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Consequences of non-payment of outstanding Annual Listing Fees for FY 2020-21 | Listed Companies – Be Alert !!!!!

SEBI - NSE and BSE both vide Circular Ref No: NSE/CML/2020/53 and notice no. 20201106-39 dated 06.11.2020, respectively has issued circular stating Action(s) to be initiated against listed companies for non-payment of outstanding Annual Listing Fees (“ALF”) for Financial Year 2020-21....

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History of Indian Securities Market over the last century

SEBI - SEBI which has done great services to our nation through regulating the business in stock exchanges, securities markets, and various other functions contains in its web site the history of the Indian securities market over the last century. This article intends to introduce you to various historical narratives that led our nation through ...

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Stock Market Timings in India

SEBI - Meaning of Stock Exchange Stock exchange is a marketplace where securities, such as stocks and bonds, are bought and sold. In simple words Stock exchange is a place where investors meet to buy and sell securities of a Listed Company. Anyone who deals in the Indian Stock Market should know about the timings of Trade […]...

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Change in Eligibility Criteria for Listing on BSE SME Platform

SEBI - ombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE LTD.) issued a notice numbered 2020/05/22-21 dated 22nd May, 2020 regarding relaxation given to Companies for listing on its SME platform....

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Taxation of Derivatives

SEBI - Since, there is no transfer or delivery of the underlying asset in case of futures, the income or loss from it cannot be taxed under the head “capital gains. Therefore, depending upon the fact whether the assessee is a trader or an investor, the head of income — that is, income from business and profession or income from other sources...

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India’s First Fully Sharia Compliant Company lists on BSE- SME Platform

SEBI - India’s First Fully Sharia Compliant Company, Octaware Technologies Limited, lists on the Bombay Stock Exchange - SME Platform. Octaware Technologies is a highly experienced software development, enterprise solution and consulting firm engaged in the business of providing a range of Information Technology...

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Transaction details by sms from today for BSE investors

SEBI - To enhance transparency in Stock market tradings, the Bombay Stock Exchange will provide SMS of transaction details to mobile phones and Email accounts of investors from today....

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500 listed companies to provide for electronic voting

SEBI - SEBI Board Meeting - Platform for e-voting by shareholders of listed entities; manner of dealing with audit reports filed by listed entities and amendment to certain provisions in SEBI (ICDR) regulations relating to infrastructure sector, etc....

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Revenue department opposed abolition of Securities Transaction Tax (STT)

SEBI - The revenue department is opposed to abolition of Securities Transaction Tax (STT) as the levy helps keep a tab on investments in markets and track flow of unaccounted funds. STT helps in overall regulation and keep a check on cost involved. The stock exchanges have been asking the Finance Ministry to abolish STT arguing that such a step ...

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SEBI puts in place mechanisms to monitor and assess foreign institutional investments

SEBI - The Government and the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) have put in place mechanisms to monitor and assess foreign institutional investments. These mechanisms help to promote safe, transparent and efficient markets and protect market integrity. The systems established include advanced risk management mechanisms comprising of ...

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Loss on dividend stripping transactions cannot be disallowed for years prior to introduction of specific anti-avoidance provisions

CIT Vs M/s. Walfort Share & Stock Brokers P. Ltd. (Supreme Court of India) - S. 94(7) was inserted prospectively w.e.f. 1.4.2002 to disallow dividend stripping losses. If the argument of the Revenue that even transactions prior to s. 94(7) can be disallowed is accepted, it will render s. 94(7) redundant and also lead to anomalous results....

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Section 4 of SCR Act, 1956 does not require publication of pre-recognition Rules and Bye-laws of a Stock

Mahesh Ratilal Shah Vs Union of India (Supreme Court of India) - As would be evident from the pleadings and submissions made on behalf of the respective arties, the main question which we are called upon to consider is whether in the absence of publication of the Rules and Bye-laws of the Bombay Stock Exchange, which had been framed prior to its recognition in 19...

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Allowability of depreciation on the Bombay Stock Exchange Membership Card

CIT Vs Techno Shares & Shares Limited and Various other Stock Broking Houses (Bombay High Court) - Recently, the Bombay High Court in the case of CIT v. Techno Shares & Shares Limited and Various other Stock Broking Houses (ITA no. 971 of 2006 and 218 of 2007) held that the depreciation cannot be granted on Bombay Stock Exchange Membership Card (BSE card) acquired on or after 1 April 1998 either ...

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AAR on tax rate applicable to a foreign company on LTCG accruing to it on sale of shares in Indian company

Fujitsu Services Ltd., In re (Authority for Advance Rulings) - The applicant is a non-resident Company incorporated in United Kingdom. It is engaged in the business of information technology services. The applicant acquired the shares in Zensar Technologies Limited (for short `Zensar'), an Indian company by making payments in foreign currency between 1963 and 1...

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Filing of reporting to Stock Exchanges for violations of Insider Trading Regulations, relating to Code of Conduct

Ref. LIST/COMP/76/2020-21 - (23/12/2020) - In order to ease the filing of Reporting for violations of Code of Conduct (CoC), the Exchange has now provided a facility in the Listing Centre for filing by the listed companies. The path for this filing in the BSE Listing Centre is as follows:...

