M. Ugarthi Shankalia
Bombay High Court Delivers a Split Verdict on the Constitutionality of Section 13(8)(B) Of the Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act
A division bench of the Bombay high court had delivered a split verdict on the constitutionality of Section 13(8)(b) of the IGST Act which imposes GST liability on services provided by intermediaries to persons located outside India.
Acquittal of a Life Convict on the Grounds Where Circumstantial Evidence Is Not Legal, Reliable, and Unimpeachable: Bombay High Court
Bombay High Court acquitted a life convict accused of murder since there was not enough legal, reliable, and unimpeachable evidence. The court also quashed the judgment made by the Additional Sessions Judge and ordered for the refund of the fine amounts for the same.
The Aurangabad high court held that it was the Centre’s liability to replace faulty ventilators with new and functional ventilators as repaired ventilators might lead to loss of lives.
Madhya Pradesh High Court Declares Junior Doctors Strike Illegal, Says That Doctors Have Solemn Duty Towards Humanity
The Madhya Pradesh High Court had declared the strike by Junior Doctors Association (JUDA) as illegal and directed the doctors to resume their duties immediately.