Complaint Sent To Police Through Whatsapp Or Email Sufficient For Providing Information In Cognizable Cases: Jammu & Kashmir And Ladakh High Court

Dilshad Sheikh and others V/s Sabha Sheikh [CRM(M) 572/2022 CrlM 1586/2022] The Jammu & Kashmir And Ladakh High Court has held that a complaint sent to police through whatsapp or email is sufficient for providing information in cognizable cases. A single bench of Justice Javed Iqbal Wani noted that criminal proceedings are not to be …

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Closure Report Cannot Result In Final Determination Of Dispute: Supreme Court

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Chen Khoi Kui V/S Liang Miao Sheng & Ors. [C.A. No.-005849-005850 / 2023] The Supreme Court ruled that closure reports cannot result in final determination of the dispute between two sets of parties on the adjudication of allegations of filing false and fabricated documents before the Registrar of Societies. The division bench of Justice Aniruddha …

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Supreme Court Allows Tax-credit on dividend exempt under Oman’s domestic law


PRINCIPAL COMMISSIONER OF INCOME TAX v/s M/S KRISHAK BHARTI COOPERATIVE LTD. [CIVIL APPEAL NO. 836 OF 2018] The Supreme Court Allowed the Tax-credit on dividend exempt under Oman’s domestic law. The division bench of Justice B.V. Nagarathna And Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra observed that under Article 8 of DTAA, dividend is taxable, whereas, Article 8 …

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PepsiCo v/s Parle: Delhi High Court Dismisses PepsiCo’s Plea In Trademark Dispute With Parle Agro

PepsiCo Inc & Anr v Parle Agro Private Limited [CS(COMM) 268/2021, I.A. 7170/2021 & I.A. 9591/2021] The Delhi High Court has dismissed PepsiCo’s plea in trademark dispute with Parle Agro. The single bench of Justice C. Hari Shankar has imposed certain restrictions on Parle Agro. The company is not allowed to modify the label of...

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Law Minister tables women’s reservation bill in Lok Sabha

Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal on September 19 tabled the much anticipated women’s reservation bill termed as ‘Nari Shakti Vandan Adhiniyam’, aiming to reserve 33 per cent of seats in Lok Sabha and all state legislative assemblies for women. The Constitution (One Hundred and Twenty Eighth Amendment) Bill, 2023 was listed for introduction in …

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