The Telegraph
Wednesday , June 25 , 2014
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Rail relief for suburban fare

Bowing to pressure from within and from allies, the government today partially rolled back some of its stiff railway fare hike proposals by exempting second class suburban travel up to 80 km from the 14.2 per cent rise in fares and reducing the severity of the increase for monthly season ticket...   | Read..

Diesel model for other fuels

The government is considering a proposal to raise cooking gas and kerosene prices in a staggered manner to cut the ballooning subsidy bill....   | Read..

Airline pact gains altitude

Star Alliance — a global grouping of leading international airlines — is open to inducting one more Indian carrier. ...   | Read..

RBI bid to boost financial inclusion

The Reserve Bank of India today allowed non-banking finance companies (NBFCs) to serve as business correspondents. ...   | Read..

Retail set to grow 5-fold in five years

The organised retail segment in India is expected to grow five-fold to touch the $200-billion-mark in the next five to seven years from $40 billion now, a report by the C...   | Read..

Reliance Life makes claims easy

Reliance Life Insurance Company Ltd today announced that death claims would be settled within 12 working days....   | Read..
Rail relief for suburban fare

 Press Releases

R-Com opts for share sale to pare debt

Reliance Communications Ltd (R-Com) is set to raise around Rs 4,300 crore through share sale to...   | Read..

Mangalore Chem bids under Sebi scanner

The Securities and Exchange Board of India has sought clarifications from the two rival bidder...   | Read..



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