Eshanee Bhattacharya

Eshanee is practicing in the areas of Corporate Commercial, Insolvency and Securities Law. She is an alumnus of the National Institute of Securities Markets. (MNLU Mumbai)

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Corporate Governance vis-à-vis Indian Laws

The method through which firms are directed and governed is known as corporate governance. The governance of their companies is the responsibility of their boards of directors. The responsibility of the shareholders in governance is to appoint the directors and auditors, as well as to ensure that a suitable governance framework is in place. The board’s tasks include… Read More »

Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement: Meaning and Conceptual Understanding

This article titled ‘Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement: Meaning and Conceptual Understanding.’ is written by Eshanee Bhattacharya and discusses the double taxation avoidance agreement. I. Meaning and Conceptual Understanding The Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (DTAA) is a tax treaty signed by two or more nations to assist taxpayers in avoiding double taxation on the same income. When a person is… Read More »

Input Tax Credit in India

The primary goal of introducing input tax credit under GST is to reduce the effect of cascading taxation that existed under the prior VAT regime. Input Tax Credit in India Since 2017, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been regarded as one of the most significant tax reforms in India. GST combines all of the country’s indirect……...

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Justice Dipak Misra: Life, Work and Achievements

This article titled ‘Justice Dipak Misra: Life, Work and Achievements.’ is written by Eshanee Bhattacharya and discusses the life, work and achievements of Justice Dipak Misra. I. Early Life of Justice Dipak Misra Justice Dipak Misra was born on October 3, 1953, and is an Indian Judge who served as the country’s 45th Chief Justice from August 28, 2017,… Read More »

Justice RF Nariman: The Liberal Lion of the Indian Supreme Court

This article titled ‘Justice RF Nariman: The Liberal Lion of the Indian Supreme Court.’ is written by Eshanee Bhattacharya and discusses the life, achievements and works of RF Nariman. “The fact that we can write dissent today is a great matter, you finish one judgment and then there are three others. It is not that people don’t dissent.… Read More »

Justice HR Khanna- On a Fearless Pillar of the Judiciary

This article titled ‘Justice HR Khanna- On a Fearless Pillar of the Judiciary’ is written by Eshanee Bhattacharya and discusses the life, works and contributions of Justice H.R Khanna. I. Introduction If the Indian constitution is our heritage bequeathed to us by our founding fathers, no less are we, the people of India, the trustees and custodians of the… Read More »

Justice Fathima Beevi: From the Bench of India’s First Woman Judge in The Supreme Court of India

This article titled ‘Justice Fathima Beevi: From the Bench of India’s First Woman Judge in The Supreme Court of India’ is written by Eshanee Bhattacharya and reflects on the legacy of Justice Fathima Beevi.  I. Introduction In the corridors of Justice where gender equality and gender representation is silenced by patriarchy, Justice Fathima Beevi, shattered the glass ceiling by… Read More »

Rights of a Muslim Woman in Today’s World

This article by Eshanee Bhattacharya focuses on the Rights of a Muslim Woman in Today’s World. Read it only at Legal Bites. I. Introduction The three wheels of the international forum are LPG – Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization. These three phenomena have dramatically changed the lives of both men and women around the globe. Rapid social change, higher……...

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Applicability of the CPC provisions in consonance with the Commercial Courts Act 2015

I. Introduction The Indian Judiciary is burdened with lakhs and lakhs of pending cases and the Government, both Central & State governments are bringing various amendments and enactments so as to reduce the burden on courts and to facilitate speedy settlement of disputes and claims. The Amendments to the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, (“CPC”) and the enactment……...

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