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Written by Shubhlakshmi Shukla | Vadodra | Published: February 17 PCMC assistant commissioner Pandurang Zure, he said. shortly after 4 pm, who has also been named in the FIR, the photos and posters were of Modi. The few BJP bikers wore “Modi For PM” caps It was the first time since filing his nomination on April 9 that Advani was in his constituency He began the campaign from Bavla which is part of Sanand home to the Tata Motors Nano factory that helped Modi change his image from Hindu hardliner to industry-friendly CM But Sanand and Kalol another industrial belt are weak pockets for the BJP in Gandhinagar constituency and comprise mostly Thakurs and Patels among over 11 lakh voters Advani’s appearance comes after he had protested the denial of the ticket from Bhopal He tried to evoke his historical connection with Gujarat “We used to live in Karachi After Partition we shifted to Gandhidham in Kutch My Gujarat connection is old and strong” Advani told workers repeating what he had said at two workers’ meetings on April 9 In the same breath he made it clear that given his national responsibilities he won’t be campaigning much here and his family will take over “I have to campaign in other parts of India But my son and daughter will be here’’ Advani has not campaigned anywhere else in Gujarat yet Voters watching the cars pass appeared little interested in history “We now want to hear from him what he can do for the constituency” said Dhiru Patel who runs a small store “In our town the candidate does not matter It is the party that counts Advani has been our MP for so many years but we have hardly seen him here” said Jitu Mehta After a two-km long roadshow Advani was scheduled to visit Kalol and Gandhinagar North for the inauguration of party offices “I will be back the day after tomorrow” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: ENS Economic Bureau | Published: December 22 2015 1:40 am iquidation of companies is handled by the high courts individual cases are dealt with under the Presidency Towns Insolvency Act 1909 and Provincial Insolvency Act 1920 Related News The government on Monday introduced in Parliament the ‘Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2015’ that provides for resolution of insolvency in a speedier and time-bound manner The bill aims at promoting investments freeing up banks’ resources for other productive uses boosting credit markets and improving ease of doing business in India An effective legal framework for timely resolution of insolvency and bankruptcy would support development of credit markets and encourage entrepreneurship according to the statement of objects and reasons of the bill tabled in Lok Sabha by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley The bill also provides for setting up of an ‘Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India’ to regulate professionals agencies and information utilities engaged in resolution of insolvencies of companies partnership firms and individuals “The Code also proposes to establish a fund to be called the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Fund of India…” as per the document tabled It further says that a new legislation is needed to deal with insolvency and bankruptcy as the existing framework is “inadequate ineffective and results in undue delays in resolution” As per the proposed legislation the corporate insolvency would have to be resolved within a period 180 days extendable by 90 days It also provides for fast-track resolution of corporate insolvency within 90 days “The government’s move to table the Bankruptcy Law is a welcome step given the relatively long duration of insolvency proceedings in India vis-à-vis other OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries” said KV Karthik partner Financial Advisory Services Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India LLP Currently there is no single law dealing with insolvency and bankruptcy in India Liquidation of companies is handled by the high courts individual cases are dealt with under the Presidency Towns Insolvency Act 1909 and Provincial Insolvency Act 1920 Other laws which deal with the issue include SICA (Sick Industrial Companies Act) 1985; Recovery of Debt Due to Banks and Financial Institutions Act 1993 Sarfaesi (Securitisation and Reconsutriction of Financial Asseets and Enforcement of Security Interest) Act 2002 and Companies Act 2013 As a result four different agencies the high courts the Company Law Board the Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) and the Debt Recovery Tribunals (DRTs) have overlapping jurisdiction giving rise to the potential of systemic delays and complexities in the process A strong bankruptcy law can help overcome these challenges The Code also seeks to balance the interest of all the stakeholders including alteration in the priority of payment of government dues N K Premchandran of RSP opposed the bill saying it was a defective piece of legislation but later the lower House through voice allowed its introduction The Code seeks to provide for designating National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) as the adjudicating authorities for corporate persons and firms and individuals respectively for resolution of insolvency liquidation and bankruptcy Till the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India is set up the central government will exercise the powers of the Board or designate any financial sector regulator the powers and functions The bill also provides for priority with regard to distribution of proceeds following liquidation of the company In the order of priority the first charge will be insolvency resolution process cost and liquidiation costs to be paid in full Liquidation proceeds will then be used to clear debts owed to secured creditors and then to pay workmen’s dues for 12 months unpaid dues to employees other than workmen and financial dues owed to unsecured creditors in that order Government taxes for two years other debts preference shareholders and equity shareholders will receive last priority for payment It also provides for monetary penalty and jail term of up to five years for concealment of property defrauding creditors and furnishing false information The Code also provides for fast track corporate insolvency resolution process to be completed in 90 days “Having a robust insolvency resolution mechanism can help creditors recover a larger part of their investment faster allowing them to re-invest in other