The Telegraph
Monday , February 6 , 2017

Tech pricey plan to beat Trump

Indian IT companies will seek a temporary increase in payouts for services rendered to US giants if the Trump administration's proposed H-1B visa curbs come into place.   | Read..

Merger drill hits oil hunt

The budget move to integrate state-owned oil and gas companies to provide them financial strength for energy security could delay the auction of blocks under the ambitious...   | Read..

AI lease plan for landmark city building

Air India will lease out part of its iconic six-storey building on Chittaranjan Avenue in Calcutta as the national carrier struggles with its finances.   | Read..

Nano future hangs fire

Remaining non-committal over the future course of the Nano, Tata Motors said the decisions would be taken in alignment with the board as the time and the need appeared.   | Read..

Chandra missed RBI note ban meet

TCS chief executive officer N. Chandrasekaran was one of the two directors who did not attend the November 8 meeting of the RBI's central board that was called within a day...   | Read..

ICICI digital gains

ICICI Bank, the country's largest private sector lender, has witnessed a robust growth in digital transactions after demonetisation in various segments such as mobile,...   | Read..

Hope for tea in budget blues

The budget has not offered any specific incentive to the tea industry, but certain provisions for the rural and agricultural sectors may prove to be helpful.   | Read..
Tech pricey plan to beat Trump

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