The Telegraph
Thursday , June 5 , 2014

Stake sale in bank duo on agenda

The finance ministry may consider selling part of its stakes in the State Bank of India and Punjab National Bank in the current financial year. ...   | Read..

ICICI Bank gears up for cash chase

ICICI Bank seems to have begun preparing itself for a turnaround in the domestic economy. The country’s largest private bank is planning to raise its borrowing limi...   | Read..

Sebi bid to tweak float rules

Capital markets regulator Sebi is looking to make more shares available to the common public in initial public offers and at the same time increase the quota of anchor in...   | Read..

Terms for Roy relief

The Supreme Court today dismissed Sahara chief Subrata Roy’s plea to be put under house arrest but allowed the group to sell its properties and pay Rs 10,000 crore ...   | Read..

Triumph sales drive

British motorcycle maker Triumph is targeting a three-fold increase in sales in India and plans to sell around 2,700 bikes in two years. ...   | Read..

Leeway for online retailers

The government may allow global online retailers such as to sell their own products as early as next month, removing restrictions that could boost competition in o...   | Read..
Stake sale in bank duo on agenda

 Press Releases

Companies act review proposal

Industry body CII today sought a comprehensive review of the new companies act, saying an “un...   | Read..

TVS eyes bigger pie

Two-wheeler maker TVS Motor Company is looking to improve its market share in the 100-125cc bik...   | Read..



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