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By Gagan Kumar
In order to serve the nation and the community, we are putting our views on various vexed issued on GST.
By Gagan Kumar, Amit Kaushik
Goods and Service Tax is a reality now. In this article, we have tried to capture the implications for Real Estate Sector under various transaction in a tabular for for easy understanding.
By Veera Nath
In the domain of consular access, the Jadhav case manifests itself well as part of the process of humanization of international law.
By Gagan Kumar
Clubbing ‘Make in India' initiative along with the aim of achieving a self-reliant locally indigenised ecosystem, the Cabinet Committee on Security has approved the policy on defence manufacturing...
By Gagan Kumar, Amit Kaushik, Shreya Chaudhari
The Delhi High Court held that the amount received by the franchisor by way of franchisee fee under a Franchise Agreement involving use of intangible property is chargeable to service tax and not exigible to VAT.
By Gagan Kumar, Amit Kaushik, Shreya Chaudhari
Tax Authorities have powers to summon persons and documents, and survey his premises to secure evidences of undisclosed documents or assets.
By Gagan Kumar, Amit Kaushik, Shreya Chaudhari
The present Government is focusing on increasing the tax base particularly after de-monetisation and introduction of Benami Transactions (Prohibition) Amendment Act, 2016.
By Gagan Kumar, Amit Kaushik
Real Estate Sector in India has been going through a rough weather for the last few years due to lack of funds and sluggish demand.
By Gagan Kumar
In a recent amendment (December 3, 2014) to the Foreign Direct Investment ("FDI") Policy, 2014 issued by the Ministry of Commerce of Industry...
By Gagan Kumar, Amit Kaushik
The proposed law further provides that such adjustment amount, if not repatriated into India within the prescribed period, the same shall entail a notional interest which would also be subject of tax.
By Gagan Kumar
In 2012, the Supreme Court of India in the Vodafone case held that any transfer by a non-resident of shares of a non-resident company which derives its value from the shares or interest situated in India would not attract Indian capital gains tax.
By Gagan Kumar, Amit Kaushik
When the new government took over and assumed the office, it was anticipated that many path breaking decisions would be taken.