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December 17: The National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) looks to bring highway development back on track by fast-tracking dispute resolution. While Advaya Legal’s Ramesh Vaidyanathan notes that this is a positive development, Piramal Enterprise’s Parvez Umrigar observes that liquidity has dried up in the road sector.
December 17: Bloomberg TV India notes that the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has stepped into overdrive to resolve disputes. Nearly 15 cases have been settled in the last month with the intent of infusing momentum into stalled highway projects.
December 16: Vivek Law delves into concerns pertaining to SEBI’s approval of MCX-SX. The regulatory body refused to disclose file notings to Bloomberg TV India after the channel filed an RTI petition. The regulatory body stated that the details sought contained confidential information that would impact the competitive position of regulated entities.
December 13: Bloomberg TV India discusses the pressure experienced by the India's insurance industry with Amitabh Chaudhry, MD & CEO, HDFC Standard Life Insurance and S.B. Mathur, Chairman, NSE and part-time Member, IRDA.
December 13: “Investor confidence will return once markets behave rationally,” says, S.B. Mathur, Chairman, NSE and part-time Member, IRDA.
December 13: “The insurance industry will find balance with regulatory changes,” says, Amitabh Chaudhry, MD & CEO, HDFC Standard Life Insurance. Further, he adds that the domestic investor will return in 12-18 months.
December 13: While much has been made of mutual fund redemptions, the insurance sector has always been a much larger participant in the capital market space. However, it is falling away now with the sharp decline in the popularity of ULIPs.
December 13: The fact that has been most noticeable this year is the pace at which FIIs have continued to buy into the Indian market despite all the economic turbulence. However, the aforementioned fact is not matched by domestic institutions. Infact on the contrary, they have sold off quite significantly since January. Bloomberg TV India’s Priyank Lakhia shares a detailed report.
December 3: For a fiscal year where the government set an ambitious divestment target of Rs.40,000 crore, the proceeds so far have been rather measly. Bloomberg TV India’s Priyank Lakhia shares a detailed report.
December 3: “Finance Minister P. Chidambaram expects non tax revenue to materialise in last quarter,” says, C.M. Vasudev, Former Secretary, Expenditure & Economic Affairs. Further, he adds that tax revenues will be way behind the budgeted estimate.