Monthly Archives: June 2016

Supreme Court’s mistake is behind an innocent girl’s suicide in Salem

Last year, two erudite Honourable Judges of the Supreme Court of India namely Justice F.Nariman and Justice Chelmeshwar heard a case filed by one Ms Shreya Singhal on the misuse of Facebook. These were cases where the Police had interpreted … Continue reading

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Bitcoin back on the RBI radar

Naavi.org has earlier ¬†discussed Bitcoin in detail in several articles in the past. ¬†A list of such articles is available at https://www.naavi.org/wp/index.php?s=Bitcoin The gist of earlier discussions is a) Bitcoin per-se is an electronic document recognized as such under iTA … Continue reading

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Can “Special EU Economic zone” sort out the problems created by BrExit?

There have been various views expressed by experts about the impact of BrExit on the UK economy, Global Economy and more specifically on the Indian economy. The stock markets have provided a first day feedback which was alarming. There is … Continue reading

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Vision 2018- RBI on the future of Payment Systems in India

Reserve Bank of India has revised its Vision document on Payment and Settlement Systems for 2012-2015 and issued a new document titled Vision-2018 which incorporates some important guidelines to be followed by all stake holders. The Vision-2018 professes to revolve … Continue reading

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Managing the Brexit Virus will be the next challenge..Lessons from IS practice

The BrExit referendum has exposed the complacency of international financial managers including India where we never had any serious discussion running into the BrExit poll on how it could affect the Indian corporate sector. Some of the Business Channels like … Continue reading

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InMobi fined Rs 6.39 crores for non compliance of Privacy Regulations

In what should be an eye opener for the new generation tech companies, who are unmindful of legal compliance, In Mobi, the mobile advertising company has been fined US $ 950,000 (approx R 6.39 crores) for collecting information about children … Continue reading

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