The Telegraph
Saturday , March 18 , 2017

Plastic push for Rs 10 notes

The finance ministry has shortlisted three global money makers to supply 1 billion plastic and semi-plastic ten-rupee notes which will be tried out from September.   | Read..

Rel Cap lists growth areas

Reliance Capital -which recently made huge gains by selling a per cent of its stake in One97 Communications - expects to monetise all its non-core investments by March next...   | Read..

Radio City operator impresses on debut

Music Broadcast, the Jagran Group company that runs Radio City FM channel, today made a decent debut on the bourses. Its shares listed at a premium of 26 per cent over the...   | Read..

New plan to tackle bad loans

The government is considering a proposal to shuffle the heads of some public sector lenders, including IDBI Bank, to improve their performance and resolve the issue of bad...   | Read..

Shoppers Stop bets on omnichannel model

Lifestyle retail chain Shoppers Stop Limited will have not only offline stores but also an online presence, investing Rs 60 crore in this integrated omnichannel that will...   | Read..

Hope for Mittal venture with SAIL

The government today said it is hopeful that SAIL and ArcelorMittal will resolve their differences over the setting up of a Rs 5,000-crore autograde steel plant before May.   | Read..

Campaign for protection

HDFC chairman Deepak Parekh today urged the government to take a "protectionist" stand to safeguard the interest of domestic companies, while raising the "Be...   | Read..

Centre seeks more grants for spending

The government has sought Parliament's approval for extra funds to meet its commitments towards higher salary of its staff under the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations...   | Read..
Plastic push for Rs 10 notes

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