Corporate Law articles

RERA: A Gold for Real State Sector

Real Estate sector is the most revenue generating sector in India. But there is no regulatory Authority to regulate it. Because of which the project gets delayed unnecessary and buyers have to face problems. It is the sector in which black money generation is very much high. ...

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A prick in time saves life

While there may be naysayers and people who doubt these efforts and cast aspersions on the government’s immunization program, fact is the vaccines save lives. And we are committed to enabling every child to get an opportunity to lead a healthy life. Through our work guided on science and innovation, keenly supported by evidence and insi...

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5 Major provisions of Real Estate Act effective from 1st May 2017

Ending the nine year long wait, regulation of real estate sector involving over 76,000 companies across the county becomes a reality from May 1, 2017 with the Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Act,2016 coming into force....

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Devise minimum income schemes for those losing jobs due to automation

With the Indian IT and other industries facing some of the daunting challenges from protectionism in the US and Artificial Intelligence (AI), an ASSOCHAM-PwC study has made out a strong case for government –industry schemes which ensure a minimum income to those displaced , along with basic health facilities for the families in stress....

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From Labour Pains to Labour Gains

While radical labour reforms and greater digitization of labour payments and contracts will make labour markets in India more efficient, the long-term effects of automation need to be addressed. Greater automation of jobs will provide opportunities for the Indian economy to benefit from productivity growth, but we need to put in place pol...

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UDAN: Minimum Government For Maximum Impact

UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik) program is designed to jump-start the regional aviation market by improving profitability of under-developed regional routes....

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End of Red Beacons : A big blow to VIP culture

On Wednesday, April 19, 2017, the Union Cabinet decided to amend the Motor Vehicle Rules to end the use of red or any coloured beacon by all, including the President, Vice President and the Prime Minister. Every Indian is special. Every Indian is a VIP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted soon after....

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Frequently Asked Questions on Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 was enacted with a purpose to consolidate and amend the laws relating to reorganisation and insolvency resolution of corporate persons, partnership firms and individuals and align Indian law at par with the best practices being followed Internationally....

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Part Time Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in Bangalore, India

For past, few years there has been a lot of buzz on Part-time CFO’s in, Bangalore the silicon valley of India. Financial consultants like us have been getting more and more call to refer a part time CFO in various small to mid-sized organisations....

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The Ideas of India

These are just some of the scientific ideas that India gave the world. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if many, many more Indians realise that in India reason has gone hand in hand with belief – and that is why a monk like Swami Vivekananda could say, “Is religion to justify itself by the discoveries of reason, through which every other sc...

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