The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 15 , 2014

Tax break eludes CSR spend

India Inc has started to groan after the Narendra Modi-government refused to grant a tax break for expenditure they have to make to meet corporate social responsibility (CSR) obligations spelt out under the Companies Act 2013....   | Read..

Drug stocks take a tumble

Shares of pharma companies took a hard knock today after the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) fixed the price of medicines used to treat diabetes and card...   | Read..

Inflation falls to 5.43%

Falling prices of some essential food items, including vegetables, pulled down inflation both at the retail and wholesale levels in June, although the bleak monsoon situation...   | Read..

More levy on RIL

Petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan today told Parliament that the government had slapped an additional penalty of $579 million on Reliance Industries Ltd for producing...   | Read..

Emirate showcases advantages

Ras al-Khaimah, one of the seven emirates comprising the UAE, is keen to attract foreign direct investment. It intends to cash in on its cost competitiveness vis--vis th...   | Read..
Probir Chakraborty in Calcutta on Monday. Picture by Kishor Roy Chowdhury

 Press Releases

Jindal delay forces OCL tweak

OCL India Ltd, a flagship company of Dalmia Cement Bharat, has tweaked its plan and decided to ...   | Read..

Rules to widen FDI ambit

The Reserve Bank of India today relaxed rules relating to foreign investment when it allowed ...   | Read..



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