MUMBAI: The crippled non-banking financial companies are hoping for better days in the New Year as they expect liquidity conditions to improve on the back of various measures announced by the government and the Reserve Bank. Asset quality pressures, liquidity squeeze, asset-liability mismatches, higher borrowing costs, rising defaults levels, and rating downgrades made 2019 Read More →

The sport was made for television. The world’s first televised sporting event was the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Seventy-two hours of live Olympics coverage went to viewing booths called “Public Television Offices” in Berlin. The first broadcast showed Jesse Owens winning the 100m final. Since then television and sport have helped each other reach bigger and Read More →

  The fact that the internet has become a crime scene in this modern age world, cyberlaw has been in the most necessary to implement. Innovation is inevitable and running away from technology is neither the answer to avoid harm nor is it really going to protect us. With most of the young generation always Read More →

Arbitration and mediation are different methods of dispute settlement that can be broadly placed under the category of alternate dispute resolution (ADR) methods. These methods involve out-of-court settlements to avoid unnecessary litigation and receive quick settlement of disputes. Business is one of the most widely seen professions. Thus, it is quite natural that there would Read More →

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will be issuing guidelines within two months for the fintech companies to test their new products on a small group of users before scaling up. This regulatory sandbox will help fintech companies to launch innovative products at a lower cost and in less time and enable fintech companies to Read More →