The Telegraph
Monday , February 13 , 2017

Bad Bank to tackle asset worry

The government is considering setting up a "Bad Bank" that will buy out sticky assets of other state-run banks and try to either recover the money or sell off assets underlying those loans.   | Read..

Sluggish demand hits Coal India net

Coal India has reported a 20.25 per cent dip in net profit for the third quarter ended December on account of a marginal growth in production and offtake, subdued...   | Read..

Questions raised on huge cash pile

Infosys' former CFO, T.V. Mohandas Pai, today exhorted institutional investors to raise questions about the huge cash pile on the company's books and governance issues, as...   | Read..

Air India lesson for oil merger

The government should be cautious with its plan to merge state-owned oil companies such as ONGC and IOC, analysts said.   | Read..

Sebi move to protect minority investors

As IT giant Infosys remains embroiled in differences between its founders and the top management, market regulator Sebi is keeping a "close watch" on all the...   | Read..

Interim chairman call

Former Infosys CFO V. Balakrishnan today said an interim chairman should be appointed at the earliest to "effectively" engage with its billionaire co-founders.   | Read..

Tatas to roll out Tigor

Tata Motors' next big launch is going to be sedan Tigor. The car, so far known as the Kite5 concept and first showcased at the Auto Expo 2016, will be launched soon.   | Read..

Tea plucks rich harvest in 2016

Tea production has hit a three-year high at 1,239.15 million kg in 2016, an increase of 2.52 per cent from 1,208.66 million kg a year ago.   | Read..
Bad Bank to tackle asset worry

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