The fresh fundraising by the hospitality start-up came at a time when it is slowly recovering from the impact of coronavirus pandemic.
Infosys had agreed to pay Bansal a severance amount of Rs 17.38 crore or 24 months of salary, but the company suspended payments after he got Rs 5 crore as co-founder NR Narayana Murthy and others objected to the package as excessive
Last month, the NCLAT set aside the RoC decision allowing conversion of Tata Sons into a private company.
NCLAT, on 18 December, directed the $110-billion Tata group to reinstate Cyrus Mistry as the executive chairman of Tata Sons
NCLAT decision inconsistent with corporate law; any shadow over management will put public interest in jeopardy: Tata petition
The Tata petition says that a serious error in law is the finding that Tata Sons continued as a 'Public Company' even after the change of law, and on that basis, coming to a further finding that the action of the Registrar of Companies (RoC), Mumbai, taking on record this change was illegal
NCLAT adjourns RoC plea on Ratan Tata-Cyrus Mistry case till 3 January; seeks definition of pvt, public cos from MCA
The NCLAT had directed the RoC to reverse Tata Sons' status from a 'private company' to a 'public company'.
Tata-Mistry saga: Registrar of Companies seeks modification in NCLAT order; to be listed for hearing on 2 January
The NCLAT had also directed the Registrar of Companies to reverse Tata Sons' status from a 'private company' to a 'public company'
NCLAT verdict on Tata Sons: Corporate Affairs Ministry seeks modification in appellate tribunal order
The Corporate Affairs Ministry on Monday moved the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal seeking certain modification in its order in the Tata Sons matter
The NCLAT on Wednesday quashed the conversion of Tata Sons - the principal holding company and promoter of Tata firms - into a private company from a public firm, terming it "illegal"
Jet Airways revival: Hinduja Group puts conditions, seeks assurance from govt before finalising investment in grounded airline
Last month, there were reports that Hinduja Group was planning to initiate the bidding process for Jet Airways reviving hopes of fresh life to the debt-laden airline.
Income Tax Department responsible for loss of Rs 6,000 cr in real estate taxes after error in assessment, reveals CAG report
CAG has exposed the chinks in the armour of the Income Tax Department revealing that the department has lost Rs 6,093.71 crore as tax revenue from the real estate sector due to errors
CBI files chargesheet against P Chidambaram's wife, alleges she received over Rs 1 crore from Saradha group
CBI has filed a charge sheet against Nalini Chidambaram, the wife of former Union finance minister P Chidambaram, alleging she had received Rs 1.4 crore from Saradha group, embroiled in a chit fund scam.
The Assistant Registrar of Companies under the ministry of corporate affairs (MCA) has issued summons to the directors and officers of Usha Martin Limited which had sold its steel business to Tata Steel
Jet Airways financial woes: Registrar of Companies receives complaint against airline, seeks explanation
Jet Airways board, on 9 August deferred announcement of unaudited financial results for the June quarter and the same was announced on 27 August.
Jet Airways staff association flags concerns; seeks clarity from airline on issues leading to current situation
Jet Airways staff association has also raised serious concerns about media reports and social media messages "relating to the insolvency of the company, concerns of violations of law, Sebi investigation into fraudulent transactions and other management actions".
PNB fraud: Registrar of Companies didn't get complaint from prime minister's office: Union minister Shiv Pratap Shukla
"Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has apprised that it did not forward any complaint to the Registrar of Companies either on 26 July, 2016 or 29 July, 2016," Minister of State for Finance Shiv Pratap Shukla said in a written reply in Rajya Sabha.
As part of the nationwide crackdown by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, over 15,000 companies in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh are facing the threat of de-registration for non-compliance of rules and over 13000 firms in both the states have been issued notices
Ride hailing app Ola saw its losses widening to Rs 4,897.8 crore, even though its total income grew 70 percent during FY2016-17 as compared to the previous fiscal, as per regulatory documents.
ICICI Bank shareholders seek answers on conflict-of-interest allegations raised against Chanda Kochhar, days after the PMO ordered agencies to probe the row.
At least a dozen companies, including some in past few weeks, have been registered in various parts of the country with 'Bitcoin' as part of their names while many more such applications are pending before the Registrars of Companies