Category: Supreme Court

Tips collected by hotel from customers and distributed to employees not salary for the purpose of TDS u/s 192-Supreme Court

The Supreme Court in its recent judgment has held that tips collected by the hotel from customers and distributed to employees are not salary for the purpose of TDS under Section 192. Case Law Details: Civil Appeal Nos. 4435-37 of 2016 ITC Limited Gurgaon (Appellant) versus Commissioner of IT (TDS) Delhi (Respondent) …

Exemption 10(23C)(iiiab)-Fee collection by Universities not Government funding because it is authorized under Act or fees rates fixed by Govt. Agencies-SC

Supreme Court in a latest judgment has held that Fees collection by Universities does not amount to Government funding for exemption u/s 10(23c)(iiiab) merely because such fees are authorized under the relevant Act or fees rates are fixed by Govt. authorised Agencies Case Law Details: Civil Appeal No. 4361-4366 of …

5 judge Bench of SC recalls its 2013 controversial judgment which quashed National Eligibility Entrance Test as unconstitutional

The Supreme Court recalls its judgment delivered on 28-07-2013 delivered by a three judge Bench which had quashed the National Eligibility Entrance Test as unconstitutional. The judgment was alleged as leaked even before it was pronounced and had created a lot of controversies. A 5-judge Bench headed by Justice Anil …
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