Daily Archive: Monday, April 25, 2016

CBEC-Litigation Management and Dispute Resolution measures and initiatives by Government

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CBEC takes Litigation Management and Dispute Resolution measures; Field formations file applications for withdrawal in 980 and 2174 cases in High Courts and CESTAT respectively as per the new threshold monetary limits prescribed; Out of this, High Courts allow withdrawal in 250 cases and CESTAT in 202 cases. The

 

Extension of due date for filing of ST3 returns to 29/04/2016 from 25/04/2016

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DUE DATE FOR FILING OF SERVICE TAX RETURN FOR THE PERIOD OCTOBER-MARCH, 2015-2016 HAS BEEN EXTENDED FROM 25TH TO 29TH APRIL, 2016.         Ministry of Finance Press Release dated 25-04-2016 Extension of date for filing of ST3 returns The Central Government has extended the date of filing of

 

Eligibility certificates for availing income tax benefits by startups. Government Constitutes an Inter-Ministerial Board to issue such certificates

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MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY AND PROMOTION) NOTIFICATION  New Delhi, the 22nd April, 2016 G.S.R. 439(E).—The Government of India, vide Notification No. G.S.R. 180(E), dated 17th February, 2016 defined ‘startup’ under Startup India initiative, and has declared that a certificate of eligibility shall be required

 

Uttarakhand High Court Judgment quashing Presidential Rule under Article 356. It was without any basis at all, in fact, it was a blatant falsehood.

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Today, the Hon’ble High Court of Uttarakhand made its landmark judgment online that quashed the Presidential Rule in Uttarakhand which was imposed under Article 356 of the Constitution of India. The petitioner had alleged that the ruling BJP at the Centre, in pursuit of its objective to overthrow the Indian

 

Directors resignation whether effective only when approved by Board by passing resolution? Analysis of CLB Judgment

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Company Law Board (CLB) Principal Bench, New Delhi in its recent judgment has held that whenever a company is required to file any return, account or other document then it has to necessarily pass a Board Resolution to send such document to the registrar of Companies . Unless the

 

Start-Ups Intellectual Property Protection SIPP Scheme to facilitate protection of Patents, Trademark and Designs of innovative and interested Start Ups

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Scheme for Facilitating Start-Ups Intellectual Property Protection (SIPP) Introduction Intellectual Property Rights (lPRs) arc emerging as a strategic bu siness tool ror any business organization to enhance industrial competitiveness . Stru1-Ups, with limited resources and manpower. can sustain in this highly competitive world only through continuous growth  and development