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  1. Foreign exchange, shares
  2. What are the position of a minor in the given case ?
  3. Describe U/S 264 !!!!!!!!!
  4. Apponitment of a disqualified director of public company in any other public company.
  5. qualification shares by way of gift
  6. How can one apply for a Company Name Online?
  7. What is the procedure of obtaining DIN?
  8. Resolution for transfer of shares
  9. Digital Signature Certificate (DSC)
  10. Transfer & transmission
  11. Sec. 270 Qualification shares
  12. Board Meetings
  13. Loan taken by the Director from public company
  14. Approval (If any) required in given circumstance......
  15. Allotment of shares against a debt of the company- whether to be treated as “allotted for cash”.
  16. Interpretation of advance as distinguished from share application money pending allotment.
  17. Consolidation of FDI Policy Framework – Anand Sharma releases final document
  18. Business Social Compliance Initiative - BSCI
  19. Iso, ce marking
  20. Business Social Compliance Initiative - BSCI
  21. Iso-ce marking
  22. Iso, ce marking
  23. Iso, ce marking
  24. Iso, iso-9001
  25. Iso, iso-9001
  26. Iso, iso-9001
  27. Iso, iso-14001
  28. Iso, iso-14001
  29. Iso, iso-17025
  30. Iso, iso-17025
  31. Iso, iso-18001
  32. Iso, iso-18001
  33. Iso, iso-22000
  34. Iso, iso-22000
  35. Iso, iso-27001
  36. Iso, iso-27001
  37. Iso, sa 8000
  38. Iso, iso/ts 16949 : 2002
  39. Iso, wrap
  40. Meaning of company
  41. Nri pio
  42. Nri
  43. Person, nri
  44. Nri, foreign citizenship
  45. Resident status
  46. Foreign national
  47. Person of indian origin -pio
  48. Whether Working Capital Demand Loan is a ‘Temporary Loan’ within the meaning of the term under Section 293 of the Companies Act, 1956
  49. transfer of shares
  50. Meaning of non resident under income tax law in india
  51. Consent of Previous Auditors for Acceptance of Appointment as Auditors
  52. Interpretation of Section 215(3) of the Companies Act, 1956
  53. Retention Period of Books of Accounts, Vouchers etc. to comply with Provisions of Income-tax Act, 1961
  54. Payment of Fee to Managing Director in Addition to Commission
  55. Use of Accounts Not Adopted by the Previous Annual General Meeting in the Subsequent Year
  56. Provision for depreciation on assets not used due to strike
  57. Approval of Central Government for appointment of whole-time directors and managing directors in case of amalgamation
  58. Audit of Annual Accounts of a company
  59. What is the complete mechanism of fema
  60. Overseas Corporate Bodies (OCBs) de recognised
  61. Accounting treatment of penalty and interest payable under the Income-tax Act, 1961.
  62. Minimum number of directors
  63. Can Director be appointed in General Meeting other than the retiring one?
  64. Can a Minor be appointed as Director?
  65. Can an additional Director continue to be in office where the AGM is not held as per Sec.166?
  66. Whether a body corporate or a firm or an AOP can be Director of another company?
  67. Whether additional Directors are within the maximum strength fixed by the board?
  68. Provision regarding automatic reappointment of alternate Directors.
  69. Who are the alternate Directors in a company?
  70. which approval is required to be taken for additional director
  71. How long an alternate director can hold office?
  72. What are the provisions regarding automatic reappointment of alternate directors?
  73. What are the restrictions on appointment of Managing Director or Manager?
  74. SEBI vide its notification dated 13th April 2010 has made few Amendments and Insertions in the SEBI (ICDR) Regulations, 2009.
  75. List of capital account transactions permitted under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme
  76. Whether Liberalised Remittance Scheme is in addition to existing facilities detailed in Schedule III under remittances?
  77. Methods of appointment of first director
  78. Whether resident individuals under Liberalised Remittance Scheme have to repatriate the accrued yield on deposits/investments abroad,
  79. Whether remittance under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme is on gross basis or net basis (net of repatriation from abroad)?
  80. What are the registers to be maintined by the company?
  81. Whether minors can also avail of the Remittance facility?
  82. Whether Liberalised Remittance Scheme under the facility can be consolidated in respect of family members?
  83. Whether the Scheme can be used for purchase of objects of art (paintings etc) either directly or through.
  84. Whether small value remittance of USD 5000/- (gifts, donation etc) is in addition to LRS of US $ 200,000/-?
  85. Whether the AD is required to check permissibility of remittances on nature of transaction or allow declaration ?
  86. Whether under Liberalised Remittance Scheme a customer can remit funds for acquisition of ESOPs?
  87. Whether the scheme is in addition to acquisition of ESOPs linked to ADR/GDR (i.e USD 50,000/- for a block calendar years)?
