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The Supreme Court on Friday decided to use technology more in judicial proceedings keeping in mind the prevailing COVID-19 situation and directed that now court summons and notices can be served on persons through “emails, fax and instant messaging applications” like ‘WhatsApp’.

The Supreme Court on Friday disapproved of Franklin Templeton’s April 23 announcement to wind up six debt funds, which spooked lakhs of investors, but the asset management company assured the SC that “all investors will get back their money”.

The Supreme Court on Monday slammed the Federation of Automobile Dealers’ Association (FADA) for violating its order by selling and registering more BS4 automobiles than permitted, and said registration of those vehicles might not be allowed.

The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered the department of telecommunications (DoT) to reconsider seeking Rs 4 lakh crore in past dues from non-telecom PSUs such as GAIL, saying raising such a demand using its verdict on dues of telecom companies was “totally impermissible”.

The Supreme Court on Monday allowed Air India to keep the middle seats occupied while operating its non-scheduled flights to bring back Indians stranded abroad up to June 6 while observing that the government should be more worried about the health of citizens rather than the health of commercial airlines.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday granted partial relief to Vodafone Idea Ltd by asking the income tax department to refund Rs 733 crore to the telecom firm within 4 weeks, for assessment year 2014-15. Vodafone Idea, formerly known as Vodafone Mobile Services Ltd, had however sought Rs 4,759.07 crore in tax refund from for AYs … Continue reading SC asks I-T dept to refund Rs 733cr to Voda Idea

The Supreme Court on Monday sought responses from the Centre and DGCA on a plea seeking directions to airlines operating domestic and international fights in India to refund full amount collected for tickets due to cancellation of flights in wake of the lockdown and restrictions imposed to contain Covid-19 pandemic.

The Centre on Monday sought the Supreme Court’s approval to grant 20 years’ time to telecom companies to pay in instalments Rs 1.69 lakh crore on account of adjusted gross revenue (AGR), saying the entire economy would be adversely impacted if telecom service providers are not granted enough time to pay the dues.

Following the NCLAT order last week to begin a probe into Flipkart for abuse of its dominant position, the All India Online Vendors Association (AIOVA) has filed a caveat in the SC against the Walmart-owned e-tailer. The move by AIOVA, the group representing small e-vendors, comes in anticipation of Flipkart challenging the NCLAT order in … Continue reading Flipkart probe: E-vendor group files caveat in SC

The Supreme Court’s decision to lift the ban on cryptocurrencies has come as a welcome relief to entrepreneurs and investors in bitcoin exchanges even though the ruling comes two years after the RBI banned banks from dealing with bitcoins in April 2018.

The verdict would allow companies in the sector to use the banking platform to trade and transact in cryptocurrency. The central bank had contended that allowing cryptocurrency (bitcoins) compromised the integrity of the banking system.

Jaypee Infra will get back 858 acres: SC

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In a boost for public sector construction company NBCC’s bid for Jaypee Infratech, the Supreme Court has ruled that 858 acres belonging to the bankruptcy-hit company was wrongfully mortgaged by its parent Jaiprakash Associates (JAL) and said it was a “preferential” transaction.

The department of telecom (DoT) on Friday ordered Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and others to pay their AGR (adjusted gross revenue) dues by 11:59 pm Friday. The order comes just hours after the SC issued notice to the companies and their directors to explain why contempt proceedings shouldn’t be initiated against them for not paying … Continue reading DoT orders telecom companies to clear dues by midnight

Oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan blamed “communication gap” for the department of telecom demanding Rs 3 lakh crore in dues from non-telecom PSUs such as GAIL, Oil India Ltd and PowerGrid and said these companies do not owe anything to the govt on this count. “We feel there should be no impact (of the Oct 24, … Continue reading Non-telecom PSUs have no dues: Dharmendra Pradhan

The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to list next week fresh pleas of telecom firms, including Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and Tata Teleservices, seeking a new schedule of payment of statutory dues to the tune of Rs 1.47 lakh crore to the department of telecommunications.

The Supreme Court’s decision to dismiss review petitions of top telecom companies on its Adjusted Gross Revenues (AGR) payment order leaves the sector open to statutory and bank repayment defaults, and piles fresh pressure on Vodafone Idea and Airtel, which are already groaning under tight market conditions.

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