Enable Block: 

The Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2020 was introduced in Lok Sabha by the Minister for Corporate Affairs, Ms. Nirmala Sitharaman, on March 17, 2020. The Bill seeks to amend the Companies Act, 2013. Under the 2013 Act, certain provisions from the Companies Act, 1956 continue to apply to producer companies.

With the eligible corporates mandated under the new Companies Act to spend two percent of their net profit for corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities, experts pitched for partnerships wit

Companies will now have a more wide range of activities to choose to fulfil the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) norms under the new Companies Act.

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs on Tuesday informed the Delhi High Court that pharmaceutical companies would get benefit under corporate social responsibility (CSR) rules if they donate medicines

The Government today notified rules for corporate social responsibility that has in its ambit a wide range of activities including livelihood enhancement projects and steps for the benefit of armed

Funds given to political parties will not count as corporate social responsibility activity

The much-awaited rules for the new ‘corporate social responsibility’ (CSR) regime were notified on Thursday, under which companies with sizable businesses would need to spend a minimum 2 per cent of net profit for the benefit of the society.

The expert panel led by former SEBI Chairman M. Damodaran submitted this report for reforming the regulatory environment for doing business in India to the Ministry of Corporate Affairs. Read the text.