Equity Current Affairs, GK & News
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of America has released an equity action plan with the aim of making space more accessible. This new plan supports the efforts of the US government regarding the plans it has to make space accessible. Overview: This Equity Action plan has deepened the commitments to identify and remove ..
Category: International / World Current Affairs
The Vodofone recently announced that its board members have given permission to convert the Adjusted Gross Revenue dues to equity. With this GoI will now have 35.8% of share in Vodofone company. This makes it the largest shareholder of Vodofone. Background The Vodofone had to pay Rs 58,254 crores of Adjusted Gross Revenue to the ..
Category: Economy & Banking Current Affairs - 2022
Topics: Aditya Birla Group • Adjust Gross Revenue • Adjusted Gross Revenue • AGR • Bharti Airtel • Department of Telecom(DoT) • Department of Telecommunication • Equity • Mukesh Ambani • Reliance Jio • Shareholders • Spectrum licensing • Supreme court • TDSAT • Vodofone Idea
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had constituted an Expert Committee to Review the Extant Economic Capital Framework of the Reserve Bank of India. The committee was chaired by Dr Bimal Jalan. The committee has submitted its report. Recommendations of the Committee RBI’s economic capital The Committee called for a clearer distinction between the two ..
Topics: Balance Sheet • Equity • Finance • Financial markets • Financial risk • Money • RBI’s economic capital • Realized Equity • Reserve Bank of India • Risk provisioning for market risk • Surplus Distribution Policy • TARGET2
India has recently contributed $1 million to the UN Special Purpose Trust Fund (SPTF) for the Resident Coordinator System. The SPTF is a specific fund housed within the UN Secretariat. The fund has been established to receive, consolidate, manage and account for all contributions and financial transactions of the new Resident Coordinator system in a ..
The Specific Relief (Amendment) Bill, 2017 seeks to amend the Specific Relief Act, 1963. The Act sets out the remedies available to parties whose contractual or civil rights have been violated. The features of the act include The Act sets out two main remedies to a party whose contract has not been performed: (i) the party ..
Topics: contract • Contract law • English contract law • Equitable remedy • Equity • Government • Injunction • Judicial remedies • Law • South African contract law • Specific performance • Specific Relief Act