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Palkhiwala award for Bang, Anandwan

Nagpur: Dr Abhay Bang of SEARCH, Gadchiroli, will be presented the 10th Nani A Palkhivala Award for Civil Liberties by the Palkhivala Memorial Trust in Mumbai on February 4. On the occasion, a lecture will be delivered by Reserve Bank of India ... Times of India, 1 week ago

Column: A misdirected tax missile

Ace jurist Nani A Palkhivala once described the legendary British prime minister Winston Churchill's art of persuasion as thus: For some thing to be convincing, it must, in the first place, be simple. That is how one can possibly sum up the reaction ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
Times of India

Raghuram Rajan says MNCs too are responsible for tax rows

RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan delivers the 13th Nani A Palkhivala Memorial Lecture in Mumbai. (Photo: PTI) RBI Governer said that NMC's indulgence in avoidance and evasion of tax results in prolonged legal battles. Blaming multinational corporations squarely ...
 Asian Age18 hours ago Raghuram Rajan wants MNCs in India to stop whining—and smaller firms to ramp up  Quartz15 hours ago MNCs crib about taxation but are okay with tax evasion, quips Rajan  Economic Times17 hours ago Large firms benefit, laws apply quickly to small cos: RaghuramRajan  Yahoo! India20 hours ago
Business Standard

Strengthening Free Enterprise in India - Dr. Raghuram G. Rajan, Governor - February 4, 2016 - 13th Nani A. Palkhivala Memorial Lecture, Mumbai

I did not have the privilege of meeting Nani Palkhivala, but every citizen of India has been affected in some way by his life's work, and owes him a debt of gratitude. Born in 1920, Mr. Palkhivala was not only a jurist of the highest caliber, he was ...
 Reserve Bank of India1 day ago Rajan for fetter-free business environment  The Financial Chronicle1 day ago Better times now in India for free enterprise: Rajan  Smart Investor1 day ago India would become fifth largest economy in world by 2020  Times of India3 weeks ago


People-friendly initiatives The Union Government has announced three people-friendly measures for ease in appointment and verification of passport issuance. Passport applications for fresh applicants furnishing their Aadhaar Card, PAN card, ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Kesavananda Bharati vs Kerala: 40 years on, what the landmark case means for India

This year marks an unlikely milestone in the history of India's judiciary. It is the 40thanniversary of both the Emergency and of the review petition that sought to overturn the most famous case in India's judicial and constitutional history: ...
 Legally India3 weeks ago
Mumbai Mirror

BCCI not amused by Lodha report

COMING TOGETHER: Parthiv Patel (left) represents Gujarat in the recently-concluded Vijay Hazare Trophy. Gujarat, Baroda and Saurashtra, and Maharashtra, Vidarbha and Mumbai are the worst effected units in the Lodha Committee report which wants them ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

In silence, they disagree

Anger more than anguish was the overriding emotion among the officials of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) who this paper has spoken to. Clearly rattled by the suggestions of Justice Lodha Committee, which has suggested sweeping ...
 AhmedabadMirror.com1 month ago

The review that wasn't: Forty years after Kesavananda Bharati vs the State of Kerala

In this two-part series, Firstpost looks at a landmark episode in Indian constitutional history, the Kesavananda Bharati case and its subsequent review, the 40thanniversary of which occurred recently. In the first part , we looked at the buildup to ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Forty years on: The review of Kesavananda Bharati versus the State of Kerala in Supreme Court  Firstpost.com1 month ago Forty years on: Review of Kesavananda Bharati versus ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago

Intolerance debate: Nothing to fear as long as rule of law prevails, judiciary is independent, says CJI

New Delhi: Terming the debate on intolerance as a "political issue", Chief Justice of India TS Thakur on Sunday said there is no need to fear or worry till the judiciary is "independent" and upholds the rule of law. " Yeh siyasi pahlu hain (this ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago Intolerance debate: Rule of law will prevail as long judiciary is independent, says CJI  Firstpost.com2 months ago Tolerance must…no need to fear as long …  Yahoo! India2 months ago Nothing to fear in India till judiciary is independent: CJI  Daily Excelsior.com2 months ago
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