Category: Gujarat High Court

IGST on ocean freight is not permissible under law: Gujarat High Court.

Source – business-standard.com The Gujarat High Court has declared imposition of integrated goods and services tax (IGST) on ocean freight as violative of the Constitution. Ocean freight is the cost incurred through an agreement between two foreign parties to bring goods to India via ocean. Allowing petitions against the tax, the court said the levy and collection

Certain prayers on section 144 need to be heard: Gujarat HC.

Source – indianexpress.com The Gujarat High Court (HC) on Wednesday acknowledged that certain prayers in the petition challenging the continuous prohibitory orders issued under Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) section 144, read with certain provisions of the Gujarat Police (GP) Act, need to be considered, even as the state government sought for more time to file an

Gujarat High Court Assistant Skill Test Result 2020 Declared @gujarathighcourt.nic.in

Source – jagranjosh.com Gujarat High Court Assistant Skill Test Result 2020: Gujarat High Court has released the Practical/Skill Typing Test result for the post of Assistants on its official website. All those candidates who have appeared in the Practical/Skill Typing Test for Assistant posts can check their result available on the official website of Gujarat High

Bullet train: SC agrees to hear farmers’ pleas against land acquisition.

Source – business-standard.com The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to examine a batch of pleas filed by farmers against the Gujarat High Court verdict which had dismissed their petitions challenging the process of land acquisition for the ambitious Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project.The bullet train project was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe in September 2017. The train

Nithyananda ashram case: Two ‘missing’ women file affidavit from 4th country.

Source – indianexpress.com An affidavit attested by the Indian High Commission at Kingston, Jamaica, was filed on Thursday at the Gujarat High Court (HC) by the two women who allegedly went missing from self-styled godman Nithyananda’s ashram. Their father, Janardhana Sharma, had filed a habeas corpus petition in November 2019, seeking the custody of his daughters.

Gujarat: Petitioners challenge board resolution that led to downsizing at Ahmedabad’s VS Hospital.

Source – indianexpress.com The petition at the Gujarat High Court challenging the VS Hospital downsizing was allowed a draft amendment to the petition on Friday so as to challenge the very resolution that led to the downsizing of the charitable hospital. The resolution was passed by the board of the hospital on December 17, 2018