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Bottlenecks remain for start-ups to raise money
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Bottlenecks remain for start-ups to raise money

The capital markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has made it easier for Indian e-commerce companies, such as Flipkart and Snapdeal, to raise money and get listed in India. It has simplified the framework for capital ... Business Today India, 3 days ago

India Still Sees Law As A Profession With Many Obligations

Under the rules, foreign law firms are barred from practising in India. Though a liberalisation in policy is due, lawyers are deeply divided about what the new rules should be. Must Indian lawyers and firms get reciprocal rights should the ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

Wipro transfers litigant Suri Payala to Bengaluru

Wipro has transferred Suri Payala, the employee who had filed a class-action lawsuit against the IT major in the US, to its office in Sarjapur, Bengaluru. This, according to legal experts, could be against the labour laws of the State of ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago

Maggi noddles row: Chasing the celebrity

THE celebrity endorsement market in India is estimated to be over R3000 crore annually. The Maggi incident opens up an important question as to whether celebrities are liable for claims that they make in ads. Bollywood actor Madhuri Dixit received a ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Maggi row: Are celebrities liable? | 'Safety in eating'  Economic Times3 weeks ago Making celeb endorsers liable  Business Standard India4 weeks ago

Lawyers defend celebrities endorsing Maggi, fault Nestle for excessive lead

MUMBAI: As the controversy over the presence of lead and monosodium glutamate in Nestle India's Maggi noodles widens, some legal experts are clear about two things: the company may face litigation in many states and attempts to involve celebrities who ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

New insider rules may impede share-pledging

The new insider trading regulations could create some problems for promoters looking to pledge their shares to meet funding requirements. The new norms on insider trading place restrictions on 'trading' in securities by any insider when in ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago

A preferred option for you

With equity markets turning volatile and showing signs of edginess, buying stocks could eat into your portfolio. If you are looking to invest a tidy sum to earn a fixed rate of return, preference shares may just be what the doctor ordered. But not ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Sahara to give Rs5,000 crore bank guarantee for Subrata Roy's bail

Cousel for the group Kapil Sibal asked the court to approve the bank guarantee format and said that a scheduled bank has agreed to furnish it in favour of Sebi. The guarantee would be given to Sebi by 12 May or 13 May, he added. Photo: AFP New ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Cipla promoters YK Hamied and MK Hamied seek Sebi guidance on voting arrangement

MUMBAI: Perhaps no one knows it better than the Hamied Brothers, YK and MK, that prevention is better than cure. In an intriguing move, likely to be the first for an Indian business group, the promoters of pharmaceutical firm Cipla had approached ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
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