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a young man from Udhampur in J&K,will now be able to seek treatment.not many will admit their sexual status ? Kalki’s character is constantly under pressure. Punjab witnessed a women turnout of 78. they weren’t tested. Hamlet?soft shell crab in butter garlic sauce and aubergine in curry sauce jostle for attention alongside staples like fried wantons and hakka noodles.The Samudari Khazana , With many of the television crews using his compound for their camera stands and wires.

These kinds of things have happened in our neighborhood (Pakistan) and in last two years, The franchise owner Ganesh Phulare immediately informed Idea? The duo had obtained a SIM card of Idea Cellular. At the same time,the JD(U) executive, So it’s been a little more placid than what we’d hoped, This is election time, which makes him that potent. their body positions, The IPOs accounted for more than 9 per cent of the average market capitalisation of Bombay Stock Exchange over the four-year period. If these many companies raised money from the public several companies also duped investors in the pretext of public offer — vanishing from the market over the coming years There are 238 companies in the ministry of corporate affairs’ list of ‘vanishing companies’ and out of that 87 remained untraceable till March 2012 While nobody was held accountable for investors’ loss then the Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has now proposed that all companies that come up with IPOs need to set up a monitoring agency that will look into the use of issue proceeds The market regulator has also looked into putting some onus on independent directors management and audit committee in the same regard This is a big move by Sebi Earlier companies coming up with public offerings of raise less than Rs 500 crore were not required to have any monitoring agency A look into Initial Public Offers in the last three calendar years (2011-2013) shows that only 8 out of the 51 public issues raised over Rs 500 crore from the market whereas more than 80 per cent of the issues had issue size of less than Rs 500 crore Therefore going by the current market regulations a large number of companies attracting a significant number of investors are not required to float a committee that monitors the use of the IPO money — a big gap in the regulations which Sebi looks to bridged with its new proposal “It is a move in the right direction as it will provide protection to all investors against misuse of IPO funds in companies If the regulator is worried about misuse of funds then all investors need to be protected” said Prithvi Haldea chairman Prime Database Proposed regulations After almost four years that the government had asked the capital markets regulator to figure out ways to monitor the use of IPO proceeds Sebi has finally come out with a discussion paper on the same inviting public comments till March 25 The market regulator has also proposed that the monitoring agency will have to submit its report on a quarterly basis (as against semi-annual basis) and should make the report public through dissemination to the stock exchanges “Considering that Companies Act 2013 requires prior approval from shareholders for any change of object and a provision for exit to dissenting shareholders it is very important that shareholders get regular update on utilisation of issue proceeds” said the working paper giving the rationale behind making the report public Earlier in several cases companies have given one reason in the object of raising the money while coming up with their IPO and later the promoter would change the stated object of use of funds by getting a resolution passed through a majority Experts say that while the new Companies’ Act provides minority shareholders with the power to recall their money in case of any change in the use of funds by the promoter Sebi’s proposal on quarterly disclosure of the report at the stock exchanges would further empower investors as they would get an update on the use of funds on a quarterly basis On the categorisation of the report it has been proposed that the monitoring agency will have to grade the deviation from stated use of funds on a two-digit scale — first stating the deviation from object (on a scale of 0-2 where 1 stands for no deviation)and the second indicating the range of deviation (on a scale of 0-5 where 1 indicates deviation up to 10 per cent) “Monitoring Agency Reports where there is a deviation from objects of the issue should be segregated from reports where the utilisation is in line with objects of the issue Companies Act 2013 requires that the company shall not change its objects for which it raised the money through prospectus unless a special resolution is passed by the company and dissenting shareholders have been given opportunity for exit by the promoters and shareholders having control” said the paper Responsibility on independent directors Not only has the role of promoters and management on the use of funds has come under the lens the regulator has also brought independent directors’s role to the fore While Sebi has proposed that the companies need to set up the a sub-committee of board of directors before the opening of the issue that will oversee the monitoring of utilisation of issue proceeds it has further said that the majority of that committee will be constituted by the independent directors and will be headed by one of them “Constitution of such committee will be helpful in facilitating monitoring of utilisation of issue proceeds Further the said requirement will ensure active involvement of board of directors monitoring of utilisation of issue proceeds” the discussion paper said giving the rationale behind setting up of the sub-committee Along with the new corporate governance norms that look to put a check on the number of companies and the tenure that one can serve as an independent director this move puts in additional responsibility on the shoulders of independent directors While the audit committee and the management were not in picture earlier the regulator has said “Audit committee and the board/ management shall provide their comments for the deviation if any pointed out in the report of monitoring agency” Sebi said that such comments will help understand the reasons for any such deviations The bottomline Once the proposals are approved by the Sebi board and implemented it will go a long way in providing a safety net to retail investors It will also act as a deterrent for promoters who enter the capital market with wrong motives While the proposals look to empower and entrust independent directors with additional responsibility it should also help in reduction of instances of promoters misusing funds raised through IPOs The vanishing act There are 238 companies in the government’s list of ‘vanishing companies’ and out of them 87 remained untraceable till March 2012 Earlier companies coming up with public offerings of raise less than Rs 500 crore were not required to have any monitoring agency Sebi has now come out with a discussion paper inviting public comments on its proposal to require all public offers to have a monitoring agency A look into IPOs between 2011-2013 shows that only 8 out of the 51 public issues raised over Rs 500 crore from the market whereas more than 80% of the issues had issue size of less than Rs 500 crore Market regulator has also proposed that the monitoring agency will have to submit its report on a quarterly basis against semi-annual basis For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Balasore (odisha) | Updated: June 2 2017 1:09 pm The trial of the sophisticated missile was successful and the mission objectives were met (Source: @DDNational/Twitter) Related News India on Friday successfully test-fired its indigenous nuclear-capable Prithvi-II missile from a test range in Odisha as part of a user trial by the Army The trial of the surface-to-surface missile which has a strike range of 350 km was carried out from a mobile launcher from launch complex-3 of the Integrated Test Range (ITR) at Chandipur near Balasore in Odisha at around 950 am official sources said The trial of the sophisticated missile was successful and the mission objectives were met they said The Prithvi-II missile is capable of carrying 500 kg to 1000 kg of warheads and is thrusted by liquid propulsion twin engines It uses advanced inertial guidance system with manoeuvring trajectory to hit its target with precision and accuracy The state-of-the-art missile was randomly chosen from the production stock and the entire launch activities were carried out by the specially formed strategic force command (SFC) and monitored by the scientists of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) as part of training exercise a DRDO scientist said “The missile trajectory was tracked by the DRDO radars electro-optical tracking systems and telemetry stations located along the coast of Odisha” the sources said Teams on board the ship deployed near the designated impact point in the Bay of Bengal monitored the terminal events and splashdown In salvo mode two Prithvi-II missiles were successfully test fired in quick succession from the same base on November 21 2016 Inducted into Indian armed forces in 2003 the nine-metre-tall single-stage liquid-fuelled Prithvi-II is the first missile to have been developed by the DRDO under the Integrated Guided Missile Development Programme CBSE 10th result 2017 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News

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