There may rarely be anyone unfamiliar with the term ‘cheque’.
This instrument of commerce has, in many ways, revolutionised the ways and means by which commerce is done. Although the early history relating to the invention and use of a ‘cheque’ or a ‘negotiable instrument’ is unclear, it is said that the among the first was the Bank of England, which officially dealt with cheques way back in 1717.
Fiefdom under the state - Goa Land Conservation and Management Bill, 2011
Will this policy create a new class of economic colonisers? We will have to wait watch and be ready to face them head on
Will the legal doctrine of ‘legitimate expecation’ put a spoke in the Government’s plan of denotification of Regional Plan?
The year is 1954 and Lord Denning is presiding as the Judge of the Court of Appeals in matter between two ‘Packers’. Submissions are made by the counsel of one of them, and the other opposed it submitting that the same had never been done before. To this submission, and rising to the occasion Denning said:-
The Finance Ministry in pursuance of the Minister’s budget speech and the Reserve Bank’s Annual Policy Statement for the year 2010-11, a discussion paper on Entry of New Banks in the Private Sector was placed on the RBI website on August 11, 2010. The discussion paper marshalled international practices, Indian experience as well as the extant ownership and governance (O&G) guidelines.
The writer discusses the actions and outcomes of the unconstitutional Salwa Judum
The writer anayles the Prevention of Corruption Act and the suggested changes to it
A new legislation is waiting to change the way solo business are run in India
Justice Arijit Pasayat whilst presiding over the Division Bench of the Orissa High Court expressed that: