ROLE OF SEBI IN REGULATIONG THE SECONDARY MARKET

Functions of SEBI in managing secondary market activities Secondary Market is considered to be a market where securities (collateral) are exchanged after originally being offered to the public in the primary market and registered on the Stock Exchange. Major trading is usually done in the secondary market. Secondary market includes equity markets and the debt 

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SHAREHOLDERS’ AGREEMENT

                            ‘A contract defining shareholders’ rights and obligations’ When an individual is planning to establish a company with family members or friends it is easy to presume that nothing can go wrong in the coming years. You might conclude that as you trust each other and you are not in need of something called as shareholders’ agreement, rather it 

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WAYS OF IDENTIFICATION OF BANKRUPTCY FRAUDS

‘How to identify bankruptcy-related white-collar crimes and avoid them’ Introduction  When filing for bankruptcy, you are supposed to enlist all the property that you own at present and also any assets that you have transferred to others within a specific period. If you intentionally do not mention the information required when filing your bankruptcy paper, 

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CERTIFICATE ON CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE

As was once wisely said by John Rawls, “the fundamental criterion for judging any procedure is the justice of its likely results”. As far as the criminal justice system goes, the procedure holds avery important place for the courts. Procedural law can be considered to be the collection of rules that govern how courts do 

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CERTIFICATE COURSE ON LAW OF EVIDENCE

‘Evidence’, a word that is used quite generously in our daily lives, is one that actually holds a much greater gravitas. One single piece of evidence is all one needs to make or break a case in the court of law. Evidence can be described as the material that is presented before a court of 

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CERTIFICATE IN CODE OF CIVIL PROCEDURE

The term “procedure” evolves from the word “procéder”,which is French for ‘proceed’. Procedural law can be considered to be the collection of rules that govern how courts do their business. It basically controls how courts hear cases and how parties can bring their case before the court. Procedure is what helps courts decide matters in 

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CERTIFICATE IN COMPETITION LAW

India’s step to liberalize, globalize and privatize the Indian economy was a largely impactful one, and not one without consequences. The laws that would govern the market earlier were the Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices, 1969 (MRTP Act), which restricted the growth of monopolies in the market. India’s transition from a “command and control” economy 

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CERTIFICATE IN NEW MEDIA LAWS

One of the pillars of democracy in any nation is the media. The power that the media holds is commendable, but at the same time one must not ignore the responsibility it wields as well. The media holds an immense amount of influence on the public, and it can make or break the system as 

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TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE

THE TURMERIC CASE On March 28, 1995 the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) granted a patent (US 5401504) to two expatriate Indians of the University of Mississippi Medical Centre for a method of promoting healing of a wound by administering turmeric to a patient afflicted with the wound. Turmeric is a plant yielding 

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TRIAL BY MEDIA

“Here’s a nation, one of the founding pillars was freedom of speech and freedom of expression. And yet we have imposed upon people restrictions, on what they can say, on what they can think. And the media is the largest proponent of this, crucifying people who say things really quite innocently.” -Benjamin Carson In India, 

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WELL-KNOWN MARKS

Well-known trade and service marks enjoy in most countries protection against signs which are considered a reproduction, imitation or translation of that mark provided that they are likely to cause confusion in the relevant sector of the public. Well-known marks are usually protected, irrespective of whether they are registered or not, in respect of goods 

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CERTIFICATE COURSE ON INDIAN PENAL CODE

The criminal justice system of a nation can only be as strong and efficient as the statutes governing such law are. The statutes that form the backbone of such system can be divided into two sub-categories: the substantive and the procedural. The Indian Penal Code forms the majority of the former category. With the IPC 

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Online Certificate course on Information Security, Privacy and Data Protection — Scope and requirements in the IT Industry

All organizations rely on the use of information in their daily work. For this reason, organizations need to ensure that their information assets i.e. any piece of data which has value to the organization, such as an employee record, analysis reports, financial data, trade secrets, contracts, etc., are suitably protected. This is a key objective 

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