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Seminar on tax audit in Mangalore

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MANGALORE: The Mangalore branch of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India will conduct a seminar on `Tax audit, and an update on penalties in income tax law' in Mangalore on Saturday.

A press release by the Institute said that Mr Charanthimath from Hubli and Mr N. Nityananda from Bangalore (both chartered accountants), would deliver lectures on the occasion.

Nearly 250 delegates are likely to attend the seminar, the release added.

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