Pakistan has to prove that Hindu Nationalist regime in India is impotent

It is normally said that International Politics has got nothing to do with Domestic Politics, which is incorrect. If Presidential nominees of both political parties in US don’t abuse Russia in US Presidential Elections, there is a little chance of improvement in approval ratings of a said nominee. In Pakistan, all aspirants of Political Power should abuse India to get a shot at Power. The Communist regime in China routinely abuses Japan to mobilize people. Continue reading

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The Marxist Propaganda on Aadhar

Like I have always said, Communists are more dangerous than Jihadis. Because Jihadis can be identified where they are but the Marxist perverts wear different cloaks like Journalists, Writers, Activists, Politicians, Lawyers etc., The motive is no benefit should be accrued for India in any form. Continue reading

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Performance Appraisal : Loyalty Versus Performance, a tug of war ?

No great management thinker can authoritatively say that one is better than other when it comes to appraising people. One seems to be the better than the other and vice versa on different cases under unique circumstances. The objective here is to some light on a modern day corporate world and to ask ourselves which has more consideration while appraising people. I am referring to extrinsic rewards i.e., increase in monetary compensation which normally happens once in year. Continue reading

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What is professionalism?

Have you come across this debate on who is a professional? Many might have been through this question for sure, especially if you are in the so called corporate domain. But this question is not limited to white collar labor, though our discussion would be primarily about them. Continue reading

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In Business disputes don’t go for Sec: 138 IPC when it is not needed

Been reading this Company Order passed by Delhi Bench of Company Law Board M/s.Uttrakhand Infra Structures & Dev Pvt.Ltd

When it comes to Non-Compliance of Court’s orders we have Contempt of Courts Act to enforce compliance, but when it comes to orders passed by Company Law Board we have Sec: 634A for the purposes of enforcement. The Application should be made under Section 634A of Companies Act 2013.

  1. In this case there was an MOU between the two parties (Respondents and Petitioners) that the former will pay the pending amount of 6.5cr before the agreed date.
  2. The cheque given by respondent has been dishonored.
  3. Now both parties have agreed to ahead with the attachment of property in question through execution proceedings before a Civil Court for which this order will be the basis.

It is indeed tempting to file a complaint under section 138 of Indian Penal Code for Dishonor of Cheque but we should not do as this will unnecessarily delay the whole resolution of issue. The first step should be to seek enforcement of order before CLB, It is only because this case involves attachment of immovable property it needed to go for Execution proceedings before a Civil Court otherwise CLB could have enforced it on its own.

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Persecution by Casteist Brahmins is real. They bring disrepute to Hindu Society

Few weeks ago, I have been to a Police Station on a personal matter. Two constables were talking among themselves, one in his early 20’s tells his mate that how he is really good at bowling (cricket) and all. But whenever he went for selection he was rejected just because he is either not a Brahmin or because he is from a Scheduled Caste Community. I asked him as to why would he say like that? Then he laid out things in detail. Says that he would perform reasonably well in bowling tests, on some pretext or the other he will be rejected. In the last one he says that he was told that he has some problem with his elbow and he should get it checked with doctor. Continue reading

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Question on Company Law – Sacking a Director

Background: XYZ Private Limited has two directors in the board. Director A and Director B. One CEO C. It has two members (subscribers of shares), they are CEO C and Director A who hold 97% and 3% of shares respectively. As you must have noticed Director B is a non-shareholding director. The question: Now the company (i.e., CEO C – 97% shareholder) wants to sack the director B because of anti-company activities. How do we do it? Continue reading

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