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Lease rent dues of an immovable property not ‘Operational Debt’ under IBC, NCLAT

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Lease rent dues of an immovable property not ‘Operational Debt’ under IBC, NCLAT

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) has held that the lease rent dues of an immovable property does not fall within the ambit of ‘Operational Debt’ under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC). The Order was passed by a three-member Bench of Member (Judicial), Justice AIS Cheema and Members (Technical) Kanthi Narahari, VP Singh in an appeal…

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Filters to apply before exiting an underperforming mutual fund

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Filters to apply before exiting an underperforming mutual fund

Investments in actively managed mutual funds meant for the long term may sometimes warrant a second look and even a change. So when do you exit a mutual fund scheme and replace it with another? If the suitability of the scheme in terms of risk given the investor’s need for growth, stability and liquidity is not an…

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An all-equity mutual fund portfolio can be very risky

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An all-equity mutual fund portfolio can be very risky

I wish to generate more than ₹1 crore in 15 years. I invest₹1,000 in ABSL Frontline Equity; ₹2,000 each in SBI Bluechip, ICICI Bluechip and Mirae Asset India Equity; ₹3,000 each in Canara Robeco Emerging Bluechip Equities, Mirae Asset Emerging Bluechip and Axis Focussed 25 direct plan. I want to start investing ₹3,000 in L&T Midcap fund. Is my…

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Why Most New Ideas Fail—And How to Make Yours an Exception

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Why Most New Ideas Fail—And How to Make Yours an Exception

As Alberto Savoia sees it, your brilliant idea for a new product or service is like a baby sea turtle. Early in his new book, The Right It: Why So Many Ideas Fail and How to Make Sure Yours Succeed, Google’s former engineering director and “innovation agitator” writes that “the gauntlet that awaits most new ideas…

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