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Month: October 2018

GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST): THE CONCEPT, ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

By- Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma, Assistant Professor of Law, RGNUL Indian Constitutional scheme of federal provincial relations makes a demarcation of taxing powers of the federal and provincial governments. As per original the Indian Scheme of federal-fiscal relations, direct taxes are mainly levied by the Union whereas Indirect taxes were levied by the Union and the…
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IMPACT OF GST ON REAL ESTATE

By- Desiree Ann Fernandes, 4th year, BBA LLB (HONS.), Alliance University, Bangalore Introduction The night of 1st July 2017 proved to be a revolutionary night for the Indian Tax system, with the roll out of the long-awaited Model GST laws. It is estimated to positively enhance India’s attraction as an investment destination. The Real estate…
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THE CURIOUS CASE OF “COMPOSITE SUPPLY” UNDER GST

By- Krishna Thej, Associate, PwC, and Prerit Goyal, Advocate, Rajasthan High Court India’s GST law is effective in full force. It is path-breaking, or atleast touted to be, in the sense that it helps businesses to do away with the need of paying different taxes on different ‘taxable events’ under different indirect tax laws and allows…
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GOODS AND SERVICES TAX (GST): THE ROAD NOT TAKEN

By- AkshitaSaxena, 4th Year, BA LLB(HONS.), Symbiosis Law School, Noida Introduction With the roll of Goods and Service Tax (GST) from July, 2017 after a waitlist of 17 years [i], the revolutionary tax system has subsumed various indirect taxes to form one tax that will be levied on value addition to goods and services. It is…
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PRIVACY ON THE INTERNET IN INDIA: RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN

By – Chitransh Shrivastava, VIT School of Law Introduction In today’s world, dissemination of information has become quite easy with the advancement of the internet. News spreads across entire world within minutes. Procuring personal information or past records about an individual is no longer a herculean task. This circulation of information in a way infringes a person’s…
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PROTECTION OF TRADE SECRETS FROM ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE AND ITS CONFLICT WITH COMPETITIVE INTELLIGENCE

By- Anshuman Mishra, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab Espionage exists in various forms, the broadest classification being War-time espionage and Peace-time espionage. Economic Espionage falls under the gamut of the latter. In general terms, Economic Espionage is the unlawful or clandestine targeting or acquisition of sensitive financial, trade or economic policy information, proprietary economic information,…
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RIGHT TO PRIVACY AND SOCIAL MEDIA

By- Suprateek Neogi, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab I. Understanding Privacy The right to privacy is one of those many concepts of law whose abstract nature makes implementation of the same a complex task. The common saying “your liberty ends where my nose begins” is reflective of the layman’s interpretation of their right to…
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