This PPT talks about the services rendered outside the Territorial waters and the Service Tax applicability on the same. Under the International Law, recent developments have shown that the territory of a country, for exercising their jurisdictional rights and internal laws, has been extended to the Continental shelf and the Exclusive Economic Zones. But the rights given to the coastal country are limited and restricted. When compared with the previous notification passed by the Central Government, now the service tax will be charged irrespective of the area being designated or non-designated in the EEZ and the Continental shelf. This paper will analyse the implementations of the new amended notification. It will also compare the new notification with the other notifications of the Customs & Excise Act and Income Tax Act for drawing an extent of the applicability of the act to the territory of India, whether or not Service Tax can be charged for an area outside the territorial waters.