• New Satyam board meets today January 12, 2009

    The challenge is to ensure business continuity and stopping migration. ...
  • Govt comes to Satyam's rescue, appoints new board January 12, 2009

    Three eminent personalities have been appointed in Satyam's new board. ...
  • Govt stakes growth to fight high inflation August 7, 2008

    New Delhi: The proverbial you lose something to gain something comes to play in the countrys current economic scenario. Inflation will eat into growth. This is something that even the Chairman of the PM's Economic Advisory Council, C.Rangarajan has now conceded and admitted that the economy will grow no more...
  • Satyam launches national campus football challenge August 7, 2008

    The company is now betting big on sports as a segment. ...
  • IOC chairman clarifies LPG rationing move July 31, 2008

    Mounting losses have forced IOC to put all new LPG connections on hold. ...
  • The road ahead: Govt raring to push economic reforms July 24, 2008

    With the Left out of the picture, UPA wants to go ahead with pending bills. ...
  • Govt to not impose windfall profit tax on oil producers July 10, 2008

    Johannesburg: The IPL derby between defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings might have been reduced to a dead-rubber even before its start but both the teams were desperate to win the match for pride, Mumbai wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik said. Even before the first ball was bowled on Saturday...
  • Govt to not impose windfall profit tax on oil producers July 10, 2008

    Johannesburg: The IPL derby between defending champions Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings might have been reduced to a dead-rubber even before its start but both the teams were desperate to win the match for pride, Mumbai wicketkeeper Dinesh Karthik said. Even before the first ball was bowled on Saturday...
  • India lobbies with global energy giants for NSG waiver July 8, 2008

    Durban: Kolkata Knight Riders' offspinner Sunil Narine conceded that his IPL champion team buckled under pressure in the Champions League Twenty20 after being knocked out of the event in the group stage itself. KKR were sent packing after their third group match, against Perth Scorchers, was called off due to...
  • Bitter political pill: Kerosene subsidy not for all June 28, 2008

    A win by 23 runs in Twenty20 cricket is generally considered a sizeable victory; at times it is given additional weight when the two teams involved are heavyweights. But in the case of India’s 23-run win over Afghanistan on Wednesday at the Premadasa in Colombo, the margin of victory was...
  • India's fiscal deficit more than projected, says Reddy May 26, 2008

    Nottingham: West Indies wicketkeeper-batsman Denesh Ramdin has stressed the need for consistency if the Caribbean side are to get the better of England in the second Test starting on Friday at Trent Bridge. The tourists will be looking to level the series after losing the first Test at Lord's by...
  • India's fiscal deficit more than projected, says Reddy May 26, 2008

    Nottingham: West Indies wicketkeeper-batsman Denesh Ramdin has stressed the need for consistency if the Caribbean side are to get the better of England in the second Test starting on Friday at Trent Bridge. The tourists will be looking to level the series after losing the first Test at Lord's by...
  • Govt comes to the aid of bleeding oil PSUs May 24, 2008

    New Delhi: Pakistan limited-overs opener Nasir Jamshed has been ruled out of his countrys tour of Sri Lanka next month with a fractured left index finger. Jamshed who has played 16 ODIs since making his international debut in 2008 had been named in Pakistans ODI squad for the upcoming tour...
  • Govt comes to the aid of bleeding oil PSUs May 24, 2008

    New Delhi: Pakistan limited-overs opener Nasir Jamshed has been ruled out of his countrys tour of Sri Lanka next month with a fractured left index finger. Jamshed who has played 16 ODIs since making his international debut in 2008 had been named in Pakistans ODI squad for the upcoming tour...
  • GMR group fast spreading its wings outside India May 5, 2008

    London: Western Australia fast bowler Michael Hogan confirmed on Tuesday he has signed a three-year contract with England county cricket side Glamorgan. I am thrilled to be joining Glamorgan. I have always been keen to play cricket in the UK and am pleased to have joined such an ambitious and...