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By Ran Chakrabarti
It's no secret that India's infrastructure is in critical need of wholesale overhaul, if it is going to launch itself into a sustained growth trajectory and unleash the potential of its human capital.
By Ran Chakrabarti, Mini Kapoor
The key conditions specified in the MCA Notification are set out below.
By Lomesh Nidumuri
The question of whether two Indian parties can have a seat of arbitration outside India and choose foreign law to resolve disputes continues to remain a vexed issue.
By Srinivas Katta
The latest edition of ET Now's 'Amicus Curiae' brings Srinivas Katta, IndusLaw, to talk about the Flipkart's mega fund raise.
By Ran Chakrabarti, Palecanda Chinnappa, Anish Munu
Cast your mind back to November last year: following the implementation of the Government's demonitisation drive, the realisation of the new goods and services tax regime was looking unlikely.
By Ran Chakrabarti, Anubha Sital, Shringarika Priyadarshini
India's finance bill for the financial year 2016-2017 (the "Bill") was presented by the Finance Minister on February 1, 2017 and approved by the Lok Sabha with certain modifications on March 22, 2017.
By Ran Chakrabarti, Palecanda Chinnappa, Prashant Sreenivasan
The Income Tax Appellate Tribunal recently upheld a capital gains tax levy of INR 10,247 Crore against Cairn U.K Holdings Limited in an order dated 9 March 2017 in relation to a group restructuring...
By Ran Chakrabarti, Nandita Bose
Back in December 2015, the Government of India amended the Atomic Energy Act, 1962, enabling the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited to form joint ventures with public sector undertakings.
By Ran Chakrabarti, Nandita Bose
It's no secret that the Indian banking industry has a rather large number of loans outstanding that have simply gone wrong.
By Ran Chakrabarti, Siddharth Marwah
"One Country, One Tax, One Market" were the excited claims of the architects of the Constitution (One Hundred and First) Amendment Act, 2016, passed by the Rajya Sabha on 3rd August 2016 and the Lok Sabha on 8th August 2016.
By Avimukt Dar, Sonu Varghese
Predatory pricing is regarded as an abuse of dominant position by an enterprise or a group, but does not include any condition or price which may be adopted to meet competition.
By Suneeth Katarki, Aditi Verma Thakur, Harshitha Vasanth
Registration is of high evidentiary value in both, trademark and copyright enforcement actions.
By Kartik Ganapathy, Ankita Gupta
Deposits have been defined under the Companies Act, 2013 ("2013 Act") to include any receipt of money by way of deposit or loan or in any other form by a company.
By Kartik Ganapathy, Ashi Bhat, Ankita Gupta
May. Who would have thought that a one syllable word can cause so much of confusion! Yet, here we are interpreting the intention of the legislature in using the word ‘may' in Section 23 of the Companies Act, 2013.
By Ran Chakrabarti, Anubha Sital, Shaima Khan
The National Solar Mission or the Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (the "JNNSM") adopted by India in 2010 targets generation of 100,000 MW of grid connected solar power capacity by 2022.
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