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Top Stories: JSA chronicles: Jyoti, Berjis own under 13.5% equity; Upsetting PIL; Nat telecom policy; CVC on CWG & more…

The JSA story: From 68% to 13.5%. How Jyoti Sagar with Berjis Desai created an institution that will survive its founding partners. JSA’s second partner band owns only 0.75 per cent less equity than founding partners. Also, JSA is perhaps the only Indian law firm giving the “geographical split” system of partner compensation a miss. [ET]

Delhi HC chief justice court upset at PIL asking passage of right to speedy trial act, dismisses PIL [Law et al news]

Proposed National Telecom Policy, 2011: Uniform fee, minimum fee, increased spectrum limit, spectrum sharing rules [The Hindu]

CVC responds to PTI’s RTI query: Report on 58 CWG graft cases to be out in a month [Deccan Herald]

Allahabad HC mulls over PIL against Khurshid who says he’ll talk minority sub-quota “even if poll body hangs me” [ET]

Essar seeks review of SC order reversing Guj HC order deferring Rs 6300 cr sales tax [Mint]

SC summons govt: Tata on trail of Nira-radia-tape probe report [NDTV]

SC: we’d rather quash proceedings than stay for want of jurisdiction. CBI court summons on Essar, Loop still operative [The Hindu]

SC blow to Italian bidder Ansaldo gives green flag to NTPC’s tender auction for supercritical coal burning equipment [Mint]

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