Constitutional terrorists?

Pallavi Saluja January 14 2015

One can critique the government for “arbitrarily” using Ordinances, but equally one would need to damn MPs, who actively disrupt the functioning of Parliament.

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI), the regulator of Indian capital markets, is now a household name. Anyone who has a mutual fund investment or even an investment in a bond would have heard of SEBI, a regulator vested by law with enormous powers.

There is one unique feature of this all-powerful regulator — right . . .

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