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There is a certain ambiguity and anxiety surrounding the newly proposed GST. Suddenly, the fundamentals of tax and taxation laws stand at the precipice of change. With such uncertainty, comes the uncertainty of admission. We are all told to reconsider, whom all fall under the term ‘taxable person’. The benefits or misgivings of the GST bill are still to be seen, but as citizens, we are required to readily educate ourselves about the laws that shall be applied upon us shortly. In our cover-article, we explain the composition levy under the GST, and it’s implications. Another issue in present day society, lies in the questionability of the power of the media. Freedom of press is vital to any democratic structure, yet with freed comes responsibility of equal magnitude. Censorship, pre-censorship and the existing tax on print media all come into question. We have included an article discussing the fine line, which falls between freedom and adherence to the prevailing law. Lastly, we have included a discussion on a rather surprising system of taxation prevalent in the country of Spain. In a time where renewable energy is the need of the hour, Spain taxes the production and distribution of solar energy in a way which seems warped. An article about the same discusses the pros and cons of such a system.

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