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VVIP Security and Security Category in India

VVIP security is decided by a committee consisting of Intelligence Bureau (IB) officials, the home secretary, and the home minister. Depending on the level of threat, security is classified into four main levels. X,Y,Z and Z+ category. Z+ category: Provided to VIPs and VVIPs. Has a security cover of over 36 personnel. Guarded extensively by… Continue reading VVIP Security and Security Category in India

CIVIL, Taxation

Offences and Prosecution under Income Tax Act 1961

Section - 275A : Contravention of order made under sub-section (3) of section 132 Section - 275B : Failure to comply with the provisions of clause (iib) of sub-section (1) of section 132 Section - 276 : Removal, concealment, transfer or delivery of property to thwart tax recovery Section - 276A : Failure to comply… Continue reading Offences and Prosecution under Income Tax Act 1961

CIVIL, Taxation

Appeal and revision under Income Tax Act 1961

Section - 246 : Appealable orders Section - 246A : Appealable orders before Commissioner (Appeals) Section - 247 : Appeal by partner Section - 248 : Appeal by a person denying liability to deduct tax in certain cases Section - 249 : Form of appeal and limitation Section - 250 : Procedure in appeal Section… Continue reading Appeal and revision under Income Tax Act 1961

CIVIL, High Court Rules

Calcutta High Court Original Side Rule [Appendix R TO Z]

Appendix R Rules for the grant of subsistence allowance and conveyance hire to complainants and witnesses[N.B. With reference to the Notes to rules 5 and 6 of Chap. XXXVII, the following rules made by H.E, the Governor under the powers conferred upon him under section 544 of the Code of Criminal Procedure appear to have consolidated… Continue reading Calcutta High Court Original Side Rule [Appendix R TO Z]

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Medical Council of India Vs. G.C.R.G. Memorial Trust & Ors [SC 2017 November]

Keywords:- Judicial propriety-judicial discipline We say so as an unscrupulous litigant who conceived the idea of paving the path of his own desire, moving according to his design, proceeding as per his whim and marching ahead with brazenness abandoning any sense of prudence cannot be leniently dealt with. It is the duty of the Court… Continue reading Medical Council of India Vs. G.C.R.G. Memorial Trust & Ors [SC 2017 November]