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Globalization & its impact on Indian Economy: Developments and Challenges
Published : February 06, 2012 | Author : ayush.ilnu | Rating :
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Article explains the reason behind the major development of India i.e. Globalization.
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Foreign Direct Investment: A general understandng
Published : February 05, 2012 | Author : kaushikdhar@legalserviceindia.com | Unrated
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Foreign Direct Investment which is also known as FDI, can be said to be a measure of foreign ownership of domestic productive assets such as factories, land and organizations. In the recent years of globalization, foreign direct investments have become the major economic driver of development, accounting for over of all cross-border investments...
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Corporate social responsibility
Published : January 26, 2012 | Author : akrita | Unrated
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The much debated clause in Company bill 2009 in India aimed at making Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives mandatory on the corporate sector, the companies clearly rejected the idea stating that it should remain voluntary...
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Independence of Independent Directors in India
Published : January 22, 2012 | Author : kelivakil | Rating :
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A major wave of economic reforms was initiated in India in the year 1991. A thrust towards economic liberalization162 led to a new era in Indian corporate governance. The year 1992 witnessed the establishment of SEBI as the Indian securities markets regulator. SEBI rapidly began ushering in securities market reforms that gradually led to corporate governance reforms as well. Curiously, the first corporate governance initiative was sponsored by industry. In 1998, a National Task force constituted by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) recommended a code for “Desirable Corporate Governance,” which was voluntarily adopted by a few companies. Thereafter, a committee chaired by Mr. Kumar Mangalam Birla submitted a report to SEBI “to promote and raise the standard of Corporate Governance in respect of listed companies.” Based on the recommendations of the Kumar Mangalam Birla committee the Equity Listing Agreement that was applicable to all listed companies of a certain size. India’s corporate governance norms therefore came to be governed through a clause in the listing agreement popularly referred to as “Clause 49.” Although both the CII Code as well as the Kumar Mangalam Birla Committee Report expressly cautioned against mechanically importing forms of corporate governance from the developed world, several concepts introduced by them were indeed those that emerged in countries such as the U.S. and the U.K. These include the concepts such as an independent board and audit committee. Now-a-days the role of the independent directors is drawing wide attention especially in the context of public companies. This class of directors is actually elected directors who are not executive directors and who not participate in day-tot-day activities of the company. The Kumarmangalam Birla Committee has defined an independent director as an entity who does not have a “material pecuniary relationship or transactions with the company, its promoter, its managements or its subsidiaries, which in judgment of the Board, may effect the independence of the judgment”. Three years later the Naresh Chandra committee gave governance more thought. Finally, in 2004 the Narayanmurthy committee affected changes to clause 49 of the listing agreement.
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Cross Border Mergers: Implications under the Competition Act, 2002
Published : January 08, 2012 | Author : Shalin | Rating :
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The regulatory framework dealing with mergers in India is primarily governed by the Companies Act, 1956. However, as it stands today, it does not deal with the effects of merger on competition. To this end, the Indian Parliament in 2002 enacted the Competition Act...
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New Lease of Life to Corporate Entity-Mergers And Acquisitions
Published : January 05, 2012 | Author : k jayshri | Unrated
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A business activity always carries inherent risk. It the risk of competition which affects the survival of the business. There are various ways in which business activities are carried out but with risks of its own...
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Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement
Published : January 04, 2012 | Author : saarth1989 | Unrated
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The basic criterion on which the whole Listing Agreement based is Corporate Governance. Currently there are 54 Clauses in the Listing Agreement and all of them based on this very concept. Further, there is a clause which specifically deals with Corporate Governance i.e. Clause 49....
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Implications to Securitization Act
Published : December 09, 2011 | Author : ranganathvg@legalserviceindia.com | Unrated
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The Bank and Financial Institutions should exercise Caution while dealing with running units of the borrowers. Law has no Color. A single wrong step can cause damage not only to the unit of the borrower but can also remedy many families who are dependent on the unit to face hunger for quite some time. The workers may not get the salary for quite some time. Also taking over the unit is the beginning if an exercise which may materialize over a period of time. Banks should, therefore, not be in a hurry. They can always take the possession of unit under the Act.
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Improvements to mortgaged property
Published : November 30, 2011 | Author : ootsav | Rating :
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The law relating to improvements to mortgaged property as embodied under Section 63-A was introduced by the Amending Act of 1929. Before this amendment, the Act, i.e., the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 was silent as to improvements by a mortgagee....
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The Art of Giving - Corporate Social Responsibility in India
Published : November 07, 2011 | Author : mini.anshuman | Unrated
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The article is a careful analysis of the Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives taken by prominent Indian corporate houses and their effect on society...
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Unit-Linked Insurance Plans - An Indian Perspective
Published : November 07, 2011 | Author : mini.anshuman | Rating :
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An article examining the tussle between Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA) and Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI over the control and regulation of Unit-Linked Insurance Plans (ULIPs) and the current position on the subject....
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Mergers & Acquisitions in Aviation Sector
Published : August 29, 2011 | Author : Esha_Tyagi | Rating :
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This paper makes an attempt to give a brief overview of the meaning of M&A, and the regulations dealing with the same in India; it then tries to comprehensively deal with the Aviation Industry in India and M&A in the aviation sector. Finally, it offers few important cases dealing with M&A in the said sector both at domestic and international front...
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Needs of Corporate Governance
Published : August 08, 2011 | Author : paramita | Unrated
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Globalization has been accepted as new economic mantra for the world economic progress. Globalization not only heightens the business risks, but also compels the organization to adopt norms of transparency & good governance...
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Retrenchment under Industrial Dispute Act, 1947
Published : July 30, 2011 | Author : shraddhaojha | Rating :
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this article tells about the legal aspect related to retrenchment and deals with the procedure for calculation of retrenchment compensation...
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So you think 433 (e) of the Companies Act,1956 can be taken for a ride?
Published : July 25, 2011 | Author : imehta.777 | Unrated
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Section 433(e) of the Companies Act,1956 can not be misused by the creditors...
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FDI Retail in India: A Critical View
Published : July 19, 2011 | Author : kasturi | Unrated
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India has kept its retail sector closed from foreign investment for quite a few years, the reason being that the retail trade in India...
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Mergers & Acquisitions in Aviation Sector
Published : July 12, 2011 | Author : Esha_Tyagi | Rating :
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This paper makes an attempt to give a brief overview of the meaning of Mergers and Acquisitions, and the regulations dealing with the same in India; it then tries to comprehensively deal with the Aviation Industry in India and Mergers and Acquisitions in the aviation sector. Finally, it offers few important cases dealing with Mergers and Acquisitions in the said sector both at domestic and international front.
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Sterlite Industries Ltd's Buyout of Asarco LLC
Published : July 09, 2011 | Author : Esha_Tyagi | Unrated
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Through this paper the author would try to analyze the whole case of Sterlite Industries Ltd's buyout of Asarco LLC and deal with the US Bankruptcy procedure for asset acquisition. This paper will also give a brief overview of Indian and US corporate and securities laws which are generally applicable when an Indian company acquires a US company...
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Infrastructure Project Financing
Published : July 05, 2011 | Author : meghnabhaskar | Rating :
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The availability of infrastructure facilities is a necessity for the overall development of our country. Today, there is a need to focus on enhancing the quantity as well as improving the quality of infrastructure services provided in India....
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Published : July 05, 2011 | Author : meghnabhaskar | Unrated
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In today’s world of growing economies and fast paced globalization , major companies across the globe, both domestic and international, struggle to achieve the optimum market share possible and the most popular way to achieve growth and dominance on the global front is through mergers and acquisitions...
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