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Taxation of International Transactions

Electronics Co. Ltd. (320 ITR 209) holding S.195(2) certificate was mandatory Reliance was placed on (wrong!) interpretation of the Supreme Court in the case of Transmission Corporation of A.P. Ltd. v. CIT, 239 ITR 587. Controversy set to rest by Apex Court in GE India Technology Centre (P) Ltd. vs CIT (327 ITR 456) (SC). Samsung verdict set aside. Principle explained that when no/


Recent Controversies in Income Tax

been ruled by the Supreme Court in the case of Commissioner of Income-tax (Central) Commissioner of Income-Tax (Central), Calcutta [supra]. At the bottom of page 360 continued at page 361 of the said decision, the Supreme Court made the statement the statement of law in this regard/loan raised from the bank, this fax is also clear from page 17 of the assessees compilation, which is a copy of certificate issued by the State Bank of India, Civil Lines, Kanpur wherein it is certified that the property owned by/


Article 7 - Attribution of business profits

the recently issued APA Guidance with FAQs by the income-tax department, APA application may be possible in case the applicant admits PE in India (FAQ no. 23) Landmark Judgements 48 Morgan Stanley and Co – SC Ruling Supreme Court of India Facts Activities outsourced by MS Co. to Indian group entity MSAS: Equity / fixed income research Account reconciliation; IT enabled services, etc MS Co. staff/


Service Jurisprudence

, it was held that this amounted to violation of the principles of natural justice and the whole proceeding was held to be vitiated. Hardwari Lal v. State of U.P., (1999) 8 SCC 582 In the landmark judgment in Union of India v. Mohd. Ramzan Khan, (1991) 1 SCC 588 the Supreme Court observed that non-supply of the report of the inquiry officer to the delinquent, particularly when/


Health Consequences of Environmental Degradation and Social Injustice Martin Donohoe, M.D., F.A.C.P.

(Chisso Corporation) - methylmercury poisoning -400 dead; 10,000 injured Bhopal, India, 1984 (Union Carbide, purchased by Dow in 2001) - methyl isocyanate gas Bhopal, India, 1984 (Union Carbide, purchased by Dow in 2001) - methyl isocyanate gas/ruled for whistleblower in only 17 US Supreme Court (Garcetti v. Ceballos, 2006) sharply restricted rights of public employee whistleblowers US Supreme Court (Garcetti v. Ceballos, 2006) sharply restricted rights of public employee whistleblowers Unemployment 9-12% /


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

officials to accept Bt plants 2010: India halts release of GM aubergine 2010: India halts release of GM aubergine Health and Environmental Risks of GE Foods Acrylamide released from polyacrylamide (/Supreme Court lifts ban 2010: Supreme Court lifts ban 2011: USDA allows unrestricted commercial planting of GM alfalfa 2011: USDA allows unrestricted commercial planting of GM alfalfa GE Crop Contamination 7% of growers of organic corn, soybeans, and canola reported GM contamination in 2001 study 7% of growers of/


Environmental Law and protection in India Annateresa Memola, PhD.

(letter g) which reflect State’s concern and citizens’ responsibility toward the protection of environment;  Environmental protection is also included in the provision of article 21 of the Constitution, as recognized in several cases by the Supreme Court; Articles 48-a and 51 of the Constitution of India  48A. Protection and improvement of environment and safeguarding of forests and wild life. The State shall endeavour to protect and improve the/


SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Dr. Diganta Biswas, Assistant Professor, School of Law, Christ University, Bangalore.

