Chartered Accountants – Volume 4 – Issue 1

Editorial In the previous editorial, I had talked about the drastic developments taking place on the world stage and a chorus slowly building up on the inevitability of a Third World War. People, at large, across the world are generally in denial that the Third World War is a reality, leave alone the fact that […]

Chartered Accountants – Volume 3 – Issue 2

Editorial The presentation of the Finance Bill 2015, by the Hon’ble Finance Minister, Mr. Arun Jaitely, has elicited a guardedly positive response from the public at large; guarded for the reason that the primary concern is on the execution. With the post election euphoria gradually subsiding, there seems to be a growing perception that while […]

Chartered Accountants – Volume 3 – Issue 3

Editorial The assent of the President of India to the much awaited Companies (Amendment) Act, 2013 has brought the much needed relief to Corporates and other stake holders, not in the least the Chartered Accountant fraternity. Amendments such as removal of requirement of minimum share capital for private and public limited companies, relaxations on the […]

Chartered Accountants – Volume 3 – Issue 4

Editorial The single most important event which has a huge bearing on the how world history will take shape going forward is the downing of the Russian fighter jet by the Turkish forces. Immediately thereafter there has been a virtual chorus of world leaders talking about the certainty of a third world war. Even the […]