businesses thereby facilitating the efficient flow of capital across the economy” Karthik said Comparison with the US Chapter 11 In the US there are two main bankruptcy procedures for corporations Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Chapter 7 is the liquidation code and provides for the appointment of a trustee by the court to oversee the liquidation of the company Under Chapter 7 the business is closed down before sale and the assets auctioned Chapter 11 allows a firm to remain in operation while a plan of reorganisation is worked out with creditors The Indian Code provides for quick identification of financial distress and a 180-day plan extendable by 90 days to revive a company following which the company becomes insolvent With regard to management control under the US Chapter 11 the company retains the management control while working to achieve pre-agreed goals within a certain timeframe The Indian code provides for management control to pass over to resolution professionals with significant powers once an insolvency resolution is underway For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: August 30 2016 2:36 am Top News In a move that assumes political significance ahead of Assembly elections in Punjab the Centre has decided to reopen 28 cases relating to the 1984 anti-Sikh riots which will be probed by the Home Ministry-appointed Special Investigation Team (SIT) This raises the total number of cases to be re-probed by the SIT to 77 According to sources the decision was taken after examining various aspects of the cases which were either closed or did not proceed further due to lack of evidence The SIT has also earmarked 28 more cases for further investigation an official order said Of 650 cases registered in connection with the anti-Sikh riots in Delhi 49 cases were earlier identified for re-investigation by the SIT on July 29 In the riots which broke out in retaliation against the assassination of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi by her Sikh bodyguards on October 31 1984 more than 3000 persons were killed As many as 2733 deaths were in Delhi alone As many as 587 cases in connection with the 1984 riots were registered by the Delhi Police of which 241 cases were later closed Four of these cases however were reopened in 2006 and one in 2013 leading to 35 people being convicted in the cases The remaining cases stayed closed Following a recommendation of a committee headed by former Supreme Court Judge Justice (retd) G P Mathur the Ministry of Home Affairs had constituted the SIT in February 2015 It comprises two Inspector General-rank IPS officers and a judicial officer It was expected to reopen cases which the Delhi Police either did not investigate or simply closed for lack of evidence On December 10 2014 the NDA government had announced an additional compensation of Rs 5 lakh to the kin of each of those killed in the 1984 riots In May the Home Ministry had announced that 1020 families which had been hit by the riots and migrated to Punjab from different parts of the country will be given Rs 2 lakh each as part of a centrally-sponsored rehabilitation scheme For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: July 31 2015 4:48 am Congress made it clear that the House would not function unless External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan chief ministers Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Vasundhara Raje respectively resigned (Source: Express photo) Related News A meeting of leaders from all parties called by Speaker Sumitra Mahajan here Thursday failed to end the Parliamentary logjam However Home Minister Rajnath Singh indicated that the government too was ready to convene an all-party meeting to break the ice on political issues The Speaker who had convened the meeting to discuss the enforcement of Rules for conducting proceedings failed to get an assurance from the Opposition Congress that its members would not display placards in the House Share This Article Related Article Mahajan told reporters after the meeting that she wanted a consensus against “undignified” modes of protests like members raising placards in the House or rushing into the Well and claimed that most parties agreed with her views “It is a positive beginning” she said when asked if such protests would end now Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge made it clear that the House would not function unless External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan chief ministers Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Vasundhara Raje respectively resigned He also cited data pertaining to the 14th and the 15th Lok Sabha to show how much time was lost when the BJP was in the Opposition Kharge said it was the government’s responsibility to run the House and criticised the government for not reaching out to the Opposition even once since the session began on July 21 He sarcastically remarked that the Congress was only following the “traditions” set by the likes of L K Advani Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley who had termed disruptions of Parliament a “legitimate tactic” to pressurise the government TMC leader Sudip Bandhyopadhyay said: “The government is very undemocratic Why has Prime Minister Narendra Modi not opened his mouth” Rajnath however made it clear that the government could not accept the Opposition demand for resignation of the External Affairs Minister even before a discussion For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Modi . 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“They loved him,special judge V A Daulatabadkar observed,This court is of the opinion that investigation has not been carried out in complete and proper manner when some of the material collected by the investigating officer suggests that there was malpractice during the said examination? Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh blamed Pakistan for fueling the agitation and said they don’t have to worry about Muslims living in India. We used 6 cars with hydraulic platforms to douse the fire in the top floors. he said a total of 36 Special New Born Care Unit is working in Bihar at present and 6 more would be coming soon. The JSS was an ally of the Congress-led UDF since 1994. What is similar, “The BJP and Modi ji are trying to take credit these days, Singh’s remarks come in the backdrop of a renewed buzz in the Congress circles about Rahul Gandhi’s sooner than later elevation as party president.
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