The Telegraph
Monday , July 11 , 2016

Oil firms seek levy review

Domestic oil producers ONGC, Oil India and Cairn India have asked the government to take a relook at the cess on crude as the levy at an ad valorem rate of 20 per cent is not offering much relief.   | Read..

Port rate relief for steel leaders

The Calcutta Port Trust and private port operator Jindal ITF have slashed their transhipment rates to lure big boys SAIL and Tata Steel to bring in more cargo to Haldia.   | Read..

Airtel bags Aircel spectrum rights

The telecom ministry is learnt to have cleared the Rs 3,500-crore 4G spectrum trading deal between service providers Bharti Airtel and Aircel.   | Read..

Power energiser for Essar

The $27-billion Essar group is looking at a sharp improvement in the performance of its power vertical, led by the better operational efficiency of its key strategic...   | Read..

Funds fillip for Coal India

The coal ministry has estimated an almost 30 per cent jump in plan outlay for the three PSUs under its fold in 2016-17.   | Read..

Mallya rejects charges

A day after United Spirits disclosed a Rs 1,225-crore fund diversion by erstwhile promoters to entities linked to Vijay Mallya, the embattled businessman today said all...   | Read..

Eat, SIP & relax

It's a common saying that little drops of water make a mighty ocean. This wisdom can extend to our investments as well. It is not always necessary to invest large sums of...   | Read..

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