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I-T - Major relief for Shah Rukh Khan; Levy of penalty came to be relaxed as income from house property held by him in Dubai was held being not notionally taxable in India: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') BEPS Action 5 - Review - Four regimes asked to remove harmful tax practices (See ‘Brief’) TP - Safe Harbour Rules merits consideration, for purposes of computation of operating margin: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') DTAA - Mere charging of royalty from Indian franchise outlets for purpose of safeguarding the brand value, will not render Indian outlet as PE of the foreign principal company: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') TP - Non comparability of products manufactured by two companies even at a broad level, renders them unfit for comparison for purposes of benchmarking: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') I-T - Withholding tax liability can be attached to the payer while making payments to non-residents, only if such payments are chargeable to tax in India: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') TP - Departmental Representative cannot question selection of comparables made by TPO: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') TP - Mistake crept in order which is apparent on record, merits rectification by appropriate authority/forum upon being noticed: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') I-T - Corporate guarentee extended by Indian entity to its overseas AEs without charging any fees, are outside the ambit of international transaction: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') TP - Balance of convenience and relative hardship in favour of assessee, also merits interim stay in his favour: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') I-T - Mistaken name of authority in an order, merits rectification by replacement of correct name: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') DTAA - Consideration received by UK entity from customers in India towards offshore supply of software, cannot be charged to tax in India under I-T Act r/w India UK DTAA: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') I-T - Receipts in relation to prospecting or extraction of mineral oil, are liable for presumptive taxation u/s 44BB: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') TP - When draft assessment order passed by AO stood withdrawn upon objections raised before DRP u/s 144C, then appeal preferred against such order becomes infructuous: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') TP - ALP adjustment becomes indispensible on account of capacity utilization, where depreciation and idle capacity was affecting margins of assessee more than the comparables: ITAT (See 'Breaking News') I-T - Department should not levy unusual interest on assessee u/s 201(1A) for default in TDS obligation on foreign payments, without directing explanation from assessee: HC (See 'Breaking News') TP - Transfer pricing adjustment on account of unutillized capacity, merits consideration before proceeding to determine ALP in international transaction comprising of lease rent: ITAT (See 'Breaking )
 
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