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CDSCO (Central Drugs Standard Control Organization)

Corporate Law - CDSCO is controlled and regulated by the Directorate General of Health Services, which is part of the Government of India's ministry of health and family welfare. The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization is headquartered in New Delhi and operates several zonal offices across the country. Additionally, CDSCO collaborates together wi...

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Expenditure on COVID-19 Healthcare facilities & Infrastructure counted under CSR

Corporate Law - Expenditure on COVID-19 Healthcare facilities and Infrastructure counted under CSR Expenditure Pursuant to the General Circular No. 09/2021, issued by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, on 5th May, 2021, and in continuation to the General Circular No. 10/2020, as issued on 23rd of March 2020, the MCA hereby elaborated on various health relate...

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There is No Provision of Service Between Partners & Partnership Firm

Corporate Law - • In a partnership firm, partner‘s capital can be in the form of cash/asset. It can also be in the form of contribution of skill and labour alone without contribution in cash. The appellant is a partner performing some duties for which he has an expertise, skill in the marketing and distribution of the goods manufactured by partnershi...

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Whether Indian Judiciary is equipped to declare ‘Medical Emergency’

Corporate Law - COVID-19 is a disaster that has engrossed from Wuhan, China. Although over the last few months this has travelled many countries and the reason for the birth of the Coronavirus is still not known. Some say that it is a virus which is a mixture of several viruses such as swine flu,  bird flu etc., However the virus has spread all over the...

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Private healthcare sector: Income tax incentives, Provisions & Judgments

Corporate Law - Private healthcare sector: Income tax incentives, Legal Provisions and Judgments This article covers various sections related to healthcare sector such as Section 10(23C), Section 44A, Section 44AB, Section 11, Section 12, Section 35AD, Section 194I, Section 194h, Section J and many more along with various related case laws. Legal Provisi...

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IMA demands health ministry to Wake up from its slumber

Corporate Law - IMA is astonished to see the extreme lethargy and inappropriate actions from the Ministry of health in combating the agonizing crisis born out of the devastating second wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The collective consciousness, proactive cognizance, and requests made by IMA and other professional learned colleagues are put into the dust...

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Centre plans to bring in five to eight new services under service tax net from next year

Corporate Law - But health services offered by the private doctors, lab testing and diagnostic services are out of the ambit of service tax. The Centre is likely to target these services to complete the chain in the health sector. Similar services attract tax in sev...

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CBEC notifies 8 new taxable Services w.e.f. 1.7.2010

Corporate Law - CBEC has notified 8 new taxable Services w.e.f. 1.7.2010 vide Notification No.24/2010-Service Tax dated 22.6.2010. The following are the new taxable Services introduced w.e.f. from 1.7.2010. 1. Games of chance (zzzzn),2 Health services (zzzzo), ,3 Maintenance of medical records (zzzzp)...

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Service Tax applicable on 8 new services to come into effect from July 1 2010

Corporate Law - The Finance Ministry has specified July 1 as the date from which service tax levy would be applicable on the eight new services brought under the tax net in Budget 2010-11. The eight new services include services of promoting, marketing or organising of games of chance, including lottery, health services undertaken by hospitals for employ...

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Post budget 2010 medical treatment and medical insurance premium will cost more

Corporate Law - According to the Bill, tax will be levied on “a person covered by health insurance scheme, for any health check-up or treatment, where the payment for such health check-up or treatment is made by the insurance company directly to such hospital, nursing home or multi-specialty clinic”. This will be only applicable to cashless insurance...

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There is No Provision of Service Between Partners & Partnership Firm

Cadila Healthcare Limited Vs C.S.T.-Service Tax (CESTAT Ahmedabad) - • In a partnership firm, partner‘s capital can be in the form of cash/asset. It can also be in the form of contribution of skill and labour alone without contribution in cash. The appellant is a partner performing some duties for which he has an expertise, skill in the marketing and distribution...

