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SC refuses to entertain PIL in Vodafone case

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to entertain a PIL seeking direction to the Centre to recover around Rs 20,000 crore tax dues from UK telecom major Vodafone and to restrain the government from going ahead with arbitration on the issue.

SC rejects PIL seeking recovery of Vodafone tax dues

The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to entertain a PIL seeking direction to Centre
to recover Rs 21,000 crore from Vodafone.

FinMin appoints RC Lahoti as arbitrator in Vodafone tax case

The Cabinet had approved the conciliation with Vodafone in June last year in a bid to resolve the capital gains tax dispute related to its 2007 acquisition of Hutchison Whampoa's stake in Hutchison Essar.

Govt appoints RC Lahoti as arbitrator in Vodafone tax case

The government on Tuesday appointed former Chief Justice of India RC Lahoti as arbitrator in Vodafone tax case.

Vodafone conciliation talks fail; govt to withdraw offer

The Finance Ministry has floated a draft Cabinet note in this regard, sources said, adding the law ministry has backed termination of the conciliation proceedings with Vodafone.

Vodafone tax dispute: Govt to withdraw offer for conciliation

Government has decided to withdraw its conciliation proposal to sort out the tax dispute with the UK-based Vodafone.

Vodafone gets new Rs 3,000 crore tax demand; court orders stay

The Bombay High Court on Thursday stayed a new income tax demand of Rs 3,000 crore on Vodafone India Services in an alleged transfer-pricing case from 2010-11.

No resolution to Vodafone tax dispute; DTC, GST still in limbo

Besides Vodafone, several other major MNCs like Nokia and Shell too were locked in tax dispute with the revenue department.

Cabinet may consider Vodafone tax issue next week: Chidambaram

Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Thursday said the Cabinet is likely to take a view on the Rs 11,200-crore Vodafone tax case next week.

Govt has assured us of a level-playing field: Vodafone

Vodafone, which faces a possible tax on its 2008 deal, today said it has been assured of a "level playing field" by the government and asked to stay invested in the country.

Parliament's right to amend laws supreme: FM on Vodafone case

Winding up a debate on Finance Bill in the Rajya Sabha, Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee said Parliament is omnipotent and has right to change any provision of the Constitution.

Fin Min hits back, says Vodafone was aware of tax liability

The Finance Ministry hit back at Vodafone's claim that it was not told of the tax liability on the Hutchison deal, saying that the British telecom giant was provided a copy of the notice.