Itís been a busy time for us with Indiaís bull run
continuing, leaving little time for writing in the print
media or conducting workshops. However, we take pleasure in
bringing you one more issue of Ensouth. Once again, we
return to our traditional format: covering each of topical
issues, policy issues and current events.
In our topical section, we bring you
Clawbacks in the PE machine,
which argues that confidentiality paranoia is exaggerated in
companies seeking private equity and then looks, as the
subtext states, at the real hoodoo in the warranties
supporting the share acquisition.
Next and quite coincidentally as one of our cases goes into
final hearing on the interpretation of Press Note 1 of 2005
before the Delhi High Court, in
Press Note Politics, we share our perspective on
what this peculiar piece of protectionism means and has done
for our country.
Finally, in The neo-conservative
backlash, we examine the moralistic spin that has
been put to recent cases of celebrity bashing in India.
We have no workshop announcements for now. The work load has
been such that time management has become oxymoronic.