"02 May 2023" Archive

SC allows appellant to travel abroad based on his previous record

Parvez Noordin Lokhandwalla Vs State of Maharashtra (Supreme Court)

Having regard to the genesis of the dispute as well as the issue as to whether the appellant is likely to flee from justice if he were to be permitted to travel to the US, we find, on the basis of the previous record of the appellant, that there is no reason or justification to deny him the permission which has been sought to travel to th...

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Pendency of departmental proceedings cannot be a ground to prevent appellant from travelling abroad

Satish Chandra Verma Vs Union of India (Supreme Court of India)

Satish Chandra Verma Vs Union of India (Supreme Court of India) In the instant case, the appellant who is a member of the All India Services has paid leave to his credit and has applied to go to U.S.A. and France to visit members of his family who are residing there. On an earlier occasion […]...

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Illegal exports of Katamine: HC denies bail to accused

Intelligence Offcee Vs Jaffee Sadiq (Bombay High court)

There was no condition to furnish passport in order dated 15th January, 2020. He has furnished documents about business trip to Dubai. It is pertinent to note that the order granting anticipatory bail is challenged before this Court....

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SC quashes condition of deposit for granting bail

Anatbhai Ashokbhai Shah Vs State of Gujarat (Supreme Court of India)

Anatbhai Ashokbhai Shah Vs State of Gujarat (Supreme Court) 1. Leave granted. 2. Learned counsel for the parties are not at issue that the facts of this case are identical to one in Criminal Appeal No.186 of 2023. 3. Since the facts are almost identical, we see no reason to deviate from the view taken […]...

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Vivad se Vishwas scheme for relief to MSMEs – Last date to Submit claims till 30.06.2023

Vivad se Vishwas scheme for relief to MSMEs for COVID-19 period was commenced from 17.04.2023 & last date for submission of claims is 30.06.2023...

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IBBI penalises IP for conducting auction in hasty and improper manner 

Order No. IBBI/DC/160/2023 02/05/2023

DC finds that Mr. Vedagiri Venkata Krishnamurthy has conducted the second and third auctions in improper manner by fixing the same date for deposit of EMD by any prospective bidder and the date of publication of auction notice date, and giving only two days for second auction and three days for third auction to participate […]...

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Importance of Virtual CFO Services for Start-ups and SMEs

Managing finances can be a significant challenge for start-ups and SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) as they often need more financial resources and must manage their finances carefully to ensure they can operate and grow their business effectively. Unlike large corporations with dedicated finance departments and resources, start-ups an...

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Trading or Investment – Starting with a small capital

Should limited cash on hand deter you from trading or making investments? Well, nearly everyone feels a scarcity of money no matter what their financial standing is. Think of your money like your army. You send them out to win more money back, and if your strategy fails, you lose your precious soldiers. So, with […]...

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Advisory on GST Document Reference Number (RFN) in offline communications

Circular No. 7451/CT&GST 02/05/2023

Facility of generation of Document Reference Number (RFN) and use of the same in all offline communications with the Taxpayers and other concerned persons relating to Goods and Services Tax...

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Observations of Candidates on Question Papers of CA Exams May 2023

Candidates can bring to the notice of Examination Department, their observations, if any, on question papers relating to CA Final and Intermediate Examinations being held in May 2023 ...

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