The Telegraph
Monday , June 6 , 2016
Business

Bargain chips few in trade talks

India, looking to wrap up free trade talks with the European Union and Australia, may now have to give more concessions. These trading partners are awaiting the outcome of other regional trade...   | Read..
 

Peer lender makes a mark

Two Indian entrepreneurs have set up one of the first "peer to peer" lending start-ups in Singapore in association with the National University of Singapore and...   | Read..
 

FM concern over rising crude price

Finance minister Arun Jaitley has said India can handle the current level of crude prices but higher rates will impact the economy and lead to inflationary pressure. Global...   | Read..
 

Reality check on bullet train ambition

France's national railway company SNCF, studying the feasibility of upgrading the New Delhi-Chandigarh line, is keen to partner Indian Railways to turn the line into a...   | Read..
 

Rains to improve paint fortunes

Paint manufacturers are banking on a better monsoon for demand to improve in the current fiscal.   | Read..
 
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Have a safe trip

Travelling is one of the greatest pleasures of life and no one wants to ruin a vacation simply because of a little ignorance. A vacation means adventure, fun and...   | Read..
 

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