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Filing of Statement of Deviation or Variation in XBRL Mode by Companies

Ref. LIST/COMP/35/2020-21 - (21/07/2020) - The disclosure to the Stock Exchange(s) shall be made by listed entities on quarterly basis along with the declaration of financial results (within 45 days of end of each quarter / 60 days from the end of the last quarter of the financial year) until such funds are fully utilized or the purpose for ...

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Guidelines on Framework for listing of Commercial Paper

LIST/COMP/46/2019-20 - (27/12/2019) - All market participants and issuers of Commercial Papers which intend to list their Commercial Papers with the Exchange shall be required to ensure following guidelines before the issuance of Commercial Paper....

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Service of Notice of court through Listing Centre only of Schemes of Companies Compromise, Arrangement, Amalgamation

LIST/COMP/44/2018-19 - (26/02/2019) - Henceforth, any service of notice under Section 230 (5) or Section 66 of the Companies Act 2013 seeking Exchange’s representations or objections if any, would be accepted and processed through the Listing Centre only and no physical filings would be accepted....

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BSE Circular on Deficiencies in disclosures related to Pledge of Shares

LIST/COMP/43/2018-19 - (19/02/2019) - Bombay Stock Exchange Circulars to Listed Companies LIST/COMP/43/2018-19 February 19, 2019 Dear Sir/Madam, Subject: Deficiencies in disclosures related to Pledge of Shares Regulation 31 of SEBI (Substantial Acquisition of shares and takeovers) Regulation, 2011 requires the promoter of every company...

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Filing of reporting to Stock Exchanges for violations of Insider Trading Regulations, relating to Code of Conduct

Ref. LIST/COMP/76/2020-21 (23/12/2020)

In order to ease the filing of Reporting for violations of Code of Conduct (CoC), the Exchange has now provided a facility in the Listing Centre for filing by the listed companies. The path for this filing in the BSE Listing Centre is as follows:...

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Consequences of non-payment of outstanding Annual Listing Fees for FY 2020-21 | Listed Companies – Be Alert !!!!!

NSE and BSE both vide Circular Ref No: NSE/CML/2020/53 and notice no. 20201106-39 dated 06.11.2020, respectively has issued circular stating Action(s) to be initiated against listed companies for non-payment of outstanding Annual Listing Fees (“ALF”) for Financial Year 2020-21....

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History of Indian Securities Market over the last century

SEBI which has done great services to our nation through regulating the business in stock exchanges, securities markets, and various other functions contains in its web site the history of the Indian securities market over the last century. This article intends to introduce you to various historical narratives that led our nation through ...

Read More
Posted Under: SEBI |

Filing of Statement of Deviation or Variation in XBRL Mode by Companies

Ref. LIST/COMP/35/2020-21 (21/07/2020)

The disclosure to the Stock Exchange(s) shall be made by listed entities on quarterly basis along with the declaration of financial results (within 45 days of end of each quarter / 60 days from the end of the last quarter of the financial year) until such funds are fully utilized or the purpose for which these proceeds were raised has bee...

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Stock Market Timings in India

Meaning of Stock Exchange Stock exchange is a marketplace where securities, such as stocks and bonds, are bought and sold. In simple words Stock exchange is a place where investors meet to buy and sell securities of a Listed Company. Anyone who deals in the Indian Stock Market should know about the timings of Trade […]...

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Posted Under: SEBI |

Change in Eligibility Criteria for Listing on BSE SME Platform

ombay Stock Exchange Limited (BSE LTD.) issued a notice numbered 2020/05/22-21 dated 22nd May, 2020 regarding relaxation given to Companies for listing on its SME platform....

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Posted Under: SEBI |

Taxation of Derivatives

Since, there is no transfer or delivery of the underlying asset in case of futures, the income or loss from it cannot be taxed under the head “capital gains. Therefore, depending upon the fact whether the assessee is a trader or an investor, the head of income — that is, income from business and profession or income from other sources...

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Posted Under: SEBI |

Guidelines on Framework for listing of Commercial Paper

LIST/COMP/46/2019-20 (27/12/2019)

All market participants and issuers of Commercial Papers which intend to list their Commercial Papers with the Exchange shall be required to ensure following guidelines before the issuance of Commercial Paper....

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India’s First ‘Unlimited Trading Subscription Plans’ with Indiabulls Shubh

The Indiabulls Shubh is a discount broking platform which offers unlimited trading with subscription-based plans. The customers could pick from a range of subscription plans on both Intraday as well as Delivery....

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Posted Under: SEBI |

Compilation of monthly Corporate Law updates of August 2019

Article contains update on Amendment to Companies Act, 2013 and its Rules, Amendment to SEBI Law, NCLT Order, Highlights of Consumer Protection Bill, Labour laws, E-commerce guidelines for Consumer Protection ICSI – Recognition to Company Secretaries to act as Arbitrator under the Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019, upda...

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