The Telegraph
Saturday , November 29 , 2014


The economy slowed in the last quarter though much less than feared, giving the Reserve Bank ammunition to resist pressure to cut interest rates while increasing calls to step up government reforms.   | Read..

Market cap of stocks hits magic mark

In a new milestone, investor wealth on the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) hit Rs 100 lakh crore today, a ten-fold rise in a little over a decade.   | Read..

Gold import rule rejig stuns all

The Reserve Bank today eased the restrictions on gold imports by scrapping the 80:20 scheme, which stipulated that at least 20 per cent of the imported metal should be...   | Read..

Sebi targets idle cash of firms

The capital market watchdog may make it mandatory for listed companies with huge cash piles to devise a dividend distribution policy.   | Read..

Govt to cut stakes in banks

The government plans to earn about Rs 89,120 crore by selling stakes in state-run banks.   | Read..

India set to export first warship

India is expected to see its first export of a warship next month to Mauritius. The offshore patrol vessel (OPV) christened CGS Barracuda has been built by Garden Reach...   | Read..

CAG drills hole in RIL gas cost claim

Reliance Industries should not be allowed to recover $357 million as costs from its KG-D6 oil and gas block, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) said today.   | Read..

ICAI seeks mandatory bank audit

The Institute of Chartered Accountants today said it has approached the central government for the mandatory audit of bank branches across the country.   | Read..

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