The Telegraph
Friday , April 29 , 2016

FM sticks to gold levy

The Narendra Modi-government today signalled that it would not back down on the 1 per cent excise duty that was slapped on gold jewellers in the recent budget.   | Read..

Tatas prefer single buyer for UK sale

The Tatas have said that they intend to sell Port Talbot and the downstream units linked to its UK steel strips business to a single buyer amid reports that potential...   | Read..

Vistara date for city landing

Full-service carrier Vistara plans to start a Delhi-Calcutta flight in mid-June, making the city its 18th destination in the country.   | Read..

Stocks suffer a Japan jolt

The Sensex today crashed more than 461 points, its biggest single-day fall in three weeks, after the Bank of Japan (BoJ) decided against a fresh stimulus and investors in...   | Read..

Peer lending rules set

The RBI today sought to bring peer-to-peer (P2P) lending under its purview by proposing a set of rules to regulate the sector.   | Read..

Fresh bids called for Demdima

The Tea Board today invited fresh bids to take over the management of the Demdima tea estate of the Duncans Goenka group, which operates under Santipara Tea Company.   | Read..

Mark bid to keep grip on FB

Mark Zuckerberg nurtured Facebook from a dorm room idea into the world's biggest social network. Now the company is taking steps to ensure its founder remains in charge.   | Read..
FM sticks to gold levy

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