Government seeks to bring in large volumes of foreign investments. This is the proposal on how..
The finance minister said an increase in minimum public shareholding will deepen the markets and enable wider participation.
The survey considers investing in improving the legal system the ‘best investment’ for the country.
Securities Appellate Tribunal imposes costs on SEBI for meting out unfair judgments, but are they enough to serve as deterrent?
SEBI allows tech companies proposing to list to issue shares with superior voting rights, but imposes significant restrictions
Here is the impact of India acceding to Vienna, Nice and Locarno agreements.
Cheating, fraud, criminal conspiracy...The crimes SFIO considers IL&FS Financial Services, its management and directors liable for
GOQii-Flipkart spat brings focus back on alleged predatory pricing by online retailers.
The key reasons why the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code is not as effective as it could be.
SEBI intends to soften its views on buybacks for companies which have NBFC and housing finance businesses housed in subsidiaries.
Big changes proposed to IBC liquidation process including allowing promoter participation and creditor involvement.
ITC objects to the Brookfield- Hotel Leela deal. But does it have a strong case?
Cases have highlighted a major gap in IBC. Is it time to introduce a group insolvency framework?
Bombay High Court strikes down the incentives offered by CBDT to appellate tax authorities ‘to rule in tax authorities’ favour’
“I may despise what you say but will defend to the death your right to say it”: Supreme Court schools the West Bengal Police.
Due to many limitations, Differential Voting Rights shares have not taken off in India. A situation that SEBI hopes to rectify.
The demerger of Grasim’s financial services undertaking to Aditya Birla Capital is considered a taxable event by IT authorities.
NCLT asks how absconding promoters have made a settlement offer.
Will an ordinance undo the Supreme Court’s judgment on Aadhaar?
Government’s attempt to curb ponzi and pyramid schemes lacks clean edges and warrants clarification
“...not a case of accidental or unintentional disobedience,” said the Supreme Court when finding Reliance companies in contempt.