The Telegraph
Thursday , December 1 , 2016

Growth data fail to lift spirits

India's gross domestic product (GDP) grew 7.3 per cent in the second quarter this fiscal - the fastest by any major economy - but that could be a chimera as growth could take a hit from the current...   | Read..

Limit on Jan Dhan withdrawals

The RBI has restricted withdrawals from Jan Dhan accounts to Rs 10,000 per month.   | Read..

Cashless tech hurdle

Telecom regulator Trai today said demonetisation had accelerated digital transactions in the country, but expressed concern over India trailing nations such as Singapore...   | Read..

Consensus on oil output cut

After years of trying fruitlessly to prop up energy markets, Opec on Wednesday finally reached a consensus on production cuts, sending oil prices soaring. The problem is,...   | Read..

Cash energiser for gas hunt

About $20 billion is likely to be invested in gas fields as the consumption of the fuel is expected to double to 240 million standard cubic metres per day (mmscmd) in the...   | Read..

Prop for start-ups

Industry leaders from different sectors have formed a grouping of start-ups known as StartFed to support entrepreneurs from the east.   | Read..

Support for Mistry removal

Proxy advisory company Institutional Investor Advisory Services India Ltd (IiAS) has asked the public shareholders of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) to vote in favour of a...   | Read..

Polish tech for Coal India

Poland is keen to offer technology to Coal India for underground mining.   | Read..

Indonesian liability

Tata Power will sell its 30 per cent stake in Indonesia-based coal company PT Arutmin for a sharply lower consideration of $246.64 million after entering into revised pacts...   | Read..
Growth data fail to lift spirits

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