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Appeals Against ITAT Only Before HC Where Assessing Officer Is Situated, Supreme Court Affirms

The Court held that, "Even if the case or cases of an assessee are transferred in exercise of power under Section 127 of the Act, the High Court within whose jurisdiction the Assessing Officer has passed the order, shall continue to exercise the jurisdiction of appeal."

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Complaint Prior To Expiry Of 15 Days Period In Cheque Bounce Case Not Maintainable, Supreme Court Holds

Bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and AS Bopanna set aside the order of the High Court and granted liberty to the respondent to institute a fresh complaint and since the earlier complaint could not be presented within the time prescribed by Section 142(b) of the Negotiable Instruments Act.

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SC Seeks Modi Govt's Response For Spending Rs 1000 Cr To Increase Sale Of Dolo 650

The Supreme Court has directed the central government to respond within 10 days on the matter of giving Rs 1000 crore to doctors to increase the sales of Dolo 650

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Manufacturers Of Dolo 650 Tablet Spent 1000 Cr On Freebies To Doctors For Prescribing The Drug, SC Told

Justice DY Chandrachud orally observed, "This is not music to my ears. I was also asked to have the same when I had COVID. This is a serious issue and matter."

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Supreme Court Stays PILs Seeking Corruption Probe Into CM Hemant Soren, His Family

The direction was pronounced as the top court reserved orders on different pleas moved by the Jharkhand Govt and Soren which challenged the June 3 direction of the High Court whereby PILs filed by one Shiv Shankar Sharma was admitted.

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FIFA Suspends India, Disallows U-17 Women's World Cup

In a massive setback for the country, the FIFA on Tuesday suspended India for "undue influence from third parties" and said the U-17 Women's World Cup "cannot currently be held in India as planned." The country is scheduled to host the FIFA event from October 11-30.

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Judiciary, Legislature And Executive Have To Work Together To Solve National Problems, Law Minister Says

Speaking at the 75th Independence Day celebrations organised by the Supreme Court Bar Association in the apex court complex, he said it is easy to criticise or make sweeping comments against the system unless one feels the pinch.

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State Govts Should Not Dole Out Freebies Beyond Their Fiscal Capabilities, Says Fmr Niti Aayog VC Rajiv Kumar

Kumar noted that there is a difference between merit transfer payment and non-merit freebies, especially those which are done beyond the fiscal capability of any government.

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SC Seeks Response From Centre On Appeal Of Vedanta

Vedanta Ltd has moved the top court against the March 26 judgement of a division bench of the Delhi High Court setting aside a single judge order directing the Centre to extend till 2030 its PSC with Vedanta Ltd and ONGC to produce oil from the Barmer oil field.

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SC Issues Notices To Govt, ONGC Over Vedanta's Appeal On Barmer Oil Field

The Centre's appeal was allowed by the division bench of the high court against that Vedanta moved the apex court

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SC Appointed Expert Panel Gives Nod For Rigging Supertech Twin Towers With Explosives

The nod of the Central Building Research Institute (CBRI) was the last approval needed for the charging — rigging of explosives inside the structures — of the twin towers located in Sector 93B here, they said.

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SC Dismisses Plea Challenging Constitutional Validity Of Provision Of Representation Of People Act

On Friday, Supreme Court dismissed a plea challenging the constitutional validity of provisions related to EVMs

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SC Says Freebies, Welfare Schemes Are Two Different Things

Supreme Court on Thursday said a balance has to be struck between the economy losing money and welfare measures.

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Exercise For Regular Promotion, Ad-Hoc Promotion Stands On Different Footing, SC Affirms

Bench of Justices Hemant Gupta and Vikram Nath observed that, "While filling up vacancies by way of promotion on regular basis, a DPC is constituted and the profile of the candidates coming within the zone of consideration is prepared. But in a special drive for filling up the backlog vacancies meant for reserved category candidates, such an exercise become redundant."

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EC In SC: Welcomes Setting Up Of Panel On Freebies But Should Not Be Made Part Of It

The poll panel also referred to the reported strong oral observations of the top court against it during the last hearing on the PIL on the issue, saying they have “caused irreparable damage to the reputation of this institution built over the years”.

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