The Telegraph
Thursday , October 13 , 2016
Business

Asset burden on banks to ease

Reserve Bank of India governor Urjit Patel and his cohorts in the monetary policy committee (MPC) have started to quietly rip up parts of Raghuram Rajan's playbook.   | Read..
 

Toyota, Suzuki mull tie-up

In a foreshadowing of a possible new alliance in the automobile industry, Toyota and Suzuki said on Wednesday that they were discussing a wide-ranging business partnership.   | Read..
 

India bid to fast-track BRICS rating agency

India will urge other BRICS nations to agree to a rating agency, which will initially rate bonds issued by the New Development Bank (NDB), an institution formed by the...   | Read..
 

Oil giants to step up drill in Russia

A consortium led by Oil India is in talks to acquire up to a 49 per cent stake in Rosneft's Vankor Cluster assets in Siberia as part of the government's strategy to secure...   | Read..
 

IndusInd net up 26%

IndusInd Bank today met Street estimates when it reported a 26 per cent growth in its September-quarter net profit at Rs 704.26 crore compared with Rs 560.04 crore a year ago.   | Read..
 

Cargo job rejig at Haldia

The Calcutta Port Trust may stop handling coal and iron from a berth that is set to deploy mobile harbour cranes from next week.   | Read..
 

Renault, Nissan recall cars

Franco-Japanese auto alliance Renault-Nissan is recalling nearly 51,000 units of two entry-level cars, Renault Kwid and Datsun redi-GO, in India to rectify faulty fuel...   | Read..
 

SsangYong set to drive into China

Mahindra Group's South Korean arm SsangYong Motor Co has formed a joint venture with China's Shaanxi Automobile Group to set up a manufacturing plant in the world's largest...   | Read..
 
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