Free Press Journal
  • How will JEE, NEET twice a year benefit the students? Details inside

    The recent announcement by the HRD Minister, Prakash Javadekar, has ushered in changes, which I believe is a welcome move in easing the situation, and alleviating the pressure currently attached to students of engineering and medical streams. As the opportunity to appear for these highly competitive exams to gain a seat in one of the elite colleges gets doubled, students can now appear twice without wasting a full year. Additionally, the exams are timed in a way that now students can judiciously devote time to both boards and entrance exams and pace their preparations accordingly.

  • PW moves the SAT against SEBI order

    New Delhi : Price Waterhouse (PW), on Wednesday, moved the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) challenging the Securities and Exchange Board of India’s (SEBI) order against the audit major and its network entities in the multi-crore Satyam scam.

  • SAT rejects Sahara plea against Sebi order on mutual fund biz

    Mumbai : The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) on Friday rejected Sahara’s plea against a Sebi order cancelling its mutual fund licence, but granted the company six weeks’ time to approach the Supreme Court.

  • Sebi

    Sebi-PACL: SAT rejects Bhangoo’s stay plea; hearing on Jan 29

    Mumbai: In the PACL case involving refund of a whopping Rs 60,000 crore to investors, tribunal SAT today rejected an appeal by  to stay the recovery process initiated by Sebi and listed the matter for hearing on January 29. An earlier plea by Bhangoo, one of the main promoters of the PACL group which includes companies like Pearls Agrotech Corp Ltd and Pearls Golden Forest Ltd (PGFL), is already pending before the Securities

  • 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.

  • DLF challenges Sebi order imposing Rs 26 crore fine

    New Delhi : DLF filed an appeal before Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) against capital market watchdog Sebi’s order slapping Rs 26 crore penalty on it for indulging in “fraudulent and unfair trade practices”.

  • Corporate Briefs

    ‘Flash crash’: SAT asks NSE to settle trade annulment case

  • SAT allows DLF to redeem Rs 1806 cr of mutual fund investments

    Mumbai : In a major interim relief to DLF, the Securities Appellate Tribunal allowed the realty giant to redeem mutual funds worth Rs 1,806 crore to meet working capital needs and service debt payments, reports PTI.

  • DLF seeks Sebi nod to redeem Rs 1600 cr from MF investments

    Mumbai:  Real estate giant DLF today sought Sebi’s approval to redeem Rs 1,600 crore from its mutual fund investments as it is facing a three-year ban by the market regulator from accessing the capital market. The Delhi-based developer has made the request through an affidavit submitted to the Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT), which is hearing DLF’s appeal against the ban imposed by the watchdog.