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Explainer | The system of selecting Supreme Court judges
The Supreme Court collegium has recommended nine names for appointment to the top court, including one who could become the first female Chief Justice of India, putting the spotlight on the process of selecting members of the higher judiciary
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Explained | What are superior voting rights on shares and why do they matter to start-ups?
SR shares allow start-up founders to retain control after an IPO. But promoters have complained that current rules are too onerous.
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