The Telegraph
Monday , December 12 , 2016

Tatas, Mistry trade EGM eve salvos

Tata Sons in a four-page statement to the shareholders of Tata Group companies today said the continuation of Cyrus Mistry was likely to lead to the fragmentation of the $103-billion group as it...   | Read..

Tax balm on cash pain

The BJP-led government is considering a change in personal income-tax slabs as well as tax rates to placate its large middle-class vote bank hit by the demonetisation drive.   | Read..

Key issue gets the miss in GST meet

The Centre and the states today failed to sort out the contentious issue of dual control of assessees in goods and services tax, putting at risk the April 1 deadline of the...   | Read..

Divestment target under risk

A slowdown in the economy and muted investor confidence can hamper the government's Rs 56,500-crore divestment target even as it lines up stake sales in some PSUs.   | Read..

A case of colours clouds outlook for Darjeelings

Geographical protection to just "black" Darjeeling tea and not to the "green" and "white" varieties is hurting the entire supply chain - from...   | Read..

Cash comfort at retail outlets

Retail outlets, including Future Group's Big Bazaar and multiplex chain Inox Leisure, have started to dispense cash to drive footfalls and incremental sales that have...   | Read..
Tatas, Mistry trade EGM eve salvos

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