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SEBI: Consent Orders & Compounding Of Offences
Published : June 21, 2011 | Author : SHAGUN SINGHAL | Rating :
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SEBI refers to “Securities Exchange Board of India” which was first established in the year 1988 as a non-statutory body for regulating the securities market. It became an autonomous body in 1992, when the SEBI Act was passed by the Indian Parliament and more powers were given through an ordinance. Since then it regulates the market through its independent powers.
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Forming of Company In India
Published : June 13, 2011 | Author : arnav | Rating :
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The Companies Act of 1956 sets down rules for the establishment of both public and private companies. The most commonly used corporate form is the limited company, unlimited companies being relatively uncommon. A company is formed by registering the Memorandum and Articles of Association with the State Registrar of Companies of the state in which the main office is to be located...
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Anti Dilution Protection
Published : June 09, 2011 | Author : yamini.khurana | Unrated
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Anti Dilution Protection to the existing investors during the second round of financing at a lower rate than the first round of financing...
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Liberalisation of the Law relating to Foreign Institutional Investment and its Impact on Economic Development
Published : June 06, 2011 | Author : rashmiperumal | Unrated
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In recent years particularly in developing countries including India, there has been increased liberalization of domestic financial and capital markets and an opening up of the market to foreign institutional investors. The main emerging feature of India’s equity market is its gradual integration with the global market and its consequent problems due to the hot money movement by Foreign Institutional investors. This article gives a critical analysis on the need and impact of FIIs on Indian Economy...
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Laws Relating to Mines & Minerals in India
Published : June 01, 2011 | Author : Saurabh Sachin | Rating :
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The Article deals with the power of Center & State to make laws relating to mines and minerals in India....
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Micro Finance & The Indian Economy
Published : April 26, 2011 | Author : Shipra | Rating :
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Micro Finance is an emerging concept which plays a vital role in the development of the low-income groups. It acts as building block of our economy. It saves people from the inflating rate of interest. However, it also has certain shortcomings which must not be overlooked in a developing economy like India.
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Is Capitalism dead
Published : April 13, 2011 | Author : sujay_ilnu | Unrated
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its about the theories of capitalism and whether the current need of todays time is capitalism or any other economic system....
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Judicial Accountability of Grameen Banks
Published : April 10, 2011 | Author : shishirakhouri | Unrated
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An insight into the participatory methods used by Grameen Bank...
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Corporate Lobbying: Do We Need a Law to Regulate Whistle Blowing?
Published : March 26, 2011 | Author : priya.nero | Rating :
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Lobbying is the intention of influencing decisions made by legislators and officials in the government by individuals, other legislators, constituents, or advocacy groups...
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Corporate Social Responsibility
Published : March 26, 2011 | Author : sonal_chhablani | Rating :
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Corporate social responsibility is a form of corporate self-regulation integrated into a business model. CSR policy functions as a built-in, self-regulating mechanism whereby business monitors and ensures its active compliance with the spirit of the law, ethical standards, and international norms. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has been on the agenda in India for a considerable period. Most big Indian corporations are engaged in some CSR activities
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Competition & Corporate Governance
Published : March 24, 2011 | Author : pallavi ghorpade | Unrated
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Competitive business environment and appropriate good corporate governance have a nexus, the former fuelling, influencing and impacting the latter and the latter seeking to meet the challenge of the former. For corporate governance, inhering competition principles in policy making would appear sine qua non...
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Challenges Faced by Power Purchase Agreement
Published : March 09, 2011 | Author : pallavi ghorpade | Unrated
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The power purchase agreements vary a lot in different states and for different kinds of energy, some of the agreements are meticulously drafted to avoid any kind of ambiguity and scope for litigation, while some are not drafted well and there is lot of scope for litigation and ambiguity...
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Directors & Their Liabilities
Published : March 08, 2011 | Author : surabhibairathi | Rating :
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This is an article relating to Directors and their liabilities, and also describe the importance of the Directors...
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Importance of meetings
Published : March 05, 2011 | Author : saarth1989 | Rating :
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Meeting means a gathering or assembly of persons convened for the conducting of business. The meeting is an assembly of persons whose consent is required for anything to decide, expressing their consent by a proper majority of votes, whether or not that thing should be done...
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Published : March 03, 2011 | Author : jeetsoni | Unrated
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Easy Exist Scheme 2011
Published : March 02, 2011 | Author : rajatdosi | Unrated
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With a view to provide simplified liquidation opportunity to the non-operating and defunct companies for getting their names struck off from the records of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has again introduced the Easy Exit Scheme 2011 (EES 2011), on huge demands from the corporate sector, after the success of EES 2010 and Simplified Exit Scheme, 2005. The EES 2011 was effective from 1st January, 2011 and will come to an end on 31st January, 2011, but now the Scheme has been extended for another three months i.e. upto 30th April, 2011 vide General Circular No. 1/2011 dated February 3rd, 2011...
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Mergers & Acquisitions & the IPR Issues Involved
Published : January 15, 2011 | Author : shriyaj | Rating :
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This paper deals with how the merger and acquisition of companies take place. What is the need of merging or acquiring other company and what benefits would both the companies avail out of it. Also, this paper aims to study the IPR issues, related with the Merger and Acquisition of a company. This paper has limited its scope to the IPR issues related the merger and acquisition of companies...
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Corporate Criminal Liability - Doctrine of Identification
Published : January 06, 2011 | Author : nmeihra | Rating :
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The concept of Doctrine of Identification finds its roots in the English Law. The growth of this doctrine has helped in the implication and prosecution of the criminal activities of directors / managers of many companies....
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Prevention of oppression & mismanagement
Published : December 28, 2010 | Author : sujay_ilnu | Rating :
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it is related to the oppression and missmanagement and how they are checked by the shareholders and various agencies in the company law...
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Understanding the Concept of Corporate Governance in the Light of Companies Bill 2009
Published : December 12, 2010 | Author : sabaha | Unrated
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My article basically highlights the Bill which replaces the 1956 Act and consolidates a number of its provisions. It allows for a number of issues, currently specified in the Act, or its schedules, to be specified in the rules. On a range of issues, it shifts the onus of regulation and oversight over management away from the government and towards shareholders...
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