Sanjay Sen (Senior Advocate) sets the context for the present three-part essay series called ‘Regulating India’ in this introductory essay. The author traces the exponential growth of tribunals in India and gives an overview of the unsettled issues presented by tribunals.
The second essay in the three-part Regulating India essay series examines the legal foundation on which tribunals stand. The author argues that the inherent breakdown of the separation of power doctrine in tribunals and the soft approach of Indian courts regarding this disqualification has severely undermined their legal integrity.
The third and final essay in the three-part Regulating India essay series discusses the public law concerns that emerge from vesting legislative, executive and judicial powers in the same body, namely Tribunals.
How the pandemic may -or may not – benefit the environment and what have governments and important institutions been doing in this crisis?
How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the functioning of courts and justice delivery in India?