The Telegraph
Monday , November 30 , 2015

States shy away from solar power

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's ambitious plan to bundle costlier solar power with cheap thermal power produced by older plants is coming unstuck with most state electricity boards refusing to sign...   | Read..

Split view on spectrum sale

Incumbent telecom operators such as Airtel, Vodafone and Idea do not want the government to auction the 700MHz band, while rival Reliance Jio Infocomm is likely to mop up a...   | Read..

Reliance faces cut in gas marketing margin

Reliance Industries is facing a 40 per cent cut in the marketing margin that it charges on selling KG-D6 gas to fertiliser and LPG plants after the government notified a...   | Read..

SBI Hyderabad checks default

The State Bank of Hyderabad expects to maintain its profitability in the second half of the fiscal with bad loans remaining under control.   | Read..

Pharma frets over US generic trend

The domestic pharmaceutical sector, which is already facing challenges such as increased scrutiny from the US Food and Drugs Administration (FDA), slower drug approvals and...   | Read..

Critical cover

The count of serious illnesses is escalating every day. Illnesses also mean loss of income, change in lifestyle and permanent disability.   | Read..

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