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Income Tax Bar Association organises seminar in Kolkata

Income Tax Bar Association organises seminar in Kolkata

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 29 Jun 2019, 09:52 pm

Kolkata, June 29 (IBNS): The Income Tax Bar Association, Calcutta organised a seminar here last week. The theme of the seminar was emerging landscapes in Direct Taxes.

Justice Pinaki Chandra Ghose, Chairperson- Lokpal inaugurated the seminar. Justice Indira Banerjee, Judge Supreme Court of India was the chief guest and Justice Dr. S. Murlidhar, Judge Delhi High Court, was speaker in the first technical session, who spoke on the topic Tribunalization- A way forward.

The technical sessions of the seminar were chaired by the Vice-Presidents of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, P. M. Jagtap and N.V. Basudevan. Speakers who spoke at the seminar were Samaradirya Pal, Senior Advocate, Calcutta High Court, and Justice Dr. S. Murlidhar, Judge Delhi High Court in the first technical Session, R.P. Agarwalla, Senior Advocate, Gauhati High Court and J. P. Kaitan, Senior Advocate, Calcutta High Court in the second technical Session and Jb. S. M. Ashraf Vice Chairman, Income Tax Settlement Commission, Kolkata and B. D. Gupta, Member Income Tax Settlement Commission, Kolkata in the third technical Session.

Soumitra Choudhury (Chairman of the seminar committee) also spoke on the occasion. Other office bearers of the Bar Association, actively participated were
Himadri Mukherjee (Secretary), Makhan Chandra Halder (Vice President), Anup Kumar Ghosh [Vice President), Manoj Kataruka (Jt. Secretary), Narendra Kedia (Treasurer) and other executive committee members, Dipankar Basu, Sapan Kumar Ray, Tapas Kumar Jana, Sidhartha Ray, Paban Kumar Ray and Md. Mosaraff Hossain.

Income Tax Bar Association, Calcutta is the oldest Income Tax Bar in the country having been established in the year 1924 by legendary advocates Late Shyamlal Sarkar and Late Bhut Nath Kar.

Income Tax Bar Association organises seminar in Kolkata

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