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Importance of Corporate Governance and Compliances

ABSTRACT Corporate governance in India encompasses processes, principles, and values that guide company management. High-profile scandals prompted the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) to implement regulations for transparency, strong boards, preventing insider trading, and protecting minority shareholders. SEBI emphasizes independent boards with at least one-third of independent directors and regulates substantial share acquisitions.

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Mary Roy V. The State Of Kerala 1986 Air 1011, 1986 Scr (1) 371

INTRODUCTION Mary Roy, an educator and human rights activist who is the mother of renowned writer Arundhati Roy. She is the woman who conducted the legal battle and the apex court ruled in 1986 that women had equal rights in their father’s property. This was a landmark judgment that persuaded the right of Christian women

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Trademark Exhaustion and Parallel Imports in the Digital Age: A Case Study of India

Abstract  This research paper aims to analyse the concept of trademark exhaustion and parallel imports in the digital age, focusing specifically on their implications within the context of India. With the rise of e-commerce and cross-border online sales, the traditional understanding of territorial trademark rights has been challenged. This paper examines the legal framework and

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Taxation of cryptocurrencies in India

Abstract Cryptocurrencies have emerged as a disruptive force in the global financial landscape, challenging traditional monetary systems and regulatory frameworks. India has witnessed a significant surge in cryptocurrency adoption and trading in recent years. As these digital assets gain popularity, the need to address their taxation becomes crucial to ensure a fair and efficient tax

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Reverse Mergers: Regulatory Challenges and Investor Protection

Abstract Reverse mergers, a unique form of corporate restructuring, have gained prominence in the corporate landscape as an alternative to traditional mergers and initial public offerings (IPOs). This research paper examines the regulatory challenges surrounding reverse mergers in the context of investor protection, with a focus on the Indian market. The study delves into the

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