The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 16 , 2014
Business

Sebi slaps 14-year ban on Raju

B. Ramalinga Raju — India’s biggest corporate shyster — and four others were barred today from accessing the country’s capital markets for 14 years and directed to return with interest Rs 1,849 crore worth of unlawful gains that they made through insider trading and ill...   | Read..
 

Core projects get a boost

To encourage infrastructure development, the RBI today exempted long-term bonds from mandatory regulatory norms such as CRR and SLR if the money raised is used for fundin...   | Read..
 

Prop for affordable housing

The RBI today gave a boost to affordable housing by allowing banks to raise long-term funds to finance these projects....   | Read..
 

VW priority to localisation

German auto major Volkswagen will invest Rs 1,500 crore in the country over the next six years in various activities, including the local production of engines....   | Read..
 
Sebi slaps 14-year ban on Raju


 Press Releases

Debt mutuals seek redress

Mutual funds want the government to defer the imposition of long-term capital gains tax on debt...   | Read..

SBI selective in rate cut

The State Bank of India today reduced the interest rate on select term deposits by up to 50 bas...   | Read..
 
 
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