Vellore Citizens Welfare Forum v. Union of India, ((1996) 5 SCC 647.) the Supreme Court of India first invoked the PP. Drawing support from various Articles of the Constitution of India and arguing that the PP is part of customary international laws (and hence part of domestic laws), the Court has strongly supported the application of precautionary principle. In fact, the Court has also applied the reversal of burden of proof and demanded that the proponents/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

officials to accept Bt plants 2010: India halts release of GM aubergine 2010: India halts release of GM aubergine Health and Environmental Risks of GE Foods Acrylamide released from polyacrylamide (/Supreme Court lifts ban 2010: Supreme Court lifts ban 2011: USDA allows unrestricted commercial planting of GM alfalfa 2011: USDA allows unrestricted commercial planting of GM alfalfa GE Crop Contamination 7% of growers of organic corn, soybeans, and canola reported GM contamination in 2001 study 7% of growers of/


LGBT Issues Professor Scillieri. LGBPTTQQIIAA Any combination of letters attempting to represent all the identities in the queer community, this near-exhaustive.

By THE EDITORIAL BOARDTHE EDITORIAL BOARD India’s Supreme Court issued a disgraceful ruling against human rights in reinstating a law that bans gay sex. On Wednesday, the court reversed a landmark 2009 decision by the Delhi High Court that decriminalized sex between consenting adults regardless of their gender.issued a disgraceful rulinga landmark 2009 decision At issue is Section 377 of India’s Penal Code barring “carnal/


The Muslim World Expands & An Age of Exploration and Isolation Pre-AP World History Unit #9 Chapters 18 and 19.

Persian princess Nur Jahan. She was a brilliant politician who perfectly understood the use of power. As the real ruler of India, she installed her father as prime minister in the Mughal court. She saw Jahangir’s son Khusrau as her ticket to future power. But when/emperor had the top rank but was just a figurehead. The actual ruler was the shogun, who was the supreme military commander. Below him were the daimyo, the powerful landholding samurai. Samurai warriors came next. The peasants and artisans followed them/


PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW Mr. Benjamin A. Cabrido Jr. Professor, USJ-R College of Law.

of India, in respect of private persons, civil officials and goods in general. Note: The Portuguese Enclaves are also known as Portuguese India, comprising of a number of enclaves on India’s western coast, including Goa proper, the coastal enclaves of Daman and Diu, and the enclaves of/ Avena judgment, contrary to the ICJ’s determination -- the U.S. Federal Supreme Court held that: The Vienna Convention did not preclude the application of state default rules. The U.S. President, George W. Bush, then issued/


Special laws related to healthcare Dr. Sanjay Gupte MD,DGO,FICOG,LLB,FRCOG President FOGSI 2010 Member Central Supervisory Board of PCPNDT Act Member Ethics.

opts for bearing child, it ceases to be unwanted child - Compensation for maintenance and for upbringing of such child cannot be claimed CONSENT FOR SURGERY Supreme Court of India has come out with very important judgment in case of Samira Kohli V/s Dr. Manchanda, Case No. CA 1949 of 1004 decided on 16th January 2008. Appellant went to respondent’s clinic with her mother. On admission/


Enforcement of transgender people’s rights in India.

,90,000 people. http://iasscore.in/national-details-74.html http://www.glaad.org/blog/indias-census-counts- transgender-population-first-time Supreme court of India in NALSA v Union of India  The third gender people will be considered as OBCs. They will be given educational and employment reservation as OBCs  The supreme court also said states and the Centre will provide social welfare schemes for third gender community/


CONSTITUIONAL PROVISIONS 1. Article 16 (4) - “Nothing in this article shall prevent the State from making any provision for the reservation of appointments.

. The backlog vacancies were not to be treated as a separate distinct group. This OM was based on the judgement dated 16-11-1992 of the Supreme Court in the case of Indira Sawhney versus Union of India. To remove adverse effects of OM dated 29-8-1997 81 st Amendment was made to the Constitution which incorporated Article 16 (4B) in the Constitution according to which/


WORKSHOP ON RIGHT TO INFORMATION FOR INFORMATION OFFICERS OF BELGAUM DIVISION [CONSTITUTIONAL BASIS FOR RTI, DEFINITIONS AND EXEMPTION CLAUSES UNDER THE.

article 19 (1) (a) Judicial innovation under article 21 Judicial innovation under article 21 Composite code as developed by the Supreme Court in Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India, AIR 1978 SC Composite code as developed by the Supreme Court in Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India, AIR 1978 SC Conflict between these two interpretations on one hand and these interpretations and the R T I Act on/


Les Langues De l’Inde An Introduction to India and the Indian Languages As They Relate to France and the French Language Taj MahalLa Tour Eiffel.

