Show Duration Irrelevant: Bombay High Court upholds Rs. 71 Lac Entertainment Duty Demand on FPGI for APSARA Awards, 2006 [Read Order]

The scope of "entertainment" had always encompassed performances and exhibitions, irrespective of the amendment year, the bench observed
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The Bombay High Court upheld the demand order of the Maharashtra government to collect Rs. 71 Lakhs as entertainment duty from the Film & Television Producers Guild of India ( FPGI ) for organising the APSARA Awards in 2006. The court ordered the FPGI to pay Rs. 71,87,500 in entertainment duty, but struck down the…

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