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Service tax – Summary of Recent Amendments

LETTER D.O.F. NO. 334/3/2011-TRU - (25/04/2011) - Clarifications on new services specified in clauses (zzzzv) and (zzzzw) of section 65(105) of the Finance Act, 1994 and amendments to existing clauses of same section and following services Services provided by a Restaurant, Short Term Accommodation. Commercial Coaching and Training, Legal Services,...

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Recent Posts in "health services"

CDSCO (Central Drugs Standard Control Organization)

CDSCO is controlled and regulated by the Directorate General of Health Services, which is part of the Government of India's ministry of health and family welfare. The Central Drugs Standard Control Organization is headquartered in New Delhi and operates several zonal offices across the country. Additionally, CDSCO collaborates together wi...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Expenditure on COVID-19 Healthcare facilities & Infrastructure counted under CSR

General Circular No. 09/2021 05/05/2021

Expenditure on COVID-19 Healthcare facilities and Infrastructure counted under CSR Expenditure Pursuant to the General Circular No. 09/2021, issued by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, on 5th May, 2021, and in continuation to the General Circular No. 10/2020, as issued on 23rd of March 2020, the MCA hereby elaborated on various health relate...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

IMA demands health ministry to Wake up from its slumber

IMA is astonished to see the extreme lethargy and inappropriate actions from the Ministry of health in combating the agonizing crisis born out of the devastating second wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The collective consciousness, proactive cognizance, and requests made by IMA and other professional learned colleagues are put into the dust...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

There is No Provision of Service Between Partners & Partnership Firm

Cadila Healthcare Limited Vs C.S.T.-Service Tax (CESTAT Ahmedabad)

• In a partnership firm, partner‘s capital can be in the form of cash/asset. It can also be in the form of contribution of skill and labour alone without contribution in cash. The appellant is a partner performing some duties for which he has an expertise, skill in the marketing and distribution of the goods manufactured by partnershi...

Read More

Whether Indian Judiciary is equipped to declare ‘Medical Emergency’

COVID-19 is a disaster that has engrossed from Wuhan, China. Although over the last few months this has travelled many countries and the reason for the birth of the Coronavirus is still not known. Some say that it is a virus which is a mixture of several viruses such as swine flu,  bird flu etc., However the virus has spread all over the...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Private healthcare sector: Income tax incentives, Provisions & Judgments

Private healthcare sector: Income tax incentives, Legal Provisions and Judgments This article covers various sections related to healthcare sector such as Section 10(23C), Section 44A, Section 44AB, Section 11, Section 12, Section 35AD, Section 194I, Section 194h, Section J and many more along with various related case laws. Legal Provisi...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Easy-to-miss Tax Benefits of Health Insurance Policies in India

If you are the breadwinner of your family and willing to buy health insurance plans for your children, spouse, and parents, you can avail tax benefits under section 80D of income tax act, 1961. You can avail these benefits as an individual as well as when you buy it for your parents no matter whether they are dependent on you or not....

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Service tax on Health Services

Health Services means any service provided or to be provided by any hospital, nursing home or multi-specialty clinic,- (i) to an employee of any business entity, in relation to health check-up or preventive care, where the payment for such check-up or preventive care is made by such business entity directly to such hospital, nursing hom...

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Health Services no more taxable

In just recent past i.e. 01.07.2010 Service tax on Health Services (Section 65(105)(zzzo) of Finance Act, 1994) was introduced and without any doubt it was caught by all uncertainty and mystery. Taxable health services meant – any service provided or to be provided by any hospital, nursing home or multi-specialty clinic,- (i) to an empl...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Service tax – Summary of Recent Amendments

LETTER D.O.F. NO. 334/3/2011-TRU 25/04/2011

Clarifications on new services specified in clauses (zzzzv) and (zzzzw) of section 65(105) of the Finance Act, 1994 and amendments to existing clauses of same section and following services Services provided by a Restaurant, Short Term Accommodation. Commercial Coaching and Training, Legal Services, Health Services....

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