28 states and 7 union territories. Click to Return to Previous Slide Le Cour Suprême de l’Inde The Supreme Court of India is the highest court of the land and it handles mainly appeals from the lower courts.Supreme Court of India This is similar the the Supreme court of the United States. Click to Return to Previous Slide Le hindi en Inde The Hindi language derives from a classical language called/


The National Green Tribunal Act, 2010 -a Step forward in Environmental Adjudication in India A presentation BY ISHWER SINGH Ministry of Environment & Forests.

) SCC 212 (252) (iii)A. P. Pollution Control Board Vs M. V. Nayudu 1999 (2) SCC 718 Supreme Court in 2000 requested the Law Commission of India to consider constitution of specialized courts in view of inadequacy in the constitution of the Appellate Authorities which neither have judges nor the assistance of experts : A. P. Pollution Control Board Vs M. V. Nayudu 2001 (2) SCC 62 5 6 RECOMMENDATIONS/


Role of Indian Judiciary in Addressing Air and Water Pollution Justice Hima Kohli Judge, High Court of Delhi New Delhi India 1.

has evolved at a fast pace establishing a number of fundamental principles for its better implementation. Supreme Court of India and the High Courts of the States have incorporated various international doctrines relating to environment as part of the environmental jurisprudence in India. 22 Conclusion The concept of PIL has facilitated access to justice for all classes of the society. The doctrine of ‘public trust’ has deep roots in the constitutional commitments/


Presentation On Topic: “Prisoner’s Rights and Role of HRCs in Protecting Human Rights” Submitted To: RAJASTHAN STATE HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION Submitted.

and the lawyer could be met only in the presence of an officer of the customs department. The Supreme Court ruled that the right to life and liberty included his right/Court or Supreme Court on behalf of the victim to give him/her justice. Section 12 of the Act makes it obligatory on the Commission to take notice of every application so received. Human Rights Commission, in the light of section 12, has Special duty towards Undertrial prisoners. It is a powerful weapon in the hands of citizen of India and of/


International Institute For Security and Cooperation

of India (India) Communist Party of Philippines/New People’s Army (CPP/NPA) (Philippines) page 2 of 9 LIST OF TERRORIST ORGANIZATIONS Continuity Irish Republican Army, Óglaigh na hÉireann (Ireland, U.K.) Deendar Anjuman, Islamic Organization (India) Dukhtaran-E-Millat, Daughters of the Nation, Wahabbi Fundamentalist Group (India/million dollar in weapons and ammunitions to the movement “19th of April” to attack the Supreme Court to steal files of the cocaine traffickers to be extradited to the United States/


Against the Tide Advocacy for Informed Choice and Quality of Care in Population Policies and Programs in India 3 rd Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive.

2005) has explicitly mentioned that Population Control or mandatory norms are not part of its policy Government of India in its submission to the Delhi High Court ( Feb 2005) has explicitly mentioned that Population Control or mandatory norms are not part of its policy Supreme Court has issued guidelines for quality adherence and compensations for adverse outcome. These are being incorporated into the National Family Planning program/


6th Asia / Africa IFA Conference Mauritius May 10, 2012 Girish Dave Advocate, Director General of Income Tax (Retd.) Mahesh Kumar Senior Associate, Nishith.

