Category: Karnataka High Court

HC strikes down ‘no confidence motion’ against co-op society office-bearers

Source: newindianexpress.com BENGALURU: While striking down sub-rule (11) of Rule 14-AKK of Karnataka Cooperative Societies Rules, the Karnataka High Court said that office bearer of cooperative societies should vacate the office if resolution expressing want of confidence is passed with 2/3rd of the total number of elected directors in a meeting specially convened for no-confidence

Karnataka High Court allows rape survivor to abort her 21-week-old foetus

Source: scroll.in The Karnataka High Court allowed a rape survivor to terminate her 21-week-old foetus, Live Law reported on Tuesday. The court directed the Vani Vilas hospital in Bengaluru to carry out the termination of pregnancy. It also asked the investigating officer in the case to preserve the foetus and carry out DNA test. “District medical board

Bengaluru Urban DC moves High Court seeking CBI probe

source:thehindu.com He questions constitution of SIT when new ordinance on unregulated schemes mandates CBI investigation Deputy Commissioner of Bengaluru District (Urban) B.M. Vijayshankar, who was arrested by the Special Investigation Team (SIT) for allegedly taking a bribe of ₹1.5 crore for sending a favourable report about I Monetary Advisory (IMA) Group, moved the High Court

High Courts withdraw relief to 27 compulsorily retired tax officials

Source: businesstoday.in Two high courts have refused to give relief to tax officials compulsorily retired by the government on serious charges of misconduct. Earlier this month, the government had invoked Section 56(j) of Fundamental Rules to compulsorily retire 15 officials dealing with indirect taxes and 12 officials of the income tax department over allegations of

Karnataka High Court quashes Income Tax Notices against Infosys [Read Judgment]

Source: taxscan.in In a big relief IT giant Infosys, the Karnataka High Court has quashed Income Tax Notices against Infosys Limited. The Petitioner has challenged the proceedings initiated by the respondent under Section 147 r/w section 148 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 relating to the assessment years 2004-05, 2005-06 and 2006-07. The Petitioner contended