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The Union Cabinet has approved the proposal of Department of Telecommunication (DoT) on guidelines for spectrum trading arising from the recommendations of Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI).
The High Court of Bombay High has held that only Indian brands are eligible to claim export incentive under the Served from India Scheme.
Also: payment systems; competition law; and more on e-commerce in the country.
Venture capital will chase market leaders, making life tougher for small players, and other insights.
Country’s MoD relaxes offset discharge procedures.
Decision opens up a new defence...
Given the prevailing uncertainty, a conclusive finding from the Supreme Court would be welcome.
The Indian securities market regulator, the Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has overhauled the regulatory regime for voluntary delisting of companies in India.
The Competition Commission of India found a cartel among certain public sector insurance companies in India.
Over the years, the Indian retail trading business has been perceived as a lucrative investment destination by global investors.
Key changes include the introduction of e-auctions for mineral concessions.
India intends to be a world player by 2020, and this policy is aimed at simplifying the import/export process.
Bill is a clear signal of the intent of the Indian government to tackle the issue.
Foreign investment limit in the insurance sector has been increased from 26 per cent to 49 per cent, and other changes.
Court kills off controversial Section 66A.
The Delhi High Court in its recent decision in the matter of Sandisk International has set aside the final findings of the designated authority for anti-dumping.
The Reserve Bank of India’s bi-monthly policy statement took a cautious approach to foreign portfolio investment in corporate debt by imposing additional conditions on this investment avenue.
We analyse some of the key issues emanating out of India’s new Prohibition of Insider Trading Regulations and their impact on corporates.
New rules seek to provide a framework for foreign investment in the Indian insurance sector.
Mumbai decision may have significant implications for the tax positions of hotel owners and operators in India.