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Critical Analysis of Right to Forget – A New Horizon of Right to Privacy and Victimology | ISSN No: 2347-9922

Abstract:

            The World is the full of information. Information gives identity to individual. Individual connected with World through information. All that is happened, happening and will going to happen becomes a part of information. Being a part of civilization, a man has very keenly taken a note of everything.  Either it may be by way of history, arts science, law, transport, medical, singing, dance, sports, service, finance, criminology and all ‘logis including information technology. Continue reading “Critical Analysis of Right to Forget – A New Horizon of Right to Privacy and Victimology | ISSN No: 2347-9922”

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Exemplary Corporate Social Responsibility initiative in India

Introduction:-

“..Society is not just the environment of the enterprise. Even the most private of business enterprise is an organ of society and serves a social function… The very nature of the modern business enterprise imposes responsibilities on the manager.”

Simply put, Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) maybe defined as “the ethical behavior of a company towards the society.” Continue reading “Exemplary Corporate Social Responsibility initiative in India”

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DIRECTORS LIABILITY IN INDIA: AN ANALYTICAL NOTE MAKING A BRIEF COMPARISON WITH THE ENGLISH LAW

The position of directors has changed in the era of Corporate Governance to the extent that the directors have to protect the interest of not only the shareholders but also other stakeholders. Authors by way of this paper seeks to highlight the discussion of Directorial Roles, duties and Liabilities and tries to make a comparison of Indian Laws with that of the laws prevailing in England. To establish this, Continue reading “DIRECTORS LIABILITY IN INDIA: AN ANALYTICAL NOTE MAKING A BRIEF COMPARISON WITH THE ENGLISH LAW”

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THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE COMPANY SECRETARY – A FOCUS ON GOVERNANCE

As the importance of effective corporate governance continues to be critical in today’s environment, not least due to the global financial crisis, there has been increased focus on the role of the company secretary in Ireland. Most notably, the Companies Bill 2012 recently retained the need for a company secretary in both private and public companies. Continue reading “THE CHANGING ROLE OF THE COMPANY SECRETARY – A FOCUS ON GOVERNANCE”

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Corporate Governance – A Much Factor in the Present-World Economic Scenario

In the present century of emerging corporate sectors in the emerging economies and the rise of market economy has paved the way of corporate governance and thereby we can no longer stand going beyond globalisation. The further approach in order to carry on with a pace in the world of modern business progress as with the globalisation, the need of a proper model and practise of corporate governance round the corner and in the present scenario the interests of the board of directors, business partners, Continue reading “Corporate Governance – A Much Factor in the Present-World Economic Scenario”

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CORPORATE GOVERNANCE APPROACH FAVOURABLE TO INDIAN CORPORATE REALITY: (Chalking the Path to a Globally Integrated Approach)

“With rules, one asks, how far are they complied with? With principles, the right question is “How are they applied in practice?”

                                                                                            -Hampel Committee Report[1] Continue reading “CORPORATE GOVERNANCE APPROACH FAVOURABLE TO INDIAN CORPORATE REALITY: (Chalking the Path to a Globally Integrated Approach)”

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INSIDER TRADING- ITS ILLEGALITY AND LEGALITY

ABSTRACT

Insider trading is the trading of a corporation‘s stock or other securities (e.g. bonds or stock options) by individuals with potential access to non-public information about the company. In most countries, trading by corporate insiders such as officers, key employees, directors, and large shareholders may be legal, if this trading is done in a way that does not take advantage of non-public information. Continue reading “INSIDER TRADING- ITS ILLEGALITY AND LEGALITY”

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INTERFACE BETWEEN ANTIDUMPING AND COMPETITION LAW: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS

Introduction

‘While competition and antidumping laws come from the same family tree, the two diverge widely’.

            The laws relating to antidumping and competition protection has a common origin but they diverge into two entirely different category of legal structures. They have common origin in the sense that they both aims to protect market from unfair trade practices which hampers competition in the market however Continue reading “INTERFACE BETWEEN ANTIDUMPING AND COMPETITION LAW: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS”

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THE VODAFONE CONTROVERSY: THE IMPLICATION ON COMPANIES ACT

Chapter I

Introduction

The Supreme Court of India, on 20 January 2012, put an end to one the country’s most high profile litigations, and in the process delivered a judgment that will go a long way in changing perceptions of India as a global commercial destination. Continue reading “THE VODAFONE CONTROVERSY: THE IMPLICATION ON COMPANIES ACT”

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Disinvestment for Better Governance: How Regulatory Bodies Reinforce PSUs in the Slump

Abstract

Public Sector Units (PSU) are autonomous and semi-autonomous government owned and government operated agencies involved in commercial and industrial activities.  Disinvestment in PSUs, also known as divestment or divestiture and referring to the action of an organization (or government) selling or liquidating an asset or subsidiary, Continue reading “Disinvestment for Better Governance: How Regulatory Bodies Reinforce PSUs in the Slump”