The Telegraph
Thursday , August 10 , 2017

Shell-shocked firms tap tribunal

A number of firms today approached the Securities and Appellate Tribunal (SAT) seeking a stay on the trading curbs imposed on them by Sebi amid reports that the capital market regulator may give...   | Read..

Telecom tonic on way

An inter-ministerial panel is set to decide on a relief package for telecom companies that may include a moratorium or discount on licence fees, a relaxed payment schedule...   | Read..

JLR pension tweak fuels TaMo profit

Buoyed by a one-time gain, Tata Motors today reported a 42 per cent growth in consolidated net profit for the first quarter ended June 30. Net profit came in at Rs 3,182.26...   | Read..

Taro pain for Sun scrip

Shares of Sun Pharma fell over 5 per cent today after its subsidiary Taro Pharmaceutical Industries reported disappointing numbers for the June quarter.   | Read..

Move to skirt open offer in HPCL deal

The government has modified the terms of sale of its 51.11 per cent stake in HPCL to ONGC to ensure that the selloff does not necessitate an open offer to minority...   | Read..

BoI back in the black

Lower provisions and higher total income helped Bank of India (BoI) to swing back to profit in the April-June quarter of 2017-18. The bank's net profit came in at Rs 87.71...   | Read..

Darjeeling tea export alarm

McLeod Russel, the world's largest bulk tea producer, has warned that a 33-year-old situation may return to haunt Darjeeling when India had lost a major share in the...   | Read..
Shell-shocked firms tap tribunal

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