Monthly Archives: July 2013

What ITA 2008 lacks

I draw attention to today’s article in Hindu¬†highlighting the plight of two Air India employees who have been charged under Section 66A and 67 following a complaint motivated by union rivalry. It is stated that the Police in this case … Continue reading

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New Bank Licenses, Eligibility Evaluation

We have discussed in general the issues that dominate the challenge before the RBI in determining who amongst the 26 Banking license applicants should be given the licenses. To start with, there are divergent views on how many licenses need … Continue reading

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IT Companies vie for business from New Banks

Even before the decision on which of the 26 applicants will get Banking license, Infosys, TCS and Oracle are vieing with each other for supply of Core Banking software to the new Banks. It is estimated that each Bank will … Continue reading

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Loan Through SMS ??

There is an interesting website on the cyber space which promises all kinds of loans for which application can be made through SMS. Check this interesting website¬† The site sports photographs of all Congress leaders including Mrs Sonia Gandhi, Dr … Continue reading

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Mumbai High Court Upholds Adjudicator’s decision

Mumbai High Court has upheld the decisions of the Adjudicator of Maharashtra Mr Rajesh Agarwal in respect of two cases referred to it by ICICI Bank. The Bank had challenged the order of the Adjudicator and prayed for a stay … Continue reading

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Android to be banned?

The proliferation of adult content on android apps has drawn the attention of the Government and serious thoughts are being given to the ways and means of controlling the menace. One of the thoughts that is flying across is whether … Continue reading

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