in re delhi laws act case
When Courts Can Interfere In The Awards Passed By An Arbitral Tribunal As Per The Law In India?
...This is because as per the arbitration laws of many countries, the international arbitration which had the ... courts to entertain S.34 applications while dealing with the case (2006) 11 SCC 181 McDermott International Inc Vs. Burn Standards ... Judgment delivered by the division bench of High Court of Delhi on 1st August 2014 in Delhi Development Authority Vs. M/s ...
Special Economic Zones Reinforcing Investors Interest!
... Units to abide by local laws, rules, regulations or bye-laws with regard to the area planning, ...mtrs. For IT/ ITES SEZ in 7 cities - (Mumbai, Delhi (NCR), Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Pune and Kolkata) - Minimum ... by the appropriate authority on the facts and merits of each case. Setting-up additional units in similar/ related areas under ...
Gains Earned From Sale Of CCDs In A Joint Venture Are Capital Gains And Not Interest Income Delhi HC
The Delhi High Court (Delhi HC) has very recently held in the case of Zaheer Mauritius vs. Director of Income-tax (International Taxation) –II [(2014) 47 ... the Indian Income-tax Act, 1961 (the Act) since interest income is taxable according to the laws of India/ Mauritius. The matter reached the Delhi HC by way of a writ petition against the order ...
Round Table On Business, Governance and Society
In a roundtable discussion, several environmentalists talked about business, governance and society. Bharat Patel, Secretary of Machimaar Adhikar Sangharsh Sangathan, said India's first marine national park is located at Gulf of Kutch. It is very rich in bio-diversity, and the gulf is 175 km long and 30 km wide. The condition now is such that, it is not a marine national park; it is a marine...
...If I speak to you specifically about the case of Mundhra, the SEZ of Adanis captures about 60 km of the coast ... areas' and tribal people, and that is how the Schedule Areas laws started coming in. We have an Act in 1917 which, for the first ...Delhi is essentially serviced by tribal women from Jharkhand. All the ...
Delhi High Court Applies Reduced 10% Rate To Non-Resident Capital Gains
... by High Court on writ against AAR Ruling The Delhi High Court has recently held in the case of Cairn U.K. Holdings Ltd ("CUHL")1, that a non-resident investor is entitled to the reduced 10%2 ... maintain consistency with its earlier rulings is a step forward in bringing certainty in tax laws. While AAR rulings are binding only on the parties involved, this is especially important as there ...
Tax & Corporate News Bulletin (June-July 2011)
... Authority for Advance Rulings (AAR), in a recent ruling in case of Verizon Data Services India Private Limited [AAR 865 of 2010], ... MSM General Insurance: [309 ITR 356] and by the Delhi High Court in the case of DIT v. HCL Infosystems Ltd. [274 ITR ... CORPORATE LAWS/SEBI. Waiver of approval of Central Government for payment of ...
The Income-Tax Act, 1995
4. Charge of income-tax 1 (1)Where any Central Act enacts that income-tax shall be charged for any assessment year at any rate or rates, income-tax at that rate or those rates shall be charged for that year in accordance with, and 2[subject to the provisions (including provisions for the levy of additional income-tax) of, this Act] in respect of th...
...5 Ibid. 6 Inserted by the Taxation Laws (Amendment & Miscellaneous Provisions). Act, 1986, w.e.f. ...Provided that, in the case of a person not ordinarily resident in India within the meaning ...2[(ii) in relation to the Union territory of Delhi. the High Court of Delhi;. 3[(iia) * * *]]. 4[(iii) Omitted by ...
Tax & Corporate News Bulletin - Vol. VII, No. 1, April-May 2011
... The Authority for Advance Rulings ("AAR"), in case of VNU International BV (AAR 871 of 2010) has ruled that ...334/2009, Hon'ble Delhi High Court, while approving the scheme, held that avoidance of ... CORPORATE LAWS/SEBI. Appointment of LLP as the Auditor of a Company. The ...
- Ownership of Land without Earth. Evaluation on the Establishment and Management of the Apartment Ownership Schemes in Indian Perspective
Free tradezones in closed developing economies: an examination of EPZ success in Mauritius.
.... By relaxing the laws regarding international trade and customs, taxation, quotas, and ...If the latter is the case, then the EPZ has ultimately progressed farthest along in the ...Sage Publications, New Delhi. . Mauritius: Into the Vacuum. (1970), Time Magazine. Accessed ...
'Don't Make Privatisation a Religion, Make Your Case On Facts'
... the mining of coal. [...]Section 2 allows state laws to prevail, provided the President of India approves this-that means, even if Modi's government can't change a central law in Parliament, it can ask the President to approve a change in Andhra's labour law.
- Arbitration in India, England & Wales
Green Supply Chain Management Initiatives by It Companies in India
... hazards. This research paper uses the case study approach to explore the green initiatives followed by the three major Indian IT companies to manage their supply chain. The study summarizes the steps taken by these companies with respect to green manufacturing, green procurement, green packaging, recycling and e-waste management, that have helped them to make their supply chains ...
Rahul Gandhi's First Interview: Full Text [India]
... Modi has been given a clean chit, in the Gulbarg massacre case by the SIT and the court Mr. Gandhi. My question to you is "can ...I think that's criminal. Did the Sikh riots take place in Delhi? Absolutely. Were they completely wrong? Absolutely. Arnab : ...Laws in this country are passed by parliament. What one needs to do is ...
- Consumerism in Health Care - a Critique. A Critique of Consumerism in Healthcare with Reference to the Indian Consumer Law
- Labour Welfare in India. Labour Law
- Right to Information in India. Tool for bringing transparency in the Indian Administrative System
- Sexual Harassment and Law in India. Indian Perspective
Markets Could Re-Rate
[...]the strife in Iraq and consequent rise in oil prices poses a risk to inflation (50-75 bps higher inflation for every 5% change in oil prices) as well as current and fiscal deficit (every $10/barrel of oil increases current account deficit by 0.4% of GDP and fiscal deficit by 0.2% of GDP). Some of the sectors where proposals have been put forward are: n Defence: Proposal for FDI in defence...
...#3: Vodafone case and retrospective taxation: A positive signal for FDI could be a ...n Direct Taxes Code: DTC will likely simplify direct tax laws and widen the tax net, thus boosting overall direct taxes. The ...
- Restorative Justice in Preventing Custodial Crimes in India. Restorative Justice, Human Rights, Custodial Crimes, Causes, Consequences, Care
- Computer Programme- An Intellectual Property. With reference to Protection and Challenges before India