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How negative crude oil price led to multiple legal battles in India

MUMBAI, May 16 -- The Multi-Commodity Exchange of India Ltd (MCX) settling its April crude oil contracts at minus Rs.2,884 a barrel, following the historic crash in prices in the US has resulted into ... Read More


Franklin Templeton says negative outcome of voting would delay refund process

Mumbai, May 15 -- Twenty two days after Franklin Templeton India shut down its six debt schemes and left 300,000 investors in the lurch, the fund house said a negative outcome to e-voting would delay ... Read More


Franklin Templeton's e-voting views throw open legal debate

New Delhi, May 15 -- Twenty-two days after Franklin Templeton India shut down its six debt schemes and left 300,000 investors in the lurch, the fund house said a negative outcome to e-voting would del... Read More


India moves closer in getting Vijay Mallya extradited

Mumbai, May 14 -- Business tycoon Vijay Mallya is one step closer to being forced to return to India to face fraud charges after a London court made further UK challenges to his extradition nearly imp... Read More


Lockdown 3: Sebi eases public float norms for India Inc

New Delhi, May 14 -- The market regulator, Securities & Exchange Board of India (Sebi) efforts to help entities navigate compliances during covid-19 related lockdown continued on Thursday. The regula... Read More


Sebi eases compliance norms for listed firms

New Delhi, May 13 -- The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Tuesday further eased compliance requirements for listed companies, with a prolonged lockdown continuing to hamper business op... Read More


Franklin Templeton begins reaching out to investors for refunds

MUMBAI, May 12 -- Franklin Templeton India has started contacting its 300,000 investors whose money is stuck in the six shuttered debt schemes. This comes after rap from Securities and Exchange Board ... Read More


Lockdown 3: Sebi eases compliances for virtual AGMs, banks' financial reporting

MUMBAI, May 12 -- The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) on Tuesday further relaxed compliance norms listed entities on conducting virtual annual general meetings (AGMs), making it easier f... Read More


Govt likely to clarify on Chinese FDI norms

Mumbai, May 11 -- The government is likely to issue clarifications to its recent notification that altered foreign direct investment (FDI) norms for Chinese companies planning to invest in India, two ... Read More


Franklin offers unconditional apology to Sebi

New Delhi, May 8 -- Franklin Templeton India apologized to markets regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) over comments made by the company's global chief executive Jenny Johnson, whi... Read More