  88. Whether is in addition to acquisition of qualification shares (i.e USD 20,000/- as 1% of paid up capital overseas company whichever is lowe
  89. Residential status of student going abroad for higher studies of certain period
  90. Whether a resident individual can invest in units of Mutual Funds, Venture Funds, unrated debt securities, promissory notes etc ?
  91. Whether an individual, who has availed of a loan abroad while a non-resident can repay the same on return to India,
  92. Whether it is mandatory for resident individuals to have PAN number for sending outward remittances under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme ?
  93. In case a resident individual requests for an outward remittance by way of issuance of a demand draft (either in own name or in the name of the benefi
  94. who can hedge in commodities ?
  95. What are the hedging in commmodities facilities available to oil companies ?
  96. Which are the entities permitted to hedge in commodities oil price risk?
  97. What are the commodities, other than petroleum and petroleum products, purchased domestically which could be
  98. What are the hedging facilities in commodities permitted for entities in Special Economic Zones (SEZs)?
  99. What is a freight derivative?
  100. Which are the entities permitted by RBI to hedge freight risk?
  101. Can foreign nationals open resident account in india ?
  102. Should banks have a separate system to monitor resident accounts maintained by
  103. Can AD-Category I banks remit proceeds of such accounts on closure Foreign Nationals and Foreign Tourists ?
  104. In the absence of QA 22 account how the salary of foreign nationals be remitted?
  105. what Can foreign tourists open a bank account in India during their short visit?
  106. What credits can be made to such accounts in NRO ?
  107. What Can the NRO account be used for making local payments?
  108. Can foreign tourists repatriate the balance held in their NRO account at departure from India?
  109. What can be done to repatriate the proceeds of an account that has been maintained for more than six months ?
  110. Who can purchase immovable property in India?
  111. Whether NRI/PIO can acquire agricultural land/ plantation property / farm house in
  112. purchase of Immovable Property in india ?
  113. purchase of Immovable Property in india ?
  114. NRI/PIO purchase of immovable property in india .
  115. Immovable property purchased by NRI / PIO
  116. Resident outside India purchase immovable property in India?
  117. Foreign national who is a person resident in India purchase of Immovable Property in india .
  118. Purchase immovable property in India.
  119. Immovable Property in india .
  120. Immovable property in india .
  121. Immovable property in india .
  122. Transfer of immovable property in india .
  123. Transfer by sale of immovable property in india .
  124. Transfer by gift of immovable property in india .
  125. Transfer by gift of immovable property in india .
  126. Transfer through mortgage of immovable property in india .
  127. Payment for purchase of residential / commercial immovable property in india .
  128. Asian Clearing Union.
  129. Members of the Asian Clearing Union ( ACU ).
  130. Instructions, relating to the Asian Clearing Union.
  131. Asian Clearing Union.
  132. Residential status of foreign Citizen coming for Employment in India
  133. Settlement of Asian Clearing Union transactions .
  134. Procedure for settlement of Asian Clearing Union ( ACU ) transactions.
  135. Authorized dealers open Asian Clearing Union.
  136. Asian Clearing Union.
  137. Asian Clearing Union.
  138. Payments that are not eligible to be settled through the Asian Clearing Union .
  139. Asian Clearing Union.
  140. Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture .
  141. Residential status of foreign citizen coming for employment in India under Fema and Income Tax Act, 1961
  142. Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture .
  143. Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture (JV)/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries.
  144. Prohibited activities for overseas direct investment.
  145. Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture (JV)/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries.
  146. Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture (JV)/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries( WOS ).
  147. Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture (JV)/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries( WOS ).
  148. Residential status of foreign citizen coming for employment in India under Fema and Income Tax Act, 1961
  149. Direct investment to be made under the Automatic Route.
  150. Financial Commitment.
  151. The limit for direct investment in Nepal or Bhutan .
  152. Direct investment upto the net worth be made on an annual basis.
  153. Indian promoter has more than one Joint Ventures.
  154. Residential status of Indian citizen going for employment outside India under Fema and Income Tax Act, 1961
  155. Residential status of a person coming for business in India under Fema and Income Tax Act, 1961
  156. Residential status under FEMA
  157. Can one change the ‘designated Authorized Dealer’?
  158. Direct Investment by Residents in Joint Venture (JV)/Wholly Owned Subsidiaries
  159. Allotment of an identification number by the Reserve Bank .
  160. Is there any prohibition for direct investment under the Automatic Route?
  161. What is the Normal route ?
  162. What are the parameters for considering proposals under the normal route?
  163. Indian company make investment in a JV/WOS abroad .
  164. An Indian Party capitalize the proceeds
  165. An Indian Party extend loan or guarantee to an overseas entity.
  166. An Indian Company make direct investment in an overseas concern
  167. The schemes for overseas direct investment by partnership firms.
  168. The partners hold shares of the overseas concerns .
  169. An Indian Party have a Joint Venture ( JV )/Wholly Owend Subsidiaries ( WOS ) through a Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) under the Automatic Route.
