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Two scoops this week, one from law firm land, and one from our favourite regulator.

If you believe those Supreme Court judges who say that the CBI is a caged parrot, then it might be fair to also assume that the Modi regime does not have much love lost for the Bar Council of India (BCI).

As we would have alerted our premium subscribers on Friday when we broke the news, something actually Big and Important has happened for the first time in ages on the liberalisation front.

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Sneak preview of a very very scary graphFirst, apologies dear especially loved readers for the 3-day delay of last week's newsletter: a seasonal cold had come around and felled me (but fortunately, since these days are rather busy, I'm now fully back on my feet again).

A sleeping giant awakens after some restThis week we have some exclusive news on HSA going full-steam ahead, an unreported S&R star hire (and why I think it could be one of the best-placed firms if the foreigners ever come), and a little bit of gossip on what Luthra has been up to the last few years.

Several scoop and scooplets, exclusively for our subscribers

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