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The article relates to the role of stock brokers and sub brokers in the stock exchange market. Their relation with stock exchange and clients is examined, while dealing with sale and purchase of securities.  - - Neha Bahl

Lenght: 5366 words
Added Date: 9 Oct 2007
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Insurance Companies

Insurance Act came into force on July 1, 1939 to consolidate and amend the law relating to business of insurance both of life and general insurances - - Akanksha & Akshay Kumar

Lenght: 4141 words
Added Date: 10 Oct 2007
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Domicile Of A Pseudo-Foreign Corporation

Article Is About How Indian Laws Are Ambiguous And Contradicting With Respect To The Determination Of Domicile Of A Corporation. - - Ankita Mathur

Lenght: 2190 words
Added Date: 17 Oct 2007
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Mergers & Takeovers

Businesses were competitive locally expanded to the national arena. Competitiveness in the national arena is now forcing business to go global. - - piyush singh & daphne menezes

Lenght: 2523 words
Added Date: 20 Oct 2007
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Retail Sector & FDI

The article gives an overview of the flashback, the present and future of retail trading in India. It also gives an overview of the expected investments in retail sector by the players and foreign investors, laws relating to FDI in retail sector and possibilities of growth of the sector. Lastly, it gives a brief information of the most talked about Bharti- Wal-Mart joint venture deal. - - Amritesh Mishra

Lenght: 947 words
Added Date: 11 Nov 2007
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Concept of Demat Shares

The article talks about dematerialisation of securitites and how this has led to greater efficiency.Dematerialization is a process by which physical certificates of an investor are converted into electronic form. The article further gives the process, advantages and disadvantages of dematerialisation. - - Atul & Garima

Lenght: 2928 words
Added Date: 22 Nov 2007
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Limited Liability Partnership

The Article deals with the concept of Limited Liability partnership which has features of both a company and a partnership. The artcle further delves upon the views and recommendations of the Naresh Chandra Committee Report. There is discussion about the UK legislation on Limited Liability Partnerships and how would it be useful in India. - - Garima  & T.Priyadarshini

Lenght: 3447 words
Added Date: 2 Dec 2007
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Special Economic Zones
Article: G lobalization has prompted a shift from an import substitution based development strategy to an export promotion policy. Countries are viewing Special Economic Zones as engines of economic growth. Following the Chinese precedent, Indian government has also adopted the Special Economic Zones model. - - Shikha Ohri
Lenght: 3388 words
Added Date: 8 Jan 2008
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Insider Trading And its Legal Mechanism

Insider trading may be perfectly legal, but the term is frequently used to refer to a practice, illegal in many jurisdictions, in which an insider or a related party trades based on material non-public information obtained during the performance of the insider's duties at the corporation, or otherwise misappropriated. - - Sudershani & Kartik

Lenght: 3022 words
Added Date: 15 Jan 2008
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Alternate Dispute Resolution
Article: Globalization has been a great stimulation in the process of integration of economies and societies of different countries across the globe. - - B.S. Ajatshatru Meena
Lenght: 2056 words
Added Date: 6 Feb 2008
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RBIs Control of Inflation
Article: RBI has always looked to tackle inflation by concentrating on the demand aspect. However quite clearly that hasn't had the desired impact. By increasing the bank rates and pushing down demand, RBI may slow down the growth of the economy and further stifle the farmers and the Small and Medium sized Entreprises (SME). - - Tishampati Sen
Lenght: 3233 words
Added Date: 19 Feb 2008
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Article: The author in his Paper has analysed the provisions of law for the regulation of the activity of takeovers in India and has attempted to determine the loopholes in the regulatory mechanisms with suggestions for reforms.- - Ankur Kashyap
Lenght: 5615 words
Added Date: 29 Feb 2008
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Insider Trading
Article: Meaning of Insider Trading, the laws regulating it in India, an international overview of insider trading and some shortcomings of the regulations relating to insider trading in India along with suggestions for the same. - - Himanshu & Sumeer
Lenght: 4938 words
Added Date: 20 Mar 2008
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Indoor Management

The doctrine of Indoor management, popularly known as the Turquand’s rule initially arose some 150 years ago in the context of the doctrine of constructive notice. - - Kunvar Bharat Singh

Lenght: 4445 words
Added Date: 8 Apr 2008
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Issue of Bonus Shares
Article: While the issue of bonus shares increases the total number of shares issued and owned, it does not increase the value of the company. - - Shagun Mehta
Lenght: 4450 words
Added Date: 8 Apr 2008
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