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  1. Following incomes are treated as incomes deemed to have accrued or arisen in India:

    Capital gain arising on transfer of property situated in India.
    Income from business connection in India.
    Income from salary in respect of services rendered in India.
    Salary received by an Indian national from Government of India in respect of service rendered outside India. However, allowances and perquisites are exempt in this case.
    Income from any property, asset or other source of income located in India.
    Dividend paid by an Indian company.
    Interest received from Government of India.
    Interest received from a resident is treated as income deemed to have accrued or arisen in India in all cases, except where such interest is earned in respect of funds borrowed by the resident and used by resident for carrying on business/profession outside India or is in respect of funds borrowed by the resident and is used for earning income from any source outside India.
    Interest received from a non-resident is treated as income deemed to accrue or arise in India if such interest is in respect of funds borrowed by the non-resident for carrying on any business/profession in India.
    Royalty/fees for technical services received from Government of India.
    Royalty/fees for technical services received from resident is treated as income deemed to have accrued or arisen in India in all cases, except where such royalty/fees relates to business/profession/other source of income carried on by the payer outside India.
    Royalty/fees for technical services received from non-resident is treated as income deemed to have accrued or arisen in India if such royalty/fees is for business/profession/other source of income carried by the payer in India.

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