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Jan 06, 2016
Obituary: Even a fracture couldn't keep workaholic Justice SH Kapadia away from workFormer Chief Justice of India (CJI) S H Kapadia passed away on Monday night. We need to mourn his death but celebrate his life.
Aug 02, 2012
Vodafone tax deal may drive Indian markets todayLooks like P Chidambaram has started off with a bang. There are reports of a tax deal with Vodafone, which if confirmed could revive investor sentiment.
May 01, 2012
Is Vodafone ready to blink in tax dispute with govt?There are signs that Vodafone may be ready to compromise with the government in its tax dispute. What gives?
Apr 24, 2012
Fin Secy's poser: Did Voda offer to take on Hutch's tax dues?The finance secretary has hinted that Vodafone may have offered to take on Hutchison's tax burden and got a lower price for this reason.
Apr 23, 2012
Tax case: Vodafone wants to eat its cake and have it tooCan Vodafone argue that India can't tax a Cayman Islands deal, and then say the same deal is covered by an investment protection treaty?
Apr 23, 2012
Should finmin be run by FM or FIIs and foreign dalals?Why do the finance ministry and the PMO spend more time propitiating foreign investors when they contribute just about 10 percent of our savings?
Apr 21, 2012
Voda case is less about right and more about mightMany have questioned the morality of a retrospective law to tax Vodafone, but ultimately the question is: does India have the global muscle to pull it off?
Apr 19, 2012
Is Vodafone barking up the wrong tree on arbitration?Vodafone, which has sent the government a notice on a law that is still to be passed, seems to have jumped the gun on arbitration.
Apr 10, 2012
The Voda tax: Why India can't be a pushover in taxationRetrospective taxation may be bad. But there is simply too much revenue at stake for India to play softball on tax issues anymore
Apr 02, 2012
Tax changes: No more foreign investment for India?International trade groups have warned Manmohan Singh that new taxation proposals by the UPA have led foreign businesses to reconsider their investments.