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Efiling of Income Tax Return made compulsory for Individuals

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Vijay Kumar Wrote on 28 September 2010

Sir, I need to know, whether the partner of a firm has to mandatorily e file his individual return, if such firm is under audit u/s 44AB. Please reply soon Sir, !its urgent...!



SOME ISSUES PERTAINING TO C FORMS UNDER CST ACT 1956

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prakash Wrote on 26 September 2010

Excellent. Similar detailed article on E1 Sale, part of CSt act will help s lot.



Order11, Rule 21 of the CPC

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A P FERNANDES Wrote on 25 September 2010

Sir, couldu please list any judgements regarding O 11 R 21. Thanks Sqn.Ldr. A P Fernandes



Shareholders Activism in India

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amruth Wrote on 25 September 2010

thank you mam for the write up.



PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION

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Hemant Agarwal Wrote on 25 September 2010

Thanks for the self-explainatory article. However, nowadays the courts are reluctant to entertain WP & PIL's, for reasons best known to them, which further reduces the public faith on judiciary. Keep Smiling .... Hemant Agarwal



Ex-post facto Laws

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Tajobsindia Wrote on 24 September 2010

Could you advise based on your article and knowledge gathered is DV Act (protection of Woemen against Domestic Violence), 2005 Retrospectively appled as are the views of two of the HC's in India? If not then what bars it ?



Higher Legal Education in India: A Need for Change

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O. Mahalakshmi Wrote on 24 September 2010

You are very correct and Very Very Good article.



JUDICIAL CULTURE OF CUT & PASTE

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O. Mahalakshmi Wrote on 24 September 2010

Beautiful article



PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION

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Parthasarathi Loganathan Wrote on 20 September 2010

Very informative indeed. But PILs would reduce only when courts take suo moto action on matters which are detrimental to public interest at large.



PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION

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Parthasarathi Loganathan Wrote on 20 September 2010

Very informative indeed. But PILs would reduce only when courts take suo moto action on matters which are detrimental to public interest at large.


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