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  • Sebi comes out with list of 1,677 defaulters

    New Delhi: As many as 1,677 entities, including individuals, failed to pay penalties imposed by Sebi till the end of May, according to the regulator.

  • SEBI comes out with list of 1,677 defaulters

    New Delhi: As many as 1,677 entities, including individuals, failed to pay penalties imposed by Sebi till the end of May, according to the regulator. The list of defaulters as on May 31, 2018 “for non-payment of penalty imposed by Sebi through orders passed up to December 31, 2017” has been published on the regulator’s website today.

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    India trying to make Chabahar Port in Iran operational by 2019: Nitin Gadkari

    New Delhi: India is trying to make the strategic Chabahar Port in Iran operational by 2019, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. Gadkari was on a two-day visit to Tajikistan to represent India at a global conference on “International Decade for Action: Water for Sustainable Development”.

  • CIS: Sebi gives 2 more months to Anmol India to repay investors

    New Delhi, Cracking the whip on illegal investment schemes in the guise of plant cultivation and animal rearing, Sebi today directed Anmol India Agro-Herbal Farming & Dairies Care Company and its directors to repay money to investors within a maximum two months.

  • 135 million Aadhaar numbers may have leaked, claims report

    New Delhi : Aadhaar numbers and personal information of as many as 135 million could have been leaked from four government portals due to lack of IT security practices, the Centre for Internet and Society (CIS) has claimed.

  • Sebi imposes `2-cr fine on Saradha Realty, others

    New Delhi :  In the high-profile Saradha Realty case, markets regulator the Sebi on Friday imposed a fine of Rs 2 crore on the company, its chief Sudipta Sen and two directors for failing to comply with its earlier directions to wind up illicit money-pooling schemes and refund the investors.

  • Tribunal upholds Sebi’s order on Osian’s CIS; sets aside refund part

    New Delhi : The Securities Appellate Tribunal upheld Sebi’s order that art fund Osian’s was running Collective Investment Scheme (CIS), but asked the markets regulator to decide afresh while setting aside the directions for refund to investors.

  • No Russian love, so Goa Tourism dials CIS, Europe, China for tourists

    Panaji: Anxious about a potential drop in Russian tourists, a mainstay for Goa’s travel and tourism industry, the authorities here are desperately wooing other European markets – and even China – in a bid to make up the numbers.