CoC will refund ₹19,350 crore to JSW if the ED plea to attach Bhushan Power assets is upheld by SC
Even as the Chairman of Tata Sons bets on new areas such as electric vehicles, digital and healthcare, legacy challenges continue to shadow the $106 billion conglomerate.
Times Group sends legal notice to BARC, demands Rs 450 cr in damages
The company contended that the ratings agency ‘wilfully and deliberately’ did not take action on the findings of a July 2020 report commissioned after whistleblower allegations about TRP manipulation
Giving seven-days time to comply, the legal notice warned that the media group will be constrained to adopt criminal and also civil action against the BARC.
Bennett Coleman & Company Ltd is a subscriber of viewership data from Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC).
The notice said that the BARC willfully and deliberately did not take action on the findings of a July 2020 report commissioned following whistleblower allegations about TRP (television rating points) manipulation.
Bennett Coleman & Company Ltd has issued a legal notice to Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) India, alleging “Illegal and fraudulent viewership data manipulation and tampering of Television Rating Points at the Broadcast Audience Research Council”, and has demanded INR 431 Crore for the cumulative damages its Times Network channel ...
Times Network has issued a legal notice to the Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) for illegal and fraudulent viewership manipulation and tampering of Television Audience Measurement and Television Rating Points (TRP), particularly of its English news channel Times Now by BARC.
Times Group sends legal notice to BARC, demands Rs 450 crore in damages-Business Journal
These statutory amendments, made public in the Finance Bill on Monday after the budget, will enable the life insurer to comply with key listing requirements mandated by the capital market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) along with requirements detailed under the Companies Act.
Redevelopment projects of MHADA colonies need not pay premium on FSI-free common areas, rules high court
This benchmark ruling would change cost structures of such projects because up to 30% of a real estate project’s cost in Mumbai goes towards more than 22 premiums collected by authorities.