D.B. Zwirn Mauritius v. DIT, (2011) 240 CTR (AAR) 6 In Re : Ardex Investments Mauritius, (2012) 340 ITR 272 Vodafone International Holdings v. Union of India, [2012]341ITR1 © Nishith Desai Associates Vodafone (2012) 341 ITR 1 (Supreme Court) 9 © Nishith Desai Associates 10 © Nishith Desai Associates British Virgin Islands Netherlands Cayman Islands Transaction in a nutshell 11 Hutchison Telecommunications International Limited, Cayman Islands/


1 TAX IMPLICATIONS OF DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA NOVEMBER 6, 2006 22nd ANNUAL SJSU/TEI HIGH TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE Nishith Desai NISHITH DESAI ASSOCIATES David.

to EU directives U.S. business concerns can arise  Mauritius Continues to be preferred from a U.S. perspective China-Mauritius developments Indian Supreme Court validated use of Mauritius Amendment/withdrawal of India-Mauritius Treaty? 50 STRUCTURING OF INVESTMENTS… USE OF MAURITIUS AS A SPV Offshore Company No dividend WHT at Mauritius level Corporate tax @ 33.66%; 0% if enjoys tax holiday Dividend distribution tax @ 14.025/


LAW OF CONTEMPT AND MEDIA. THE CONTEMPT OF COURTS ACT 1971 CONTEMPT OBJECTIVE To examine the basic purpose of contempt law in India. Ninty nine percent.

lost his temper and, according to the Judge, “except to abuse him of mother and sister” the contemnor had insulted him like anything. The contemnor was also President of the Bar and Chairman of the Bar Council of India. The matter was referred by the Acting Chief Justice to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court took suo motu cognizance and issued a show cause notice to the contemnor. In/


American History I Unit Two A New Nation. Causes of the American Revolution Video Clip.

merchants feared they were being forced out of the market for tea October 1773 East India Company shipped 1,253 chests of tea to Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Charles Town Committees of correspondence decided the tea must not be/ Judicial Branch and the Supreme Court the most powerful branch of government by striking down Section 13 of the Judiciary Act of 1789 Rights of Citizens -three categories of rights 1. protection from unfair actions- Constitution and Bill of Rights protect citizens from unfair/


Dispute Resolution: How to obtain reasonable outcomes 8-9 May 2013 Chair: Mukesh Butani – Taxand India Panelists: Chinapat Vissutipat – Taxand Thailand.

Media management 4 Strategies for Jurisdictions where Court is Most Likely 17 Strategies for Jurisdictions where Court is Most Likely India Evaluation of alternative remedies Strategy for stay of demand Avoiding multiple parallel proceedings Mitigating penalty exposure – robust documentation and disclosure Filing caveats Tribunal to state High Court and Supreme Court – facts vs substantial question of law 4 Strategies for Jurisdictions where Court is Most Likely 18 Strategies for Jurisdictions/


BASIC FEATURES OF INDIAN CONSTITUTION INTRODUCTION The Constitution of India was drafted by the Constituent Assembly. The Constituent Assembly held.

-INTEGRATED JUDICIAL SYSTEM The entire judicial system of India is organized into an hierarchical order. Supreme Court is at the top of judicial administration below that there are high courts at the state level and there are district courts at the district level. All the courts of India are bound to accept the decisions of the supreme court. INDEPENDENT JUDICIARY The constitution of India makes provisions for the independence of judiciary because only independent judiciary can/


By: K.T.S. Tulsi Vice Chairman, Law Commission of India & Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India.

By: K.T.S. Tulsi Vice Chairman, Law Commission of India & Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India  The cancer of delay has crippled the judicial system;  Criminal justice system affected- virtually paralyzed;  This paralysis of criminal courts & police station – gives free hand to criminals;  Makes crime ‘low risk-high profit’ business;  Law ceases to have deterrent effect;  Results in widespread corruption, scandals from politicians to judges & general /


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

and Turkish officials to accept Bt plants 2010: India halts release of GM aubergine 2010: India halts release of GM aubergine Health and Environmental Risks of GE Foods Acrylamide released from polyacrylamide (added to commercial/of millions of dollars One of over 145 similar GE-based lawsuits (90+ brought by Monsanto), costing US farmers tens of millions of dollars Canadian Supreme Court ruled that Monsanto’s patent valid, Schmeiser’s fine negligible, Monsanto owns Schmeiser’s crops Canadian Supreme Court/


Health and Environmental Consequences of Genetically- Modified Foods and Biopharming Martin Donohoe, MD, FACP Portland State University Oregon Physicians.

