DSK Legal partner Balbir Singh, who was appointed as one of six law firm lawyers to the Competition Commission of India's (CCI) external panel in September 2012, has resigned from the panel. Delhi partner Singh said that the panel appointment was ... Legally India, 1 month ago
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The Supreme Court on Wednesday cancelled all but four coal block allocations, made by successive governments over the past two decades, on the grounds of illegality under the Coal Mining Nationalisation Act. The decision is estimated to impact ...Business Standard India, 6 days ago Coalgate: SC Scraps 214 Blocks Allocated Since 1993 Businessworld India, 6 days ago
INDIA Inc had mixed feelings over the disallocations. Some companies feel relief there is clarity in the space, freeing them to look for alternative means for developing businesses such as steel, power and cement, while some believe there can still attempt ...The Financial Chronicle, 6 days ago
Vijay Mallya, the 58-year-old tycoon, seems to be staring at the risk of being denied any loan from state-owned financial institutions for the next five years. Two days ago, the Kolkata-based United Bank of India (UBI) had declared Mallya, known ...Business Today India, 3 weeks ago
Many leading banks have come out in support of Bhushan Steel saying that since its management was intact, the lenders were only taking action to safeguard their interests Moyna TEXT SIZE : A | A | A TOOLS RELATED STORIES Barely a fortnight ...Businessworld India, 4 weeks ago
Even a year after the National Spot Exchange Ltd (NSEL) crisis broke out, a majority of investors on the exchange are yet to receive settlement of their dues. But Financial Technologies, the corporate promoter of NSEL, has managed to raise ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
These may either replace existing airports or run simultaneously. Operators developing greenfield airports (built from scratch on undeveloped land) are likely to face increased competition, with the Ministry of Civil Aviation considering tweaking the norms to allow such airports to be developed within 150-km radii of existing ones. According to norms in the ‘policy on airport infrastructure of India’, the government will approve the establishment of greenfield airports in places ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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