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<strong>SEBI</strong> not to revisit 25 percent public holding shares norm in listed companies

SEBI not to revisit 25 percent public holding shares norm in listed companies

02 Apr 2015

Patna: The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Chairman U K Sinha on Wednesday ruled out revisiting the existing norm for 25 percent public holding of shares in the  listed companies, including the PSUs, and said that such a step will be a retrograde one.

SEBI,   U K Sinha,   public holding of shares,   listed companies shares,   PSU,   capital markets regulator,  
FYUP: DU VC replies to HRD min's show-cause notice, denies wrong doing

FYUP: DU VC replies to HRD min's show-cause notice, denies wrong doing

02 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Delhi University Vice Chancellor Dinesh Singh has put forward a strong defence in his reply to a show cause sent by HRD Ministry, claiming no wrong doing in rolling out the controversial FYUP programme as it had necessary approvals.

FYUP,   DU VS,   HRD ministry,   HRD minister,   FYUP programme,   Delhi University,   HRD Ministry,  
Enforcement Directorate to file chargesheet in Rose Valley case tomorrow

Enforcement Directorate to file chargesheet in Rose Valley case tomorrow

01 Apr 2015

Kolkata: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) would file its first chargesheet in the Rose Valley ponzi scam case on Thursday.

Enforcement Directorate,   Rose Valley scam case,   PMLA court,   SEBI complaint,  
Coal scam case: <strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> stays summon to former PM Manmohan Singh

Coal scam case: Supreme Court stays summon to former PM Manmohan Singh

01 Apr 2015

New Delhi: In a relief to former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, the Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed the trial court order summoning him as accused in a case pertaining to grant of Talabira-II coal block in Odisha in 2005 to Aditya Birla group company Hindalco.

Coal scam case,   Manmohan Singh,   CBI,   Coal gate,   SC,   Supreme Court,   Kumar manglam birla,   ,  
Nun gangrape case: <strong>Court</strong> adds criminal conspiracy charge against Ranaghat accused

Nun gangrape case: Court adds criminal conspiracy charge against Ranaghat accused

02 Apr 2015

Ranaghat (WB): The Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) court on Wednesday included Section 120 B under IPC as charge against the two Bangladeshi accused in the 71-year old nun gangrape case at a Ranaghat convent school in Nadia district.

Nun gangrape case,   criminal conspiracy charge,   Ranaghat accused,   Ranaghat convent school,   Sikander Sheikh,   Gopal Sarkar,   Latest news from Nun gangrape case,  
Congress hails suspension of summons to Manmohan

Congress hails suspension of summons to Manmohan

01 Apr 2015

New Delhi: The Congress on Wednesday hailed the Supreme Court putting on hold on a special court's summon to former prime minister Manmohan Singh that sought his appearance as accused in the coal scam.

Congress,   Supreme Court,   Former Prime Minister,   Manmohan Singh,   Coal Scam,   CBI,   Coal Block,   Odisha,   Hindalco,  
<strong>Supreme</strong> <strong>Court</strong> issues notice to Advani, others in Babri demolition case

Supreme Court issues notice to Advani, others in Babri demolition case

31 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought the responses of veteran BJP leaders L K Advani and Murli Manohar Joshi, Union Minister Uma Bharti and 16 others on a fresh plea against a 2010 order of the Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court dropping criminal conspiracy charge against them in the Babri mosque demolition case.

Babri mosque demolition case,   Supreme Court,   L K Advani,   BJP leader,   CBI,   Haji Mahboob Ahmad,  
 If governments discharge duties responsibly, PILs won't be needed: SC

If governments discharge duties responsibly, PILs won't be needed: SC

29 Mar 2015

Jodhpur: If governments discharge their duties responsibly, there would not be any need of public interest litigations, a senior judge of the Supreme Court has said.

Supreme Court,   SC,   PILs,   public interest litigations,  
90 percent listed cos on NSE appoint women directors

90 percent listed cos on NSE appoint women directors

31 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Nearly 90 percent of the companies listed on the National Stock Exchange are believed to have complied with market regulator Sebi's norm of having at least one woman director on their boards.

National Stock Exchange,   NSE,   Market regulator,   Sebi,   Woman director,  
Anti-child marriage act prevails over Muslim Personal Law: HC

Anti-child marriage act prevails over Muslim Personal Law: HC

01 Apr 2015

Madurai: The Madras High Court has held that the act prohibiting child marriages was not against the Muslim Personal Law and would prevail over the latter as it had been enacted for the welfare of girl children.

Madras High Court,   Child marriage,   Muslim Personal Law,   Girl child,  

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