The new Act is an effort to address the historical injustice while speeding up procedures
The Bill does not provide for any penalty for harassing a public servant or any other person making a disclosure
The concept of social responsibility and philanthropy has been a part of charitable initiatives of the Indian business houses, as also by the zamindars in the days of the permanent settlement as a tribute to God. A later phase was triggered by the ...
2013 was a year of disappointments insofar as reforms in the corporate sector are concerned. The tax changes, Direct Taxes Code and Goods and Services Tax, have not come into effect. The Companies Bill has been passed, but only a few sections have ...
Regulatory framework has to improve with friendly regulations in place
Construction contracts require quick and effective dispute resolution processes, and not lengthy arbitrations
The government's role has to be fair and objective as the Act takes into account rehabilitation and resettlement, an area fraught with palpable tension
It's not the new kid on the block - it has been around for a long time and this may not be the best of times for rejoicing over the passage of the Companies Bill. The current climate with poor governance, weak leadership and the declining currency ...
The Jet Airways deal remains the hottest corporate business topic notwithstanding that it's been around since April 24, when Etihad agreed to buy a 24 per cent stake in Jet for about Rs 2,060 crore.Given the fact that Jet Airways is a listed ...
The Forward Contracts (Regulation) Amendment Bill, 2010, is a significant reform to the Forward Contract Regulation Act, 1952 (the Principal Act), which essentially deals with commodities future markets. Once passed by both the Houses of Parliament, ...
It's wrong to assume that the SC has taken a position that larger public interest is more important than smaller violations of right to life
The real estate business and market have so far been the monopoly of promoters, developers and builders
Inadequate infrastructure and transportation has been India's biggest hurdles in the growth and development of its economy.
This years Budget presented by the finance minister, was as expected, exceedingly well articulated; also not a populist Budget, which was the biggest fear. The challenges to the economy were correctly identified the slowdown with five per cent ...
The panel's report is candid in identifying that the state has abysmally failed to promote gender equality and eradicate gender bias