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SC rules in taxpayers' favour in software royalty case; ends two-decade old dispute

SC says there is no obligation on a person to deduct tax at source, as the end-user licence agreements in these cases do not create any interest or right in such end-users, which would amount to the use of or right to use any copyright

Jio, Airtel aggressive bids stun industry

The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) managed to sell airwaves worth Rs 77,814 crore, which is about 20 per cent of the amount (Rs 3.9 lakh crore) that the department wanted to generate from these auctions

Economic recovery lost steam in Jan-Feb: Axis Bank

Axis Bank says that leading and concurrent high frequency indicators are showing signs of plateauing at about 3 per cent below pre-lockdown levels, which is a cause for worry

COVID-19 vaccine: UK to get 10 million doses of AstraZeneca jab from India

"The UK has ordered 100 million doses of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 vaccine, of which 10 million doses will come from the Serum Institute of India," a UK government spokesperson told Reuters

Legal battle in UK, recovering assets around world - how ED proceeded in Nirav Modi extradition trial

The UK courts relied heavily on evidence furnished by the ED. Modi had been charged with money laundering, destruction of evidence and illegal businesses via shell companies

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