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    and adversely affects its economy. A 2005 study conducted by Transparency International in India found that more than 62% of Indians had first-hand experience of paying bribes or influence peddling to get jobs done in public offices successfully. In its 2008 study, Transparency International reports about...
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  • Case Study Harshad Mehta by Yaminidi
    INTRODUCTION TO THE ³BIG BULL OF THE TRADING FLOOR´. : INTRODUCTION TO THE ³BIG BULL OF THE TRADING FLOOR´. PICTURE OF HARSHAD MEHTA OVERVIEW WHO IS THIS MAN? HARSHAD MEHTA- story Started 1 his career with New India Assurance Co. 2 Quit his job in 1981 to become a sub-broker. 3 Went bankrupt in...
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  • Harshad Mehta
    ------------------------------------------------- Harshad Mehta From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Harshad Shantilal Mehta | Born | 29 July 1954[1] Paneli Moti, Gujarat, India | Died | 31 December 2001 (aged 47) Mumbai | Residence | Mumbai, Maharastra, India | Nationality | Indian | ...
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  • Harshad Mehta
    care to know the truth of anything happening around us? did we care to know the biggest scam of Indian stock exchange? Do we care to know about Mr Harshad Mehta? Why he is known as big bull? What price he paid for being big bull?What he did? How he did? And why he did it? How it happened??? If u have desire...
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  • Scams in Banking
    Investment Banking Case Study on Scams and bubbles (1)Stock Scam-*Harshad* Mehta Early Life {text:bookmark-start} {text:bookmark-end} Stock Market Scandal Mehta gradually rose to become a stock broker on the Bombay Stock Exchange and lived almost like a movie star in a 15,000 square feet...
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  • Harshad Mehta
    Harshad Mehta & Ketan Parekh Scam ShareThis Harshad Mehta: the high-profile stockbroker Harshad Shantilal Mehta (1954-2002) was an Indian stockbroker who grabbed headlines for the notorious BSE security scam of 1992. Born in a lower middle-class Gujarati Jain family, Mehta spent his early childhood...
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  • Corporate Fraud
    the Study Objectives of the study Hypothesis Research Methodology 3-6 CHAPTER-2  Legal Provisions 8-9 CHAPTER-3  Instances of Frauds & Scandals in corporate sector 11-26 CHAPTER-4  Conclusion & Suggestions 28-36 BIBLIOGRAPHY      Books Journals Reports Web References Case Laws ...
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  • Corruption
    groups of people (for example, some traders and public functionaries). Their deviant behaviour was not sanctioned by society or by the rulers in most cases. Nor did corruption assume proportions serious enough to subvert the prevailing regime of governance. However, World War II marked a distinct change...
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  • Research Paper
    initiative to highlight a few scams in India, how it was done and the money that was involved in these scams. 1992 HARSHAD MEHTA SECURITIES SCAM Rs. 5000 crs Harshad Mehta known to be “Big Bull of the trading floor” was an Indian stockbroker and is alleged to have engineered the rise in the...
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  • essay
    Case study on: Time to bury the ghosts of Harshad Mehta scam and revive the bond market MUMBAI: "Were you around when the Scam happened?" The question was tossed to an official of a private bank, a man in his late 30s who shook his head and smiled. He had unintentionally provoked one of the RBI officials...
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  • Sebi Case Study
    CASE STUDY In 1992, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE),3 the leading stock exchange in India, witnessed the first major scam masterminded by Harshad Mehta (Mehta) Analysts unanimously felt that if more powers had been given to SEBI, the scam would not have happened. As a result, the Government of India...
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  • Harshad Mehta Case
    Harshad S. Mehta vs Central Bureau Of Investigation on 1 October, 1992 Delhi High Court Delhi High Court Harshad S. Mehta vs Central Bureau Of Investigation on 1 October, 1992 Equivalent citations: 1992 (24) DRJ 392, ILR 1993 Delhi 274 Author: U Mehra Bench: U Mehra JUDGMENT Usha Mehra, J. (1) Mr. Harshad...
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  • Prove or Disprove the Following Statement ‘White Collar Crime Is Committed Only by Persons of High Social Status or Persons in Policy Making or in Powerful Positions’
    collar crimes because under this approach no mention is made of the social status of the actor or the location of the act, both status and location are free to vary independently of the definition of the offence and can be used to explore how variation in the social status of the actor influences the characteristics...
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  • Top 10 Scams
    around us on a daily basis. I am, or rather was, a part of the financial machinery for a few years, and trust me, even the private sector is not entirely free of the machinations of unscrupulous and enterprising scamsters. The scope of the money involved multiplies manifold in the public sector, with a corresponding...
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  • Corruption in India
    This is the season of scams and the biggest ever corruption cases in India have been unearthed more recently. So, we decided to dig deep to see which scams were the biggest and most damaging to the country and its citizens alike. In our daily life, most of us must have been a witness to or a victim of...
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  • Nm Prospectus
    Jayesh P. Shri Dalal Sunil N. Dr. Dalal Suresh P. Smt. Doshi Sarla H. Shri Doshi Pravin H. Shri Dudeja Ved Prakash Shri Mehta Dhirajlal M. Shri Mehta Kirit P. Shri Mehta Tushar H. Shri Pandit Anand K. Shri Parikh Jagdish B. Shri Patel Bhargav N. Shri Patel Pratapchandra B. Shri Patel Ratilal...
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  • Case
    resolution of managerial and academic issues based on analytical and empirical or case research Tunneling vs Agency Effect: A Case Study of Enron and Satyam Srinivas Shirur Executive Summary This is a comparative study of Enron and Satyam corporate frauds. An attempt has been made to arrive at some...
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  • The Great Indian Scams
    • JMM bribery scandal • St. Kitss case • Anatnag transport subsidy scam • 1971 Nagarwala scam • Fodder scam • 1975: declaration of emergency • Churhat lottery scam 1990-1999:- • Bofors scandal (1990) • Animal husbandry case (1990) • Bombay Stock Exchange...
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  • Changing Scenario of Corporate Governance
    governance has been highlighted because of the scams occurring frequently since the emergence of the concept of liberalization from 1991 such as the Harshad Mehta Scam, Ketan Parikh Scam, UTI Scam, Vanishing Company Scam, Bhansali Scam and so on. In the Indian corporate scene, there is a need to induct global...
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  • Harshad Mehta Scam India Compilation
    Sebi debars Harshad Mehta from securities dealing; BPL, Videocon, Sterlite restricted On Thursday, Sebi barred Harshad Mehta from dealing in securities. It also prohibited BPL Limited, Videocon International and Sterlite Industries from accessing the capital market for four, three and two years respectively...
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