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Demands for Grants, Finance Bill may escape scrutiny of Parliamentary panels

Almost half of the budgetary exercise is over, but Parliament is yet to see formation of department-related standing committees (DRSC). This means Demands for Grants and the Finance Bill will not be vetted by DRSCs as of now. The Lok Sabha is scheduled to take up the Finance Bill for consideration and passage during the week starting July 15. There ... Read More »

Kaspersky Lab CEO Offers Up Source Code for US Government Scrutiny

HIGHLIGHTS Kaspersky CEO agrees to hand his company’s source code to US govt It will help Kaspersky come out clean in the ongoing probe by FBI Kaspersky’s been suspected by FBI to be connected with Russian hackers The chief executive of Russia’s Kaspersky Lab says he’s ready to have his company’s source code examined by US government officials to help dispel long-lingering suspicions ... Read More »

Linklaters finance practice under scrutiny with partner exits expected amid profitability push

Linklaters is set to see a number of partner exits from its finance practice, amid a profitability drive at the firm. One ex-partner said that a process to reduce the amount of equity in the finance group began before Christmas, and is expected to lead to exits by the end of the current financial year. It is understood that, following ... Read More »