Thapar Group’s BILT in bankruptcy court
IDBI Bank has the largest exposure to the company with Rs 400 crore of loans outstanding.
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Bankruptcy board set to tackle group insolvency
Bringing entities on the basis of inter-connectedness or common assets into the group resolut...
Terms set for DHFL liquidation after big loss
India’s bankruptcy courts attempt to resolve its first shadow bank insolvency.
Nirbhaya case: Court says no further directions required to supply documents to convicts
Additional Sessions Judge Ajay Kumar Jain said the convicts' lawyer can take pictures of the relevant documents, diary and paintings from the Tihar jail authorities.
Supreme Court to hear all pleas against AGR dues next week
Sources said the court on Friday agreed to hear the pleas of GAIL India, Power Grid Corporation and Oil India that filed clarificatory applications on Wednesday and Thursday, which was the deadline for the payments. Sources added that RailTel and Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) also have filed similar applications.
Nirbhaya case: Prosecution tells court Tihar jail supplied all documents sought by convicts' lawyer
An advocate appearing for three of the four death row convicts in the case has moved the court on Friday alleging that the Tihar jail authorities were not handing over certain documents and this was causing delay in filing their mercy and curative petitions.
Insolvency against Raheja Developers halted, Board to manage
The developer had moved the appellate tribunal after the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) held the company to be in default of its obligations to two home buyers who had approached the tribunal.
UN Court orders Myanmar to prevent Rohingya genocide
The International Court of Justice on Thursday ordered Myanmar to take urgent measures to protect its Rohingya population from atrocities, a ruling hailed as a “triumph of international justice” by the tiny African country that brought the case.
Court orders YS Jagan Mohan Reddy to mark his presence every friday
The order, of the court that tries cases under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), comes a fortnight after the CBI court junked a similar plea of Reddy in disproportionate-assets cases against him.
Centre standing on brink of bankruptcy: Yashwant Sinha
Former BJP leader Yashwant Sinha asserted that the economy was passing through its "worst-ever crisis" due to the "death of demand" in sectors. He was speaking on the sidelines of his "Gandhi Shanti Yatra" against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Register of Citizens (NRC). Sinha served as finance minister of India during 1998-2002.
AASU welcomes Supreme Court decision on separate hearing
Aasu, a signatory to the Assam Accord, is spearheading the anti-CAA protest since December last year. Bhattacharya said the twin fight against CAA will continue.
Special court allows 7 days custody of Amrapali group directors to ED
According to ED's special counsel, the directors of Amrapali group of companies are accused of misappropriating and diverting the money of investors for their personal use. The investors had deposited the money with the company for purchasing flats. The ED is inquiring the matter on the apex court's directions, which had passed the order in this regard.
Why no summons served to Dow Chemical, Court asks MHA in Bhopal Gas Leak case
The Bhopal Group for Information & Action (BGIA), an NGO working for survivors of the gas leak tragedy, had filed an application in this regard. despite six summons issued by the Bhopal district court since 2014, the CBI could not produce authorized representative of Dow Chemical Company in the court, it said.
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