A Bench led by Justice AM Khanwilkar stayed the CCI’s order after senior counsel P Chidambaram sought a stay on the grounds that the apex court had in other appeals also granted interim relief against the impugned direction
In its 44-page order, the appellate tribunal noted that the RPPL's resolution plan discriminated between some of the financial creditors who are equally situated and not balanced the other stakeholder, such as operational cre
The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the Madras High Court’s May 23 order which said that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) is within its powers in fixing tariffs at which broadcasters offer channels to DTH an
The Supreme Court on Monday asked RBI to examine within six weeks the steps being taken for proper implementation of the marginal cost of funds based lending rate (MCLR) regime and whether repo rate benefits are being passed
The Supreme Court on Monday stayed a part of the National Green Tribunal's order that had asked the Uttar Pradesh Pollution Control Board to initiate criminal prosecution against the owners of elevator manufacturer ECE Indust
The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the oil ministry’s stand that Indian courts have jurisdiction to hear its appeal against a Kuala Lumpur arbitration tribunal that asked it to pay a Rs 600-crore ($113 million excluding in
Even as the Supreme Court hears ArcelorMittal’s appeal against the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) order relating to its eligibility to bid for bankrupt Essar Steel, rival Numetal also on Wednesday moved the
ArcelorMittal on Monday moved the Supreme Court against the NCLAT order that asked it to first clear dues of Rs 7,000 crore of firms it was previously associated with by September 11 to be eligible to bid for bankrupt Essar S
The Supreme Court on Monday allowed the National Company Law Tribunal to continue processing bids for Ruchi Soya Industries, which is undergoing insolvency proceedings, but restrained it from finalising the bid without its ap
The NCLT had also rejected BEL objections that the rights under a contract were valuable property rights and no person could be deprived of its property save by authority of law under Article 300A of the Constitution.
Buyers of new cars and two-wheelers will have to purchase upfront insurance cover for three and five years, respectively, from Sunday, with the Supreme Court on Friday dismissing a plea by the General Insurance Council.
The Supreme Court on Thursday sought response from the steel ministry on an application by the Federation of Indian Mineral Industries, Southern Region (FIMI South), seeking to export iron ore pellets produced in Karnataka’
The Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled that banks can sell off assets of personal guarantors even when corporate resolution proceedings are on against the corporate debtor under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
In a setback for Tata Steel, the Supreme Court on Friday refused to stay the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) order that allowed the three bidders — Tata Steel, JSW Steel and Liberty House — in the fray for
In a case that will redefine the role of independent directors in the corporate sector, the Supreme Court on Friday stayed the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal’s July order that paved way for the government to freeze
Tata Steel on Friday knocked the doors of the Supreme Court seeking a stay on the August 1 order of the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) that allowed the three bidders — Tata Steel, JSW Steel and Liberty Hous
Opposing Reliance Communications’ (RCom) plea for quashing of the insolvency proceedings initiated against it and its two subsidiaries, telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson India on Thursday urged the Supreme Court not t