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RoC probing affairs of Speak Asia, to submit report by July 10

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The Corporate Affairs Ministry has asked the Registar of Companies to inspect the books of accounts of the controversial multi-level marketing company Speak Asia and submit its report to the government by July 10. The Singapore-based company Speak Asia, which is yet to be incorporated as a company in India, would be inspected under section 591 of the Companies Act, which is applicable on companies incorporated outside India and has established a place of business within the country, sources said.

All Party Resolution on Lokpal Bill and Statement by Shri P. Chidambaram at GoM Briefing on Lokpal Bill

July 4, 2011 258 Views 0 comment Print

As you are aware, there was an all-party meeting yesterday. It started at half-past four, went on till nearly quarter to eight. Apart from the Prime Minister and the Finance Minister – the Finance Minister is also chairman of the joint drafting committee – there were 31 speakers representing the political parties. Both Leaders of Opposition, Ms. Sushma Swaraj and Mr. Arun Jaitley, intervened. We are very happy with the outcome of the meeting. The meeting adopted unanimously a one-sentence resolution which read that the government would bring a bill in Parliament in accordance with established procedure.

Committee Constituted to Review Role, Functioning and Structure of CEIB Submits its Report to Finance Minister

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The Central Government had appointed a Committee in March 2011 to review the role, functioning and structure of the Central Economic Intelligence Bureau (CEIB) and to recommend steps to streamline and strengthen financial intelligence gathering and its dissemination for effective coordination amongst the Intelligence Organisations of the Government. The Committee was headed by Shri S. S. Khan, Retired Member, Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT). Its other members include Ms Vijay Lakshmi Sharma, Retired Member, Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) and Dr. Kewal Ram, Retired Senior Economic Advisor. Shri Arun Sahu, Deputy Director General (CEIB) is the Member Secretary to the Committee. The Committee submitted its report within period of about three months.

FDI Equity Inflows Touches US $ 4.664 Billion for Month of May 2011, Second highest FDI Equity Inflow Received in any Month for the Last Eleven Financial Years

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Consolidation of FDI Policy: With the aim of simplifying FDI policy, promoting clarity of understanding of foreign investment rules among foreign investors/sectoral regulators and having a single policy platform, so as to ease the regulatory burden for Government, a major exercise of integrating all existing regulations on FDI, into one consolidated document, was undertaken. The process of consolidation involved integration of 178 Press Notes, covering various aspects of FDI policy, which had been issued since 1991, as also a large number of other regulations governing FDI. The document was released as ‘Circular 1 of 2010’, on 31 March, 2010, as per the commitment made. The document has also been updated at six monthly intervals, to ensure that it remains current and updated.

No decision on lowering GDP projection yet – FM

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Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee today said the government has not taken any decision yet on revising the economic growth projections for 2011-12. We have not taken any decision yet…, Mukherjee told reporters when asked if the government is planning to revise the GDP growth projections downwards.

Heat on tax havens – FDI from Mauritius, Cyprus drops

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Amidst pressure on the government to tighten the screws on inflow of funds from tax havens, India’s foreign direct investment from Mauritius and Cyprus, dropped significantly in 2010-11. While the FDI inflows from all the sources declined by 25% in 2010-11, the drop was steeper at about 33% to USD 6.98 billion from Mauritius. Likewise, the inflows from Cyprus were down by 44% to USD 913 million, according to the official figures.

When it is found that the licences produced entitle the Respondent to clear the ex-bond goods free of duty, there are no reasons for them to have mis-declared the values since the goods are duty free

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Commissioner of Customs, Calcutta Vs G. C. Jain and another (Supreme Court of India)- Respondents imported 14 consignments of Butyl Acrylate Monomer (BAM) and cleared the same against advanced licenses by availing the benefit of customs notification nos. 203/92-Cus. and 79/95-Cus., without payment of duty – Revenue issued show cause notice to the respondents proposing confirmation of demand of duty, as also confiscation of the imported product and imposition of personal penalties alleging that impugned product imported by the respondents was defined organic chemical and was not an adhesive and exemption had been wrongly claimed by the respondents

Rajmal Lakhichand and another vs Commissioner of Central Excise and Customs (SC)

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High Court was justified in refusing to expand the scope of the reference so as to include the silver weighing 1713.807 kgs. which was confiscated u/s. 111(d) of the Act while hearing the reference with regard to silver weighing 194.250 kgs. but confiscated under a different provision of law, namely, u/s. 120(2) of the Act – Supreme Court.

Spice Communications – HC rejects Application filed under rule 6 and 9 of the Companies Rule, 1959

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SPICE COMMUNICATIONS LIMITED & ANR Company Applications No. 578-579/2011 have been filed by the Department of Telecommunication (in short ‘DOT’) under Rules 6 and 9 of the Companies (Court) Rules, 1959 for recall and stay of this Court’s order dated 5th February, 2010 by virtue of which amalgamation of Spice Communication Limited (for short ‘Spice’) with Idea Cellular Limited (for short ‘Idea’) was allowed.

EOI for hiring KM partner for MCA 21

July 4, 2011 802 Views 0 comment Print

MCA SPV an Independent Business Division (IBD) of Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), under Ministry of Corporate Affairs intends to engage a Knowledge Management partner for purpose of data mining and analysis using data repository of MCA21 system of Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India. The Knowledge Management partner is expected to produce various syndicated reports/journals for commercial use by leveraging the MCA21 data and to create/harvest the organizational knowledge of MCA21 by using appropriate IT solution.

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