karnataka high court
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The High Court expressed its surprise that ICAI wanted to stifle the career of a student who had pursued multiple courses. The Court stated, “It would be helpful to the ICAI and the Society, if a student has extra acumen”.

himachal pradesh high court
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Himachal Pradesh High Court said that to assist the respective State Governments to choose the right persons to conduct statutory audits, the NABARD had issued the impugned letter prescribing broad guidelines

Delhi High Court
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Section 21 does empower the Institute to proceed suo motu and unhindered by the absence of a written complaint or allegation that may be submitted. A written complaint or allegation in writing cannot, in any manner, be understood to be a pre-requisite or a sine qua non for the initiation of action under Section 21.

State Tax Officers
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    Supreme Court: In a significant case, the Division Bench of M.R. Shah* and B.V. Nagarathna, JJ., allowed the PIL filed

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Securities Appellate Tribunal, Mumbai: The Coram of Justice Tarun Agarwala (Presiding Officer) and Justice M.T. Joshi (Judicial Member) while addressing a matter

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal
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Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the proposal for appointment of the following persons as Judicial Member and Accountant Member in

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Delhi High Court: J.R. Midha, J., in view of serious doubts on the independence of sole arbitrator as named in the arbitration

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Kerala High Court: N.Nagaresh, J., pronounced a landmark judgment regarding right to practice of Chartered Accountants. The Bench held, “The decision of