The Telegraph
Friday , February 27 , 2015

Big dreams to run on loan track

The railways will need to borrow, borrow and borrow some more in order to rustle up the huge amount of cash it needs to rebuild its network and create a range of assets that will take it into a...   | Read..

Good news for wagon makers

Private wagon makers have welcomed the railway ministry's decision to increase the procurement of wagons to 16,800 for 2015-16.   | Read..

Freight rate hike to hit key commodities

Railway minister Suresh Prabhu took advantage of benign inflation to hike the freight rates of key commodities such as grains, pulses, coal, cement, iron and steel by as...   | Read..

Prabhu proposals derail stocks

Rail minister Suresh Prabhu's maiden budget today disappointed stock markets and led to the Sensex dropping 261 points to 28746.65.   | Read..

Engine for economic growth

Enter Suresh Prabhu, the businessman! The size of the plan budget for the railways has gone up 52 per cent to Rs 1,00,011 crore in 2015-16 from Rs 65,798 crore in 2014-15....   | Read..

StanChart reshuffle

British lender Standard Chartered Bank today announced a new global CEO and a new head for Asia, in place of incumbents Peter Sands and Jaspal Bindra, respectively.   | Read..

Sebi heat on DLF

In the biggest-ever penalty in a single case, Sebi today slapped fines totalling Rs 86 crore on realty giant DLF, its top executives, their family members and various other...   | Read..
Big dreams to run on loan track

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