Agreement Between Brothers Nifty

Chapter 3: THE GREAT DATA THEFT “This handful of people in the upper echelons of the NSE have dropped exactly the institution they have been working in for a long time. This cabal, regardless of the rules or the fear of the law, has been embodied with impunity in the abuse of power. It was only when Enron took India to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) that Chidambaram resigned as legal adviser when he was appointed FM by Sonia Gandhi. Ironically, the Congress-led government, where Chidambaram was practically number 2, hired a Pakistani lawyer named Khawar Qureshi to present the Indian side to the ICC. Pakistan has the status of enemy of India, and lawyer Dimwit lost the ICC case in months. Harish Salve fought for India on the ICC before the UPA came to power. No one knows why the forensic expert has been replaced by the ineffective lawyer of an enemy country. “It is interesting to note that the lawyer who argued for Chidambaram in the case was another prominent BJP lawyer and leader, Arun Jaitley. Chidambaram and Jaitley both succeeded each other when they became successive MMs of India, although from different political parties and governments. But the vine goes that they were brothers in arms and often came to each other`s help. But that`s another story. Nalini was of course one, but the controversy seemed to be Chidambaram`s other wife. “The inefficiency of SEBI was at its peak when regulators reached a “false” agreement between the NSE, Ajay and Susan, but it did not refer to the case of a thorough criminal investigation. “The data was shared with Ajay at the request of MD and DMD,” said Ravi Apte, NSE`s Chief Technology Officer between 2007 and 2013, during his questioning by SEBI.

His fingers pointed to his two bosses, Ravi Narain and Chitra Ramkrishna. Oral orders were issued from above, and other NSE officials were disclosed during the audit reviews. “With unfettered access, Ajay and Susan were discreetly fed up to 2009 by important NSE business data, just weeks before the mysterious leap of Sensex and Nifty on May 18, which ended the BSE and NSE trade.