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News digest: Algorithm trading, electoral bonds, The Oberoi, and more

From Salil Parekh's low-key start at Infosys to protesters halting Mumbai trains during Pune violence, BS brings you up to date with the latest news

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Sebi working with FinMin on new framework on algorithm trading

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi), in consultation with the finance ministry, is expected to reissue fresh guidelines on high-frequency trading (HFT), popularly known as algorithm trading, after taking feedback from market participants. Read more

Govt notifies terms of to ensure clean political funding

The Union government on Tuesday notified a framework for — a financial instrument for making anonymous donations to political parties — to cleanse political funding. However, new political parties will be ineligible to receive funds through this route. Read more

Pune violence: Protests in Mumbai, trains halted

The anger over marking the 200th anniversary of Bhima Koregaon battle in Pune district of Maharashtra continued on Tuesday as protestors disrupted suburbs and local train services on the Harbour Line. Read more

in New Delhi opens after Rs 6-billion revamp

After a revamp hiatus of 21 months, is calling to its patrons again. Read more

Low-key start to Salil Parekh's Infosys innings

The contrast was evident at Infosys, the information technology (IT) giant. (pictured), who has kept a low profile in his three- decade career, began his innings on a similar note at Infosys as its second non-founder chief executive officer (CEO). Read more

First Published: Wed, January 03 2018. 02:15 IST