Bombay HC upholds Rs. 71.87L Entertainment Duty on FPGI for APSARA Awards 2006, Deletes 100% Penalty Imposed [Read Order]

The definition of "entertainment" is inclusive, covering exhibitions, performances, etc., indicating that the function organized by the petitioner falls within its scope, irrespective of whether it is temporary or permanent
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The Bombay High Court upheld the entertainment duty of Rs.71,87,500/- imposed on the Film & Television Producers Guild f India ( FPGI ) for APSARA Awards, 2006, deleting the 100% penalty imposed by the appellate authority. Justices KR Shriram and Jitendra Jains upheld the entertainment duty of Rs. 71,87,500/- imposed and confirmed by the Appellate…

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