Sebi levies Rs 37.6 lakh fine on 6 firms for fraudulent trading
Sebi noted that the firms violated the provisions of the PFUTP norms.
India suggests a global regulation for open, safe and secure cyberspace
"Four years ago, we launched the "Digital India”, the world’s largest...
CBI raids Amnesty India's offices in Bengaluru over alleged FCRA violations
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) team conducted a raid a...
Are independent health insurance covers for seniors unaffordable? Here's what experts say
Health insurance plans for senior citizens have become unaffordable after steep premium hikes. There have been cases of the premium being increased by 400% and those where the premium exceeded coverage limit. Here's what experts have to say on this.
Sebi categorises contract specification parameters of commodity derivatives
These modifications shall require approval from product advisory committee and approval of regulatory oversight committee to be obtained post facto.
Revisiting history: CAI’s new exhibition to take you on a journey through India's past
CAI’s new exhibition features interviews of people from different walks of life, recollecting their past experiences.
`Multiple regulators restricting corp bond market development'
"Since there are more players, I think the coordination takes a bit more time," he said.
Qualify with 60% marks for becoming independent director
The MCA will conduct an exam to create a pool for the selection of independent directors.
Sebi issues clarifications on PIT Regulations
The regulator has also clarified that no pre-clearance is required for exercising employee stock options.
GoM meets to discuss regulating e-pharmacies
The GoM was set up after government failed to push the proposal to legalise online pharmacies within 100 days of Modi govt’s second term, following opposition from the brick and mortar pharmacies. “The first meeting of GoM to regulate e-pharmacies was held on October 30." The health ministry made a presentation, explaining its position on the issue.
Ayodhya dispute spanning Mughal, colonial & post-Independence era ends on Nov 9, 2019
Referring to the chequered past of the dispute, a bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi in its judgement noted that Hindus have always asserted that an ancient temple dedicated to Lord Ram existed at the site and it was demolished when the Indian sub-continent was conquered by Mughal Emperor Babur in the third decade of the 16th century.
India examines creating regulator to settle e-commerce disputes
The proposal comes after small traders approached the govt with allegations of predatory pricing and deep discounting by Amazon.com Inc. and Walmart Inc. They allege that the US giants are pricing them out of the market. Govt is under pressure from small traders, a traditional support base for the ruling BJP, to act against the big online retailers.
Regulator waives off clinical trials, clears Sanofi TB Drug
“We have recently received final approval for rifapentine from the Indian regulatory authorities. Rifapentine is now officially registered in India,” Thibaud Lefort, Sanofi’s global health business chief, told ET on the sidelines of the 50th Union World Conference of Lung Health in Hyderabad.
Sebi comes out with operational guidelines for new FPI regulations
A company will have to appoint any one depository as its designated depository for the purpose of monitoring the foreign investment limits.
Stand vindicated, moment of fulfilment for me: LK Advani after SC verdict on Ayodhya
Describing this as a moment of "fulfilment" for him, Advani, 92, said "God Almighty" had given him an opportunity to make his own humble contribution to the mass movement, which he termed as the biggest since India's Freedom Movement.
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