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Record rise in geek criminals; SEBI unbans Tayals; Bangalore lawyers retaliate cops; Maoist Ghandy cleared…

Information Technology Act convictions rise by 64 per cent as cyber crime convictions fall [Medianama]

SEBI lifts March 2010 securities trading ban on Bank of Rajasthan’s former promoters – the Tayal family - who still face proceedings to determine monetary penalty for violating RBI norms on ownership in private banks [ET]

Del add’l sessions judge Pawan Kumar discharges Maoist Ghandy from Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act charge for lack of proper sanction, despite case made out [The Hindu] [Rebecca John (Ghandy’s lawyer) speaks]

RBI policy change: FDI with built-in provision such as buyback can be classified as equity instead of debt if it has a 3 year locked-in period [ET]

Afghanistan jails its women for the “moral crime” of fleeing abuse and brutality [Reuters]

US SC intolerant to tweeting of case proceedings updates [First Post]

US Court keen to use tapped phone conversation evidence in insider trading trial against Goldman Sachs’ Rajat Gupta; same wiretaps led involved hedge fund founder to jail [ET]

Bangalore lawyers assault cops who had assaulted them during city civil complex lathicharge, claim media [DNA India]

Trilegal guides CCI nod to beer maker merger Scottish & Newcastle India with Vijay Mallya’s UB [Bar and Bench / Hindu Businessline] [Correction: this headline was earlier not clear and has been rephrased]

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