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Delhi High Court upholds eviction order, asks AJL to vacate Herald House

The Delhi High Court ordered the publisher of the Congress mouthpiece, National Herald, to vacate Herald House in ITO in New Delhi.

AJL transferred shares to Young India: Centre

Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing for AJL, argued that the first inspection notice was given on September 6, 2016 and the allegation of no press activity at the premises was made the first time in June 2018.

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National Herald case: CBDT issues fresh circular for clarifying stance

The latest circular states the Board has made a “comprehensive review” related to interpretation of the word “receives” used in Section 56(2)(viia) of the Income-tax Act.

National Herald case: Won’t take step to vacate AJL premises till case in HC, says Centre

A single judge bench of the high court had asked the Associated Journals Ltd’s (AJL), the publisher of the National Herald newspaper, to move out of the premises within two weeks.

National Herald case: Delhi High Court to hear AJL appeal on January 16

A bench of Chief Justice Rajendra Menon and Justice V K Rao fixed the matter for next week due to non-availability of arguing counsel from both sides.

National Herald case: AJL files appeal in HC against single judge order to vacate Delhi premises

In its order, the single judge had said that AJL has been "hijacked" by Young Indian (YI), in which Congress chief Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi are shareholders.

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Rahul should look media in the eye, answer Herald questions: Law minister

Ravi Shankar Prasad also referred to charges of corruption against Robert Vadra and alleged that the Congress has developed a new business model of scams and irregularities in which a few lakhs are invested to acquire assets worth several crores.

Setback for Cong, HC asks Herald publisher to vacate premises

The court observed that a major portion of the “subject premises” has been rented out and petitioners’ newspaper, which was to be housed originally in the basement and ground floor, has now been shifted to the top floor with hardly any “press activity”.

National Herald publisher has two weeks to vacate Delhi premises: High Court

Justice Sunil Gaur directed the Associated Journals Ltd to vacate the premises in two weeks, failing which the Public Premises (Eviction of Unauthorized Occupants) proceedings will be initiated against them.

National Herald case: Supreme Court allows I-T Dept to continue tax reassessment of Sonia and Rahul Gandhi

The probe against the Congress leaders stems from an investigation into a complaint filed by BJP’s Subramanian Swamy before a trial court in connection with the National Herald case. The next date of hearing is January 8, 2019.

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National Herald case: ‘Delighted’ Swamy says court will summon ministries

New delhi, Jan 11 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Subramanian Swamy on Monday said the court will soon send summons to the ministries having documents related to the National Herald case. He informed that the court would send summons to Income Tax (IT), Enforcement Directorate (ED), Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Finance Ministry, Registrar of Companies and Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in connection with this case.

No Relief For Sonia, Rahul In National Herald Case; The Issue Paralyses Parliament

The Delhi High Court’s scathing observation in the National Herald case that the conduct of Congress office-bearers “smacks of criminality” focuses attention on key questions that the party will have to address — legally and politically. One, why should Young Indian, majority (76 per cent) owned by Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi, be assigned The […]

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