Base Erosion and Profit Sharing is a strategy of tax avoidance in which the taxpayer makes an arrangement to shift profits from high tax countries to lower ones. The non-uniformity of rules in different jurisdiction creates a gap which is utilised by the taxpayers to minimize the tax payment which the jurisdiction would be entitled to receive. After the arrival of the report, OECD members and G20 countries formulated a BEPS Action Plan. To give effect and implement the plan, the countries went ahead and on each item a report was prepared called BEPS Action Reports. The endeavour in the present paper is to analyse the plan in the light of requirement of adequate tax framework in the international tax system. To accomplish this, the researcher would initially understand the compelling reasons to bring BEPS into action. For this, the Pre-BEPS era is described then there is brief discussion on action plans. Further to this, the researcher attempts to analyse the short-coming and appraisals of the introduced plan. The researcher also describes the position of India in implementation of the BEPS Action Plan. The researcher has also presented certain arguments in relation to different impacts of BEPS on developing and developed nations. Also, in the contemporary time, the BEPS Action Plan implementation has suffered with many set-backs. Hence, the researcher has attempted to present certain recommendations to tackle the emerging issues.