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By Piyush Joshi, Telma Raju
On 10.10.2018, a division bench of the Supreme Court of India in its judgment in the matter of Radha Chemicals v Union of India, has clarified and reaffirmed that "the court while deciding a Section 34 (Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996) petition has no jurisdiction to remand the matter to the Arbitrator for a fresh decision".
By Piyush Joshi, Telma Raju
On 11.10.2018, a division bench of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India comprising of Justice R.F. Nariman and Justice Navin Sinha in the matter of B.K. Educational Services Private Limited v Parag Gupta And Associates, ...
By Piyush Joshi
The takeover has resulted in decision paralysis, IL&FS continues to be tied in debt, suffer from cash flow issues, defaulting on loan obligations, with the potential sale of assets stalled.
By RV Anuradha, Trishna Menon
The approval of the National Digital Communications Policy, 2018 (‘NDCP' or ‘Policy') by the Cabinet on September 26, 2018, replacing the National Telecom Policy 2012, is a key milestone in the telecom sector.
By RV Anuradha, Trishna Menon
The 2015 World Trade Report estimates that full implementation of trade facilitation efforts, such as simplifying paperwork, modernizing procedures and harmonizing customs requirements, ..
By RV Anuradha
The "national security" exception is a preserve for sovereign power which finds a place in the 1947 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, and practically all subsequent trade agreements, but has never been tested in a trade dispute.
By RV Anuradha, Prithviraj Chauhan
Investments made by foreign investors is addressed as a subject matter India has several bilateral investment agreements in place; and investment is also covered as an integral part of India's comprehensive economic partnership agreements ..
By Piyush Joshi
Several gas-based power plants were built on government coaxing, but have since been stranded due to the arbitrary flip-flops in the allocation of gas for the sector by the government.
By Piyush Joshi
Apart from the basic flaw in treating the LIC as a piggybank, the idea has wider repercussions of spreading the contagion of NPAs into the largest life insurance company.
By Piyush Joshi
The failure of the attempted disinvestment of Air India that did not result in any takers and has since been "shelved", was publicly attributed to the condition that the government of India (GoI) would continue to hold 24 percent stake in the airline after disinvestment.
By RV Anuradha
It is a gross misunderstanding to consider that the WTO and multilateral trading rules curtail the policy space for incentivising the domestic industry.
By RV Anuradha
The General Data Protection Regulation sets down the minimum standards for processing of personal data of EU citizens, and strict conditions that need to be satisfied for any cross-border transfer of EU data.
By Piyush Joshi
For every $1 increase in crude oil prices, the impact on India is likely to be around $ 1 billion.
By Piyush Joshi
If the government intends to control the periodic decimation of the economy by cyclical increases in oil prices, it needs to adopt short-term (introduce differential pricing), medium-term (create a statutory oil price management fund) and long-term (shift from diesel to LNG/CNG) measures.
By RV Anuradha
The perspective and approach for a law or policy informs its contents. The much-awaited draft Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018 (PDP Bill), released by the 'Committee of Experts under the Chairmanship of Justice BN Srikrishna', appears to have approached the entire issue with good intentions, but coupled with a sense of suspicion of service providers, fear, and overwhelming deference to state power.