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Calculation of Relationship with State Bank of India

Calculation of Relationship with State Bank of India Author: Saikat Ghosh Introduction: – State Bank of India (SBI) is the country’s largest commercial bank, in terms of assets, deposits, and employees. Owned by the Indian government, it offers a range of general banking services from loans and advances to corporates and individuals in India and abroad. Because it is state-owned, SBI is the preferred banker for most public sector corporations. SBI, along with its associate banks, offers micro-financing to entities such as self-help groups in rural areas that would otherwise have no access to formal credit channels. Through its subsidiaries Read More
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M.S. NAGI V. M/S DABUR INDIA LTD. Dipankar Maurya EPGPM-1 Kharghar

Consumer Complaint No: CC/742/2014 Date of Complaint: 12/11/2014 Date of Decision: 04/04/2016 DISTRICT CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL FORUM-1, U.T CHANDIGARH Complainant: M.S. Nagi Opposite Party 1: M/s Dabur India Ltd. Opposite Party 2: Managing Director/CMD, Dabur India Ltd. Opposite Party 3: General Manager, Dabur India Ltd. Opposite Party 4: M/s C.L. Traders Opposite Party 4: M/s Gosai Medicos M.S Nagi purchased a bottle of Dabur honey on 22/08/2014 from Gosai Medicos in Chandigarh. Upon opening the honey bottle, he found the dead ants inside the honey. He came back to the shop and tried to return the honey but the shopkeeper Read More
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M.S. NAGI V. M/S DABUR INDIA LTD. Dipankar Maurya EPGPM-1 Kharghar

Consumer Complaint No: CC/742/2014 Date of Complaint: 12/11/2014 Date of Decision: 04/04/2016 DISTRICT CONSUMER DISPUTES REDRESSAL FORUM-1, U.T CHANDIGARH Complainant: M.S. Nagi Opposite Party 1: M/s Dabur India Ltd. Opposite Party 2: Managing Director/CMD, Dabur India Ltd. Opposite Party 3: General Manager, Dabur India Ltd. Opposite Party 4: M/s C.L. Traders Opposite Party 4: M/s Gosai Medicos M.S Nagi purchased a bottle of Dabur honey on 22/08/2014 from Gosai Medicos in Chandigarh. Upon opening the honey bottle, he found the dead ants inside the honey. He came back to the shop and tried to return the honey but the shopkeeper Read More
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Amul Dairy wins case against its namesake “Anul”

It was in 1998 Amul Dairy and Gujarat Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation Limited (GCMMF). Marketing Body of all District Dairy Unions of Gujarat noticed that Shri Shakti Dairy was manufacturing milk pouches under the brand names that were rhyming with its own brands ‘Amul Shakti’ and ‘Amul Taaza’.Then, Amul sent a legal notice to Shri Shakti Dairy as well as Kuldeep Enterprises, who was marketing ‘Anul Shakti’ and ‘Anul Taaza. In response to it, came that names are phonetically different, and there is no chance of any confusion. Dairy and the Marketing Firm continued to sell their products with the Read More
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Hawkins Cookers v Murugan Enterprises

Description:- Hawkins Cookers v Murugan Enterprises:- Trademarks and Passing Off. Name:- Hardik Jayram Shetty Batch:- ITM Sion Batch EPGPM2 My Assignment today is Infringement between Hawkins Cookers and Murugan Enterprises for Trademarks Issue. First I would like to explain What is Trademark Act ? The Trademarks Act of 1999 defines a trademark as a mark which has been defined to include device, brand, heading, label, ticket, name, signature, word, letter, numeral, shape of goods, packaging or combination of colours or any combination thereof) that is capable of being represented graphically and is equally capable of helping to distinguish between the Read More
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PMC Bank Fraud Case

This bank was established on February 13, 1984 as a single branch cooperative Bank. Punjab & Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank is a Scheduled Urban Co-operative Bank with its area of operation in the States of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, Goa, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh. The commencement of the banking business of PMC taken place on February 13, 1984. It operated nicely and within a time of 35 years, the Bank has a wide network of 137 branches across six states. PMC has 1814 number of employees and now this bank stands among top 10 co-operative banks of the country. Read More
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Satyam Scam

The Satyam Scandal Name: Sakshi Pandey Roll No.: M1944 College: FCRIMS MMS-SEM2 Satyam Scam was the big corporate scam that occurred in India in 2009 and is also regarded as “Debacle of the Indian Financial System”. After studying about the Satyam Scam in detail, this is best what one can explain about it. Read to know in detail about Satyam Scam. IT Company name Satyam Computers was started by Ramalinga Raju and his brother in law in 1987. Raju was Harvard Graduate and an impressive personality. Satyam was Hyderabad based company. In 1991-92 Satyam computers was listed on BSE (Bombay Read More
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Reebok vs CrossFit Inc. dispute

NAME- Ranjeet Shetty / Roll no- M1940 Father Agnel Business School, Vashi Law case study: Reebok vs CrossFit Inc. Reebok International Ltd. and CrossFit Inc. have reached a settlement in their legal dispute over a licensing agreement the pair made in 2010. Eight years into the 10-year partnership, CrossFit in June filed suit against Reebok, alleging breach of contract and breach of covenant of good faith after it said the brand made a “unilateral change” in how it calculates CrossFit’s royalties. “Every partnership confronts challenges from time to time. Great partnerships learn from them, overcome them and become stronger in Read More
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Amazon v. Rohit Reddy Chintha

Date of the case : May 4,2016 Outcome of the case: Holding Amazon guilty of deficiency in service, Bengaluru Rural and Urban Additional District Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum has directed it to refund Rs 2,85,284 within a month Summary of the case: Rohit Reddy Chintha from Hitech city, Hyderabad, had placed an order for the gold coins on August 25, 2015 at Amazon Seller Service Private Limited located in Malleswaram with order No-171-7238017-9209918 and received the courier on October 2, 2015 under the impression that the courier contained the gold he ordered. He was shocked when he opened the package Read More
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SALOMON VS SALOMON Co Ltd [1897]

Name: Sujna Alva Roll no: M1954 College: Fr. C Rodrigues Institute of Management Studies, Vashi MMS- SEM II Salomon v A Salomon & Co Ltd [1897] The case of Salomon v Salomon revolves around Mr. Salomon, a businessman who incorporated his business; and given the requirements put forth in the Companies Act 1862 which require the presence of at least seven shareholders, he made his family members as business partners issuing one share to each of them (Keenan & Riches 2009). The business was bought at £39,000. Mr. Salomon held some 20,000 shares and since £10,000 was not paid for, Read More
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