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Sep 14 2012 (HC)

Aswini Hospital Pvt. Ltd Vs. Intelligence Officer

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Sep-14-2012

..... be turnover in respect of such goods. 11. a comparative analysis of the provisions contained in the kgst act which were considered by this court in prs hospital's case and the aforesaid corresponding provisions of the kvat act show that the statutory provisions remain the same although the kgst act has been replaced by the kvat act. therefore, the principles laid down by this court ..... hospitals and compel them to take registration under the act. as a consequence, petitioners are also seeking to quash the notices, and other proceedings issued ..... to declare that hospitals are not liable to take registration and pay tax under the act for the supply of medicines and other items meant for treatment. the second prayer, which was urged as an alternative one, is to declare that section 6 of the act and the corresponding rules are ultra vires and unconstitutional to the extent it seek to impose tax on ..... involve buying and selling, is no reason to hold that the hospital is a dealer since the hospital is not engaged in any business within the meaning of section 2(vi) of the kgst act. it was argued that the predominant object of a hospital is not to do business and the various services rendered in the hospital are non business activities .....

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Jul 06 2012 (HC)

Dr. Boney Baiju Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-06-2012

..... candidates have to choose the "most appropriate response" from the given four options and mark the letter corresponding to the chosen answer and darken the bubble corresponding to that letter in the omr answer sheet. 30. vehement arguments have been made by the petitioners ..... p4. 11. the substantial contention raised by the petitioners is that there should be a just and proper assessment of comparative merits of candidates and an evaluation based on wrong answer key will deprive the chance for meritorious candidates to get proper ..... counselling through the process of video conferencing. 8. the dghs shall file report within three months on the aspect of section 10-a seats being subjected to 15 per cent all india quota and about the increase of the quota from 15 per ..... medical council of india. the ranking obtained by the petitioners and other disqualified candidates are given in para 14 as a chart. the petitioner in w.p.(c) no.10816/2012 had obtained rank as 8411 and one of the petitioners in ..... decisions relied on are: state of kerala and another v. rafia rahim (1978 klt 369), kanpur university v. samir gupta and others {(1983) 4 scc 309}, siraj v. high court of kerala (2006 (2) klt 923 - sc) and sanchit bansal and another v. ..... of india, state government, universities, medical council of india or dental council of india and the colleges concerned. they shall act in tandem and strictly as per the prescribed schedule. in other words, there should be complete harmonisation with a view to .....

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