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16th August - The Hindu Editorial - Part-2(in Hindi)
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Subhodeep Das
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very nice and to the point explanation. eagerly waiting for the next one. thanks in advance.
very nice and to the point explanation. eagerly waiting for the next one. thanks in advance.
very nicely explained sir about oxitocin impact on cattle. Sir please upload next article

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  4. Lessons in alternative histories Fear isn't the key: On regulation of securities markets a crac There must be caution about regulatory . .-- overreach while granting SEBI more powers S. UBHODEEP

  5. India's stock markets are booming, with the BSE Sensex touching new highs. The regulation of securities markets has evolved over the last two and a half decades since the setting up of the Securities and Exchange Board of India, but it is still a work in progress A panel headed by T.K. Viswanathan, a former Lok Sabha Secretary General, has now submitted recommendations to curb illegal practices in the markets and ensure fair conduct among investors. A key recommendation is that the stock market watchdog be granted the power to act directly against "perpetrators of financial statements fraud". S. UBHODEEP

  6. this means SEBI can act not only against listed entities under its extant powers but also against those who aid or abet financial fraud - including accountants and auditors. The panel has suggested that SEBI, rather than the Central government, be given the power to grant immunity to whistle-blowers who help uncover illegal activities It goes to the extent of recommending that SEBI be given powers to tap phone calls. UBHODEEP

  7. the regulator take such ag arte on arainst offenders instead Greater executive powers, it is being suggested, can help the regulator take swifter action against offenders instead of relying on government bodies such as the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Ostensibly, this could also free SEBI from various manifestations of political influence. Since SEBl is better placed to understand the complex nuances that financial market fraud entails, compared to other investigative agencies or even those in charge of implementing the Companies Act, it may also be better placed to enforce the law. Granting more teeth to enable the market regulator to fulfil its primary role of protecting investors is fine. But it is equally critical to empower it with the right tools S. UBHODEEP

  8. Lessons in alternative histories Questioning a crackdown estloning a crackdown The case for restricting the manufacture of oxytocin is neither rigorous nor reasoned S. UBHODEEP

  9. The decision of the Ministry of Health to restrict, from September 1, the manufacture of oxytocin only to the public sector unit, Karnataka Antibiotics and Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (KAPL), has sparked fears of shortages and a disruption of supplies of this drug. Oxytocin which is considered to be a critical drug in maternal health care is made primarily by the private sector The restriction is because of alleged misuse of the drug by dairy farmers on milch cattle to stimulate milk production. The Ministry now hopes to control distribution channels and prevent misuse S. UBHODEEP

  10. Research oxytocin does not have an adverse effect on either people or animals. With cattle, the danger of misuse is that it may cause addiction, in which case cattle do not react to normal milk ejection stimuli. court passed a judgment in 2016 blaming oxytocin for a number of diseases, including breast and uterine cancers, male impotence, excessive hair growth in women and balding for men However, the court did not cite a single scientific study to support these claims. Government's order under Section 26A of the said Act, it appears that the government has gone ahead to restrict manufacture without conducting any kind of feasibility study S. UBHODEEP