  170. post office deposit
  171. Can an Indian Party directly fund such step-subsidiaries?
  172. the shares of a JV/WOS abroad be pledged
  173. The penalties for non-submission of APRs.
  174. Indian corporates invest overseas.
  175. a resident individual acquire shares of a foreign company
  176. A resident individual subscribe to the rights issue of shares held by him.
  177. EEFC Account.
  178. The Exchange Earner's Foreign Currency ( EEFC ) account.
  179. Who can open an EEFC account?
  180. Credit the entire foreign exchange .
  181. Permissible credits into EEFC account.
  182. The permissible debits into this account
  183. Any restriction on withdrawal in rupees of funds held in an exchange earner's foreign currency ( EEFC) account.
  184. Foreign exchange account in india
  185. Foreign Direct Investment.
  186. Foreign Direct Investment.
  187. Foreign Direct Investment.
  188. Foreign Direct Investment.
  189. Foreign Direct Investment.
  190. Foreign Direct Investment.
  191. Foreign Direct Investment.
  192. Foreign Direct Investment.
  193. Foreign Direct Investment.
  194. Invest through Preference Shares.
  195. Direct Foreign Investment.
  196. foreign Direct Investment.
  197. foreign Direct Investment.
  198. Rights shares issued.
  199. Payment Parameters for foreign technology.
  200. Foreign Technical Collaboration.
  201. Foreign portfolio Investment.
  202. Foreign Portfolio Investments.
  203. Can a Non-resident Indian invest in Government Securities/Treasury bills and Corporate debt?
  204. Foreign Venture capital investment.
  205. Procedure for opening Branch/Project/Liaison Office.
  206. Procedure for opening Branch/Project/Liaison Office
  207. What is the procedure for setting up Project Office?
  208. Services of Business Correspondents (BCs)
  209. What is the procedure for setting up Branch office?
  210. Forex Facilities for Residents (Individuals).
  211. Where one can buy foreign exchange for Busness.
  212. Who is an authorized dealer?
  213. How much exchange is available for a business trip?
  214. Can one obtain additional foreign exchange for medical treatment outside India?
  215. How much exchange is available for studies outside India?
  216. foreign exchange can one buy when traveling abroad on private visits to a country outside India.
  217. How much foreign exchange is available to a person going abroad on employment?
  218. Foreign exchange is available to a person going abroad on emigration.
  219. Any category of visit which requires prior approval from the Reserve Bank or Govt. of India
  220. Foreign exchange can be purchased in foreign currency.
  221. Persons going for studies abroad Foreign exchange.
  222. Foreign exchange for travel abroad.
  223. Foreign exchange being purchased for travel abroad.
  224. For a traveller who has returned to India to surrender foreign exchange.
  225. On return to India can one retain foreign exchange?
  226. Surrender foreign coins also to an authorised dealer Foreign exchange.
  227. Forex facilities for resident individual send as gift / donation to a person resident outside India.
  228. Introduction of Forex Facilities for Residents (Individuals).
  229. Forex facilities for residents other than individuals send as gift / donation to a person resident outside India.
  230. International Credit Card (ICC) for undertaking foreign exchange transactions under forex facilities for residents .
  231. Indian currency can be brought in forex facilities for resident.
  232. While going abroad how much foreign exchange, in cash, can a person carry?
  233. Forex facilities for residents how much Indian currency, in cash, can a person carry.
  234. India how much foreign exchange can be brought.
  235. Export procedure when a gift parce.
  236. How much jewellery one can carry while going abroad.
  237. Forex facilities for resident extend local hospitality .
  238. Forex facilities for residents purchase air tickets in India.
  239. Forex facilities for resident open a foreign currency denominated account in India.
  240. Forex facilities for resident in India hold assets outside India.
  241. What is the Liberalised Remittance Scheme of USD 200,000?
  242. Purpose/s for which remittance can be made under the Liberalised Remittance Scheme.
  243. Who is eligible to avail of this Liberalised Remittance Facility?
  244. Capital account transactions permitted under the Liberalised Remittance scheme.
  245. Detailed in Schedule III under Libralised remittances Scheme.
  246. Section 35 of the Foreign Exchange Management - Appeal
  247. Companies incorporated outside India
  248. Documents to be delivered to Registrar by foreign companies carrying on business in India
  249. Accounts of foreign company
  250. Obligation to state name of foreign company, whether limited, and country where incorporated