The Telegraph
Friday , June 20 , 2014

Steps to spread equity cult

Sebi today asked all listed PSUs to ensure that public shareholding in them must be at least 25 per cent within three years. The regulator also unveiled reforms to boost the primary market as well as new norms for research analysts and employee stock option schemes....   | Read..

PSU share norm to fatten govt purse

The government may reap a bonanza of at least Rs 70,000 crore from Sebi’s decision to force all listed PSUs to park at least 25 per cent of their stakes with the pu...   | Read..

Bengal calls off stake sale in HPL

The Bengal government has terminated the stake sale process in Haldia Petrochemicals (HPL), drawing the curtains over a year-long process marred by controversies a...   | Read..

Minister charts coal course

The coal ministry has said increasing the production of Coal India Ltd (CIL) is a more “pressing issue” compared with the restructuring of the state-run miner...   | Read..

UAE route for Iran oil dues

Indian crude refiners who owe money to Iran will clear part of their dues through the central bank of the UAE under an interim nuclear arrangement that has allowed Tehran...   | Read..

HM to seek lender nod to sell foundry

The management of Hindustan Motors plans to meet the company’s lenders later this month to obtain their approval to divest the forging and foundry units at the Utta...   | Read..
Piyush Goyal in Calcutta on Thursday. A Telegraph picture
Minister charts coal course

 Press Releases

GMR wins Male airport case

GMR Infrastructure today said it won arbitration proceedings in the Male airport case and the t...   | Read..



Reddy’s drug recall


Swiss bank


Jet deal hurdle




Core funds


Mindtree move