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Why SEBI is Failing at Regulating Insider Trading in India

[Bhavya Bhandari is currently pursuing an LLM. in Corporation Law at NYU School of Law. She can be reached at bnb288@nyu.edu. The Indian securities market regulator has been criticized in the last two decades for its failure to investigate and … Continue reading

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State & Individual : Revisiting Social Contract – New Delhi, India

Jus Dicere hosts State & Individual: Revisiting Social Contract on February 25, 2018. Since the beginning of human civilization, social contracts have helped structure how people and governments worked together. Societies are controlled by governments. This is the starting point … Continue reading

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India Clings to Cash, Even as Tech Firms Push Digital Money

India’s Paytm and global heavyweights like Google are moving aggressively to persuade reluctant Indians to give up their rupee notes. Read more detail on Recent Business Law posts –

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India Seeks To Ban Instant Divorce

From Al Jazeera: New Delhi, India – India's lower house of parliament has passed a bill that seeks to criminalise "triple talaq", a style of instant divorce used by some in the Muslim community despite the country's top court suspending… … Continue reading

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Arbitrability of Fraud in India – Is Ayyasamy only about “Seriousness”?

[Shubham Jain and Prakshal Jain are V Year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) students at National Law School of India University, Bangalore] Introduction The question of arbitrability of fraud in case of domestic seated arbitration in India was addressed by the Supreme … Continue reading

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