The listed company should now notify the stock exchange (s) of any event or information, as indicated in Part A of Calendar III, as soon as possible, but no later than 24 hours after the appearance of an event or information. If the disclosure is made after 24 hours, the listed company should provide an explanation of the delay in privacy. This deadline was not included in the list agreement. Events or information disclosed to the stock exchange (s) under this Regulation should be hosted for a minimum of five years and subsequently on the website of the listed company, in accordance with the listing company`s archiving policy. This means that the publicly traded company is now required to develop a directive on the disclosure of websites and the archiving of such disclosure. some of the items covered in Part A of Schedule III, such as dividends and/or cash bonuses recommended or declared, or the decision to obtain a dividend, as well as the date on which the dividend is distributed/shipped, any cancellation of the dividend for reasons, the decision to repurchase securities; the proposed capital raising decision, the increase in capital by issuing bonus shares by capitalization, including the date on which these shares are credited/sent, the reissue of shares or forfeited securities, or the issuance of shares or securities held in reserve for the future issuance or creation of new shares or securities or other subscription rights, privileges or benefits, financial results and the decision to voluntarily decode the listed stock exchange (s) that must be glued within thirty minutes of the closing of the session instead of fifteen minutes, in accordance with the list agreement. Note: Sub-clauses (F), (G) and (H) referred to in paragraph 1. The main reason for the introduction of the listing regulation was the rationalization of all rules applicable to all securities, making it more convenient for companies to follow a set of rules rather than follow two regulations and avoid confusion resulting from the overlapping of two regulations. The introduction of a new regulatory framework has also improved the advertising process with regard to SEBI, as more and more companies are subject to strict control of the regulatory mechanism and, as a result, the process of companies complying with the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) rules has been improved. With the introduction of listing regulations, contractual obligations have been converted into a legal requirement conferring legal recognition on the regulations. Although SEBI is in the process of publishing some of the formats in force in this Listing Regulations 2015, this is a step towards consolidating existing listing agreements for different types of securities, with the aim of aligning with current legislation, although there are no new content or changes in the Listing Regulations 2015.