The Telegraph
Monday , July 18 , 2016
Business

Due recovery bill eyes safe passage

The finance ministry will push for changes in debt recovery laws in the monsoon session of Parliament, which is set to begin from Monday. The tweak will allow banks to take over companies laden...   | Read..
 

Rajan takes on price baiters

RBI governor Raghuram Rajan has challenged his critics to show how inflation is "very low" before accusing him of "being behind the curve" in his focus...   | Read..
 

Bharti Realty city dream grows bigger

Bharti Realty, the real estate arm of Bharti Enterprises, is scouting for new projects in Calcutta as the Mittal family-owned company strives to consolidate its position in...   | Read..
 

HDFC Bank branch thrust

HDFC Bank, the country's second-largest private sector lender, continues to bet big on the brick-and-mortar model despite the rapid rise in digital transactions among its...   | Read..
 

Mobile norm counters Make in India

Mobile handset vendors have urged the finance ministry to review the new telecom equipment import norms that have increased the cost of manufacturing cell phones in the...   | Read..
 
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Safety net

The floods in Chennai last year have taught us an important lesson, the hard way of course. More than 1.8 million people were displaced while damages to property was...   | Read..
 

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