delhi high court
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“For a service to be categorized as a technical service, it has to be concerned with applied science, i.e., using scientific knowledge for practical applications, or industrial science concerning, relating to, or derived from industry.”

karnataka high court
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While Xiaomi’s petition was held to be maintainable on the fulcrum of Article 14, however, the impugned provision as per the High Court did not manifest any arbitrariness.

Delhi High Court
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    Delhi High Court: In a case where application was filed by Nokia under Order 39 Rule 10 of CPC, the

Madras High Court
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Madras High Court: A Division Bench of R Mahadevan and Sathya Narayan Prasad, JJ. dismissed the tax appeal holding that guarantee commission

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by Dr Srikant Parthasarathy† and Dr Amirthalakshmi R††

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Bombay High Court: G.S. Patel, J.,  while addressing a matter wherein the offence of defamation has been alleged, expressed: Simply using another’s

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DTAA provisions must be treated as law and followed by Indian courts, notwithstanding what may be contained in the Income Tax Act to the contrary, unless more beneficial to the assessee.

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal
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Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT): A two-member Bench of Saktijit Dey, Judicial Member and Manoj Kumar Aggarwal, Accountant Member, allowed the appeal

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Madhya Pradesh High Court: This petition was filed before a Division Bench of S.C. Sharma and Virender Singh, JJ., against the order