Law,
archives

Archive for

IS INDIA TOO SOFT ON INSIDER TRADERS?

Whether or not Rajat Gupta¬†accused of insider trading in theUnited States, derived any financial benefit from doing so is a matter that will need to be proved at his trial in theUS. But the key point here is that Gupta is being brought to trial. This has significant implications for Indian regulatory approaches to insider … Continue reading

THE WALLS AGAINST RETAIL MARTS

When Mark Twain coined the phrase, “time cools, time clarifies; no mood can be maintained quite unaltered through the course of hours”, he probably overlooked the entire political class and their obstinacy to hold firm on decisions, especially in their opposition to matters. Last week, most foreign investors, policy pundits and economists were lauding the … Continue reading