Rajasthan High Court
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Rajasthan High Court held that the Income Tax Department failed to prove that there was ‘Mens Rea’, i.e., willful attempt to evade any tax, penalty or interest chargeable on part of the respondent.

Madhya Pradesh High Court
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Madhya Pradesh High Court noted that wife compelling the husband to do household chores, not preparing food on time, going to the market for shopping purposes, etc., are trivial dispute within domestic life.

patna high court
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“Section 60(4) of Bihar VAT Act, 2005 enables a seizure of goods along with the carrier if the authority suspects the transport to be in contravention of the provisions of Section 60(2).”

karnataka high court
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The Court stated that examination of contents of the suicide note and other attending circumstances if necessary to ascertain whether such person has committed the offence of abetment to suicide or not.

gujarat sales tax act
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“The intention of the legislature is very clear and unambiguous that the moment any eventuality as mentioned in Section 45(5) occurs, the penalty shall be leviable as mentioned in sub-section (6) of Section 45 of the Gujarat Sales tax Act, 1969”, the Supreme Court observed.

UAPA Act
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Supreme Court said that the object and purpose of the enactment of UAPA is to provide for more effective prevention of certain unlawful activities. To punish such a person who is continued as a member of such unlawful association which is declared unlawful due to unlawful activities can be said to be in furtherance of providing for effective prevention of the unlawful activities.

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Gujarat High Court: B.N. Karia, J. rejected an application under Section 397 read with Section 401 of the Code of Criminal Procedure,

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Supreme Court: The bench of Ajay Rastogi and Abhay S. Oka, JJ has held that any default or delay in the payment

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Calcutta High Court: In a case wherein directors of the Board of society had published defamatory statements against the Vice Chairman of

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Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: Sanjay Dhar, J., quashed a defamation complaint filed against the Editor-in-Chief of Republic TV, Arnab

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Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI): Prasanta Mahapatra, Adjudicating Officer, while imposing a penalty of  ₹6,00,000/- on Capital First Ltd. (Noticee),

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Delhi High Court: Manoj Kumar Ohri, J. expressed that, Abetment involves a mental process of instigating a person or intentionally aiding a

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Jammu and Kashmir High Court, Srinagar: Sanjeev Kumar, J., while addressing a matter in respect to Section 138 NI Act, stated that

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Customs, Excise and Services Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT): Ashok Jindal (Judicial Member) allowed an appeal which was filed against the impugned order

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Customs, Excise and Services Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT): P.K. Choudhary (Judicial Member) partly allowed an appeal which was filed against the Order-in-Appeal

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Meghalaya High Court: W. Diengdoh, J., while refusing to quash a criminal case against a journalist as the Facebook post shared by the

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Gujarat High Court: Gita Gopi, J., while addressing an issue with regard to abetment to suicide held that in accordance with the ingredients

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Bombay High Court: K.R. Shriram, J., while deciding the appeal filed impugning the order and judgment passed with regard to acquittal for

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Customs, Excise and Service Tax Tribunal (CESTAT): Justice P. Dinesha (Judicial Member) allowed the appeal filed by a shipping company against the

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Kerala High Court: A Division Bench comprising of A. Hariprasad and A.Anil Kumar, JJ., released the appellant as no intention to commit