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Snake, lizard stall Adani's Australia project

Snake, lizard stall Adani's Australia project

Mumbai: A rare lizard and a snake have stalled Adani Mining's $12-billion Carmichael coal mining project in Queensland, Australia. Overturning environment permissions for the mine, the federal court of Australia on Wednesday said the country's ..., 3 weeks ago

Law firms explore merger option with foreign players for growth

MUMBAI: With the Bar Council of India having come around to accepting the entry of foreign law firms into the country as proposed by the government recently, medium-size firms have spotted an opportunity. Firms that were talking of expanding their own brands ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Law firms explore mergers with foreign peers for growth  Economic Times1 month ago

Ensuring a flourishing startup ecosystem

With recent reports of $2.46 billion being invested in Indian startups by venture capital investors only in the first half of 2015 (as against $2.34 billion in 2014), the global investor interest in Indian tech startups (internet and mobile) has ...
 Financial Express1 month ago

IPL suspension: Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals can challenge in High Court, say experts

The only option for the two teams-- Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR)-- suspended by the RM Lodha Committee, is to challenge the findings in the High Court, say legal experts. Lawyers say that BCCI might just be helpless when it ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Business Today India

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 India1 month 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 India2 months 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 Line2 months 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 months ago Lawyers defend celebrities endorsing Maggi, fault Nestle for excessive lead  Economic Times2 months ago
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