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TDS u/s 192 or 194J - The difference between this clause in two types of agreements itself goes to prove that doctors who are engaged on retainership basis are not the servants of the assessee since they are allowed to do whatever they want except joining the similar business while other doctors who are on the pay roll of the assessee are debarred from doing any other activity apart from that of the assessee - Tri

Income Tax - TDS u/s 192 or 194J - The difference between this clause in two types of agreements itself goes to prove that doctors who are engaged on retainership basis are not the servants of the ass .....

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