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09th May, 2018 British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta bullish on stressed assets in India, bets $10 billion investment - Business Today
09th May, 2018 Overseas loans get cheaper for India banks battling bad debt - Economic Times
09th May, 2018 Vijay Mallya has lost a battle, but the war is far from over for Indian banks he stiffed - Business Today
08th May, 2018 Preserving the rescue culture within the IBC - Live Mint
08th May, 2018 Jaypee promoters submit over Rs 10,000 crore revival plan for Jaypee Infratech - Economic Times
08th May, 2018 Essar bid: Delay likely in CoC letter to ArcelorMittal, Numetal - Financial Express
08th May, 2018 ArcelorMittal can add a lot of value to Essar Steel, says Aditya Mittal - Money Control
08th May, 2018 Dalmia Bharat moves SC on NCLT's Binani Cement order, hearing on May 10 - Business Standard
08th May, 2018 NCLT approves insolvency resolution plea of Era Infra - Ani News
08th May, 2018 Tata Steel moves NCLAT against consideration of Liberty House's resolution plan for Bhushan Power - Live Mint
08th May, 2018 Reform bankruptcy Rules, maximise value - Economic Times
08th May, 2018 Rs 14,00,000 crore stressed assets up for sale: What is stopping desi investors? - Economic Times
08th May, 2018 Foreign lender triggers insolvency against Indian guarantor - Bar and Bench
07th May, 2018 Lakshmi Mittal keen on Indian assets, says IBC intent not to thwart reputed overseas companies - Financial Express
07th May, 2018 Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code alert: Explicit bar likely on bids by promoters' relatives - Financial Express
07th May, 2018 Lanco Infratech faces liquidation – Report - Steel Guru
07th May, 2018 We have to give bankruptcy code time: Rashesh Shah - Fortune India
07th May, 2018 Binani Cement lenders to meet on Wednesday to mull UltraTech revised offer - Business Standard
07th May, 2018 Videocon insolvency: SBI-led lenders drag over a dozen firms of Venugopal Dhoot-run group to bankruptcy court - First Post
07th May, 2018 Will history repeat itself in India's tryst with insolvency law? - Live Mint