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Bankruptcy law panel submits report, seeks new regulator

The Bankruptcy Law Reforms Committee (BLRC), headed by Dr TK Vishwanathan, today submitted its report to the Finance Ministry, in which it recommended a host of steps to streamline bankruptcy laws in the country. Moneycontrol Bureau The ..., 3 weeks ago

4th edn of Bengaluru lit fest to have awards too

The fourth edition of the Bengaluru Literature Festival (BLF), 2015 will, for the first time, confer literary awards in three categories - Best Fiction inEnglish, Best Non-Fiction inEnglish and LiteraryAchievement Award in Kannada. As many as five ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago

Bankruptcy cases should be completed speedily

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. NEW DELHI, Nov. 5 -- The legal committee constituted by the central government for improvement in bankruptcy law has proposed that bankruptcy related cases be ...
 HT Syndication2 weeks ago
Times of India

Big-bang policy reforms likely after Bihar polls

NEW DELHI: The government plans to launch a series of policy reforms as soon as polling ends in Bihar on November 5, signalling its intent to get moving again on economic changes and putting the Opposition on notice before Parliament convenes for ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Modi govt plans policy reforms after Bihar polls  Times of India3 weeks ago After 5 phases of Bihar, a big phase of reforms  Times of India3 weeks ago

Government may set up special regulator to look into bankruptcy cases, new code tilts in favour of creditors

MUMBAI: The government is considering setting up a special regulator to look into bankruptcy cases and may make it mandatory to take a call on whether to liquidate a company or not within 180 days, a person close to the development said. The ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

PM Narendra Modi targets century-old bankruptcy law to revive momentum

Under India's current bankruptcy laws, individuals can go to jail for failing to repay just Rs500 rupees, the cost of about two Starbucks espressos Narendra Modi has seen his reform agenda stall in recent months, leading to declines in stocks and ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago India targets century-old bankruptcy law to revive momentum  Gulf News1 month ago
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