SEBI unveils the final norms for alternate investment funds, Maharashtra courts may start using video conferencing to prevent undertrials from escaping, Tatas worried over the fate of their Delhi property and much more.
SEBI unveils final regulations for alternate investment funds
[VC Circle] The Securities and Exchange Bureau of India has unveiled the final norms to regulate all alternate investment funds active in the country.
Maharashtra courts to use video conferencing between courts and prisons
[DNA India] The Maharashtra government may soon be using video conferencing between jails and courts. The move is aimed to reduce the possibilities of undertrials escaping while being transported.
Tatas to seek Salve’s advice on lease dispute with NDMC over its Taj Mahal property
[ET] The Tata group has sought the expert opinion of Harish Salve in its ongoing dispute with the NDMC over the Taj Mahal property in Delhi
Delhi HC to frame guidelines for juvenile crime
[Hindustan Times] Concern over the wrongful detention of more than a 100 juveniles in Tihar Jail, the Delhi High Court has take suo moto cognisance of the issue. The court will soon be framing guidelines for the same.
CIC criticises lack of time-frame in disposal of corruption complaints by CVC
[Deccan Herald] The country’s Chief Information Commissioner recently lashed out at the lack of a time frame in disposing complaints filed before the CVC.
Bombay HC issues notice to BCCI on security dues of Rs.9.9 crore during previous IPL editions
[The Daily Pioneer] The Bombay High Court has issued notice in a PIL filed by a Navi Mumbai resident. The petitioner has alleged that the BCCI is yet to clear nearly Rs. 10 crore for security provided during the previous editions of the IPL.
Can journalists be forced to reveal their sources?
[ToI] In the backdrop of highly confidential communications being leaked, here is an interesting column on whether a journalist can be directed to reveal his/her source of information.