and Turkish officials to accept Bt plants 2010: India halts release of GM aubergine 2010: India halts release of GM aubergine Health and Environmental Risks of GE Foods Acrylamide released from polyacrylamide (added to commercial/of millions of dollars One of over 145 similar GE-based lawsuits (90+ brought by Monsanto), costing US farmers tens of millions of dollars Canadian Supreme Court ruled that Monsanto’s patent valid, Schmeiser’s fine negligible, Monsanto owns Schmeiser’s crops Canadian Supreme Court/


By: Pradeep K. Mittal B.Com, LLB, FCS Advocate, PKMG Law Chambers Past Central Council Member, The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi.

Sales tax could be levied on their transfer. The REP Licenses gave permission to an exporter to take credit for the exports made. The Supreme Court considered the definition of "goods" as given in the Constitution of India, in the Sales of Goods Act 1930, the Central Sales Tax Act, 1956 the Tamil Nadu General Sales Tax Act, 1959, the Karnataka Sales Tax Act, 1957, as/


By: Pradeep K. Mittal B.Com, LLB, FCS Advocate, PKMG Law Chambers Past Central Council Member, The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi.

Sales tax could be levied on their transfer. The REP Licenses gave permission to an exporter to take credit for the exports made. The Supreme Court considered the definition of "goods" as given in the Constitution of India, in the Sales of Goods Act 1930, the Central Sales Tax Act, 1956 the Tamil Nadu General Sales Tax Act, 1959, the Karnataka Sales Tax Act, 1957, as/


K.VAITHEESWARAN ADVOCATE & TAX CONSULTANT

on inputs. THE KONE ELEVATOR STORY Composite contract for manufacture, supply and installation of lifts in a building – whether it is a contract for sale of goods or a works contract. THE KONE ELEVATOR STORY A Five Member Bench of the Supreme Court in the case of Kone Elevator India Pvt. Ltd. Vs. State of Tamil Nadu (2014) 34 STR 641 has held as under:- Works contract is/


THE NATURE AND SOURCES OF AMERICAN FEDERALISM

direct action against the city for the Boston tea party The port of Boston - closed to all shipping until full restitution was made to the East India Company and the King for the lost tea and taxes Bostonians argued/legislation SUMMARY Social contract and natural rights as the basis of democracy Separation of powers: legislative (the Congress), executive (the President) and judicial (The Supreme Court of the U.S., federal courts); the system of checks and balances National powers: foreign relations, the /


RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS BY P.K.MITTAL B. Com, LLB, FCS ADVOCATE CENTRAL COUNCIL MEMBER – THE INSTITUTE OF COMPANY SECRETARIES OF INDIA PKMG LAW CHAMBERS.

future; (v) intangible assets, being know-how, patent, copyright, trade mark, licence,franchise or any other business or commercial right of similar nature;" 5.11:The 11 Member Bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of R C Cooper Vs. Union of India, MANU/SC/0111/1970 = AIR 1970 SC 564, has defined the “property” to say as under:- In it normal connotations, “property/


INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT ACADEMY

’ PROVIDENT FUND ORGANIZATION, INDIA INDEX EMPLOYEES’ PROVIDENT FUND ORGANIZATION, INDIA A Statutory Organization under the administrative Control of Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India. Performing the task of enforcing the provisions of the Employees Provident Fund /vs. UOI & Ors. [AIR 1987 (SC) 447] INDEX II. Regulatory points for consideration SUPREME COURT RULING ON RESPONSIBILITY OF “PRINCIPAL EMPLOYER” FOR CONTRACTORS EMPLOYEES IN REGARD TO EMPLOYEES PROVIDENT FUNDS & MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS ACT, /


CTC Issues – India Ajay Kumar RNClegal/ Rajinder Narain & Co. t: + 91 11 4122 5000 t: + 91 11 4122 5000 f: + 91 11 4122 5001 f: + 91 11 4122 5001 c: +

