The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 8 , 2014

Sensex atop Mount 26K

The BSE Sensex today closed above the 26000-mark for the first time on expectations that finance minister Arun Jaitley would announce growth-oriented measures in the budget on Thursday. ...   | Read..

High-speed trains to get priority

The Narendra Modi-government’s maiden railway budget is likely to give a big push to plans for a high-speed train network. ...   | Read..

Rush to meet board norms

Corporate India will have to add 10 women directors every day to their boards to comply with a Sebi directive, which states that listed companies must have at least one w...   | Read..

Poverty estimates trigger debate

C. Rangarajan today defended his calculation that three out of 10 in India are poor, saying the poverty numbers provided by him were not conservative estimates and the me...   | Read..

UK offers tech help

The UK is keen on collaborating with India in combating climate change through the exchange of technology and expertise. ...   | Read..

Lafarge to retain local assets

New entity LafargeHolcim, which after the completion of its merger process may dethrone Aditya Birla Group’s UltraTech as India’s largest cement company, is unlik...   | Read..
Sensex atop Mount 26K

 Press Releases

Hero plant in Colombia

Hero MotoCorp is setting up a manufacturing facility in Colombia as it seeks to expand to 50 co...   | Read..

Mahindras in Finnish resort deal

Mahindra Holidays today said it had acquired an 18.8 per cent stake in European vacation owners...   | Read..



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