Furthermore, the NCLT or the NCLAT cannot make an enquiry of this commercial wisdom when they approve a resolution plan. However, in the Swiss Ribbons ruling, the NCLT and the NCLAT are empowered to check into arbitrariness -- hence, the tenets of equality -- when it comes to the CoC’s acceptance or rejection of application for withdrawal or settlement plan with promoter. … [Read more...] about New IBC amendment: Is it all over now for defaulting promoters?
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For the past 2½ years, ever since I reported that he was paid between $10 million and $15 million to do absolutely nothing on 2013's Man of Steel, a figure confirmed by then-Warner Bros. chief Jeff Robinov, I've been trying to land an interview with Peters. At the time, there were rumblings that the real figure was closer to $50 million. After several rebuffs, Peters finally acquiesced, granting his first interview in 10 years. Now he sits in a living room adorned with Native American artifacts, movie posters and memorabilia as an antique pistol rests on the table. ("Yeah, there's two bullets in it," he says casually.) One of the first questions he answers is about his cut on Superman films. He says he took home $80 million to $85 million combined for 2006's Superman Returns and Zack Snyder's Man of Steel thanks to backend granted for his role in jumpstarting the franchise in the '90s. Warners declined to comment. "I have 7.5 percent of the gross," says Peters. "Together they did … [Read more...] about “I Am the Trump of Hollywood”: The Reclusive and Outrageous Jon Peters Is Still Rich. Really Rich
Do Thi Anh Nguyet competes at the 30th SEA Games last month. She won a gold medal in the women's recurve team. Nguyet will take part in Tokyo Games this summer. — Photo sport5.vn Repeat this process about 200 times per day and you have what archers Do Thi Anh Nguyet and Nguyen Hoang Phi Vu are doing to prepare for the biggest moment of their careers, competing in the Tokyo Olympics this summer. … [Read more...] about Archers Nguyet, Vu to make Vietnam Olympic dream come true
The pressure of family life is another reason often cited for women who find it difficult to sustain long careers in art. But Fallis doesn't see motherhood as an obstruction to creation. "Becoming a mother was a key decision for me," she says. "Beatrice [her four-year-old daughter] is just as important to me as my sculpture, and the guilt of leaving her to get on with my work will never leave me. But motherhood has also had a positive effect. My new work is about sustainability, and our relationships with the planet and each other – things that, as a mother, I'm much more aware of." … [Read more...] about Polly Morgan, Sarah Lucas and the rise of the female sculptor
One of the earliest poems, Unspeakable, ends: "Is this about/ her, and he says, No, it's about/ you, we do not speak of her." The other woman in the story remains scarcely alluded to – Tiny Siren a bitterly funny exception. A photograph turns up in a washing machine. "Doesn't it look like your colleague?" The truth fails to come out in the wash. Years later, Olds runs into her ex-husband with his new woman: "covered with her, like a child working with glue/ who's young to be working with glue." Funny and belittling, this is the closest she comes to cruel. Elsewhere, generosity dominates. Stag's Leap was their favourite wine, the logo a badly-drawn stag leaping off a cliff – she compares him to her husband and adds: … [Read more...] about Stag’s Leap by Sharon Olds – review