.” * Gramophone Company v. Birendra Pandey (1984 AIR 667) 3 CTC in India (Contd. II)  However, if any provision of a treaty (such as CTC) is in conflict with the municipal laws of India, the latter prevails.  In the same judgment the Supreme Court held: “Comity of nations or no, Municipal Law must prevail in case of conflict.” 4 CTC – Conflicts / Grey Areas  Self-help – Art. 8 – ???  Speedy Relief/


Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 Applicability – In case of appointment on job contract basis, reference under I.D. Act is not maintainable. E.C.I. Ltd. v.

fault. Govt. of India v. Workmen of State Trading Corporation, AIR 1999 SC 1532 Under the Industrial Disputes Act if an industry is closed the employees thereof are entitled to compensation as provided under Section 25-FFF of the Industrial Disputes Act. When on completion of project the employees were terminated but were continued to be paid their wages during pendency of appeal before Supreme Court, it was/


Plunder of India. India now is witnessing not mere corruption, but national plunder. --Brahma Challeny, The Hindu, Dec 6, 2010.

Vigilance Commission (CVC). He was the Telecom secretary under whom 40 billion dollar 2G scandal occurred and he is going to investigate 2G scam!! When Supreme Court of India questioned, Government basically told it is not their business. The list of scams does not end, 73 lakh crores looted (1948)Jeep Scandal. [61][62] Haridas Mundhra Scandal ( 1957). [63][64] K D Malaviya-Sirajuddin Oil/


1 LEGAL PRACTICE BILL [B20 – 2012] Comparative Perspectives: Australia, Ireland, India, Namibia, Nigeria, United States of America and Zimbabwe (5 June.

to Bar Council and, finally, to the Supreme Court. 6 India Reform Prompted by concerns, among others, discipline and legal education: Supreme Court states Bar Council of India ‘ineffective’, complains courts are victims because of these lawyers. Approximately 4000 pending cases (2013). 2010, Bar Council introduced All India Bar Examination to improve standards of entrants to profession. 7 India State-driven reform: Legal Practitioners (Regulations and Maintenance of Standards in Professions, Protecting the/


BY P.K.MITTAL B. Com, LLB, FCS ADVOCATE DELHI HIGH COURT CENTRAL COUNCIL MEMBER – THE INSTITUTE OF COMPANY SECRETARIES OF INDIA. CHIEF ADVISOR : PKMG LAW.

future; (v) intangible assets, being know-how, patent, copyright, trade mark, licence, franchise or any other business or commercial right of similar nature; 5.11:The 11 Member Bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of R C Cooper Vs. Union of India, MANU/SC/0111/1970 = AIR 1970 SC 564, has defined the “property” to say as under:- In it normal connotations, “property/


June 25-26, 2015 Justice A. K. Sikri Judge Supreme Court of India.

be given due weight. In short, there is no bar on the court to exercise its parens patriae jurisdiction, even in the presence of special statutes dealing with the matter. 10  Through Habeas Corpus  Under Article 226, Indian Constitution before High Courts of India  Under Article 32, Indian Constitution before Supreme Court of India The writ of Habeas Corpus is available as an effective and efficacious remedy for a parent/


Ground Report India The world is a global village. Poverty, Environment, Climate Change, Economy and Peace cannot be dealt or understood without understanding.

D.A.L., D.L.L., D.I.I. Mediator Supreme Court of India & High Court of Delhi Govt. Lawyer in Supreme Court of India & High Court of Delhi Life Member, Indian Institute of Parliament Studies Member, Zonal Railways Users Consul Committee  Shreepal Singh, Lawyer, Supreme Court of India  Ajeet Kumar Pandey, LLB, MBA Lawyer, Supreme Court of India  Neeraj Kumar Mishra, LLB Lawyer, Supreme Court of India Reach in India through GRI States covered in India by GRI: 25 Delhi, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka/


Pradeep. K Mittal Past Central Council The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi Advocate 171 Chitra Vihar, Delhi-110092 9811044365/9911044365.

