal blocks