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About 18 results for "hutch essar"

Vodafone may move Hague court over tax mess
Financial Express

Vodafone may move Hague court over tax mess

India's tax dispute with Vodafone Plc regarding its purchase of Hutch Essar seven years ago is likely to reach the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in the Hague, Netherlands a few weeks from now, sources privy to the matter said, adding this ... Financial Express, 2 months ago

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The Hindu, 5 months ago

Ability to Buy Back Spectrum in Upcoming Auctions to Decide Vodafone's India Future: Marten Pieters

The sustainability of Vodafone's op-erations in India depends on its abil-ity to buy back spectrum in upcom-ing auctions in seven circles where its permits expire by March 2016, since the company doesn't have the fallback option it had in the case ...
 Communications Today1 week ago Auction to decide Voda India's future: MD | FM hints at junking retro-tax  Economic Times1 week ago Buying back spectrum in auctions to decide Voda's India future'  Economic Times1 week ago
Financial Express

Vodafone left to fight its Rs20,000 retro tax burden

Telecom major Vodafone will continue the international arbitration process in the Rs20,000-crore tax dispute after finance minister, after Arun Jaitley clarified that that the government has no plan to drop retrospective amendment in tax laws. ...
 Domain-B2 weeks ago Ex-CJI Lahoti, Fortier named arbiters in Vodafone case  Financial Express1 month ago Tax dispute: Vodafone officials meet Mayaram  Financial Express1 month ago
Financial Express

Small gains for small taxpayers, no big gains for big taxpayers

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley gave income tax relief to small tax payers and manufacturers but retained the 10% super rich tax on individuals and companies in addition to extending tax breaks to foreign portfolio investors, power producers and ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago

Restore sanctity of I-T Act, scrap double-taxation avoidance pacts

"A government that robs Peter to pay Paul, can always count on the support of Paul"-- George Bernard Shaw. Well, the UPA government certainly did a Peter to multinational companies operating in India by hiking withholding taxes from 10% to a good ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
Voice & Data

India Telecom Industry Highlights

July 1994 - CyberMedia starts Voice&Data, a telecom magazine to be the voice of the industry, alongwith the announcement of India's first National Telecom Policy. Obviuosly, the first choice for the formal launch was N Vittal, a visionary technocrat ...
 Voice & Data3 weeks ago
Telecom Tiger

Vodafone tax case is a litmus test for NDA government; Contrary to what lobbyists for the British telco say, allowing it to violate laws would hamper investment environment in India

Last week India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi warned its newly elected MPs and ministers not to come under influence of lobbyists. India's lobbyists are, however, undeterred. Even before the MPs took oath in the Parliament, the lobbyists had ...
 Telecom Tiger1 month ago

The four-billion dollar question

Allowing Vodafone to escape a tax demand in India would amount to subversion of law, argues BISHWAJIT BHATTACHARYYA As the rupee gains strength, signalling arrival of Mr. Narendra Modi, Vodafone's tax liability in acquisition of Hutch Essar exceeds ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
Financial Express

Narendra Modi formula: Less hawkish on direct taxes, tech-savvy to check evasion by cos

Two immediate steps the Narendra Modi-led NDA government is set to take in the area of taxation are ushering in a less hawkish direct tax administration and a technology-driven anti-evasion approach for indirect taxes. The new government is ...
 Financial Express2 months ago
Rediff.com

CBI can't file chargesheet against Marans in Maxis case yet

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) on Thursday told the Supreme Court there was a difference of opinion within the agency on whether or not there was enough evidence to file a chargesheet against those being investigated in the Aircel-Maxis telecom controversy. Former telecom minister Dayanidhi Maran, once a leading voice in the Dravida Munnettra Kazhagam (DMK) party, and his brother, tycoon Kalanithi Maran, are among key people being probed in this case. CBI also told the judges the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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