Textiles 2008(4) RAJ 97 (Delhi) THE FIGURES SHOWN IN INCOME TAX RETURN IS ADMISSION: The Supreme Court in the case of Uttam Singh Dugal & Co. Ltd. v. Union Bank of India MANU/SC/0485/2000 : [2000] 39 CLA l/[2000] 102 Comp Case 118/[2000] 7 /you. C)Oral or documentary evidence led by both the parties; D) Critical analysis of the evidence with the provisions of India Evidence Act; E) Case applicable F) Conclusions. IMPORTANT POINTS i) Court should not set up a case – which was never presented by the parties. /


USA- “Separate but Equal” Doctrine In 1896 the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Louisiana law that required black and white passengers to ride in separate railway.

1950s and 1960s. The landmark Supreme Court decision, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, in 1954, found that separate schools for blacks and whites was unconstitutional. The landmark Supreme Court decision, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, in 1954, / civil war, East Pakistan became the country of Bangladesh. Jammu and Kashmir Fig. 7-17: Although its population is mainly Muslim, much of Jammu and Kashmir became part of India in 1947. India and Pakistan have fought two wars over the/


© DSK Legal 2016 │ All rights reserved │ Not for circulation 1 The Game of Chance & Game of Skill : Legality of Online Poker in India Presentation by Anand.

framework The Public Gambling Act, 1867 is the only central legislation in India governing gambling. The 7th Schedule, List II, Entry No. 34 of the Constitution of India empowers state legislatures to frame state specific laws on betting and gambling. /Will it still fall under permissible limits of law, and not a “common gaming house”? With recent orders of the Supreme Court in the Mahalakshmi case, where the Supreme Court has refused to comment on the legality of online rummy, it will be interesting/


Pradeep. K Mittal Past Central Council Member The Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi Advocate 171 Chitra Vihar, Delhi-110092 9811044365/9911044365.

conduct, he has done that which might fairly be regarded as equivalent to a waiver. THE FIGURES SHOWN IN INCOME TAX RETURN IS ADMISSION: The Supreme Court in the case of Uttam Singh Dugal & Co. Ltd. v. Union Bank of India MANU/SC/0485/2000 : [2000] 39 CLA l/[2000] 102 Comp Case 118/[2000] 7 SCC 120, has held that the income-tax returns/


CITIZENS OF INDIA ARE WE AT THE TIPPING POINT?. AFTER 62 YEARS PLUS WE WONDER HOW WE MESSED IT UP. WE WONDER HOW WE MESSED IT UP. WE ARE NOW DETERMINED.

OF AGE. REAL DEMOCRACY IS EMERGING… CITIZENS ARE COMING OF AGE. A LANDMARK SUPREME COURT RULING …ACCELERATED THE MOVE TOWARDS GOOD GOVERNANCE. 13 TH MARCH 2003 WAS AN HISTORIC DAY… THE SUPREME COURT RULED THAT CITIZENS HAD THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ABOUT CANDIDATES. THE SUPREME COURT/; RFGI, Ahmedabad; NNFI - National Network For India, All India. NNFI - National Network For India, All India. This presentation brought to you by : National Network For India Trust Trustees: Subodh Bhargava, Promod Chawla, Jai /


Dr. H.S. Rana Additional Director

AGAIN UPHELD 1981 AKHIL BHARATIYA SHOSHIT KARMACHARI V/s UNION OF INDIA CHALLANGED RELAXATIONS, CONCESSIONS, LOWERING LEVEL OF EVALUATION SUPREME COURT UP-HELD RELAXATIONS, CONCESSIONS, LOWERING LEVEL OF EVALUATION. EFFICIENCEY OF ADMINISTRATION : 15.11.1997 1986 JAGANNATHAN Vs AUDITOR – GENERAL OF INDIASUPREME COURT ESTABLISHED RESERVATION IN DR & PROMOTIONS ARTICLE 16(4) 1992 INDIRA SAWHNEY V/s UNION OF INDIA (MANDAL COMMISSION) LARGER BENCH OF SUPREME COURT DECIDED – 16 (4) NDID NOT PROVIDE RES. FOR/


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