The ‘strange’ thing that begs attention is why would HSBC apologize to an Indian businessman if they had not officially given the list to anybody?
The Commission has directed SEBI to disclose the names of entities which were allegedly involved in the insider trading of shares of Reliance Petroleum in 2007.
The lasting contribution of Kejriwal-Prashant may well be the removal of fear of the mighty. Media must take heart from this and proceed on this new course. But it cannot because its affairs are shrouded in secrecy.
A complaint filed with the Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC) confirms Abraham’s allegations that “the finance minister and his advisor pressurized the SEBI chairman to manage some high-profile corporate cases”.
“The much discussed Ambani split is a charade to deflect attention from a well thought out plan to split family wealth,” a report by an investment research firm states.