The present briefing note tests the sufficiency of the current legal and policy framework to deal with India’s growing water poverty and makes recommendations to the statutory framework.
On 24th July 2020, SOLPO Research organized a webinar on Tribunals and associated challenges. The speakers were Mr. C.S. Vaidyanathan (Senior Advocate), Mr. V.P. Raja (Former Chairman, Maharashtra Electricity Regulatory Commission) and Mr. Tathagata Satpathy (Editor, Dharitri Newspaper and Former M.P. (Lok Sabha)). The webinar was moderated by Mr. Sanjay Sen (SOLPO Research).
This note examines the legislative, procedural and institutional issues and challenges that exist in the overall architecture of Tribunals and Regulatory bodies in India.
Whether the proposed Electricity Contract Enforcement Agency to be created in the draft Electricity Act (Amendment) Bill 2020 can lawfully sit within the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission? What should be the minimum safeguards that are required for ensuring that the scheme does not fall foul of the law laid down by the Supreme Court?
A brief summary of decisions of the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity and the Supreme Court of India, for the period from October to December 2019.
Our initial comments in response to the draft Electricity (Amendment) Bill, 2020 released by the Ministry of Power on April 17, 2020.
A brief summary of decisions of the Appellate Tribunal for Electricity and the Supreme Court of India, for the period from January to September 2019