In this post, the author aims to highlight the issues concerning urban water supply in India, and further analyze the working of PPP models in the water supply sector. In doing so, the author would also focus upon the regulation of PPPs in India, and argue for the enactment of a specific PPP legislation.
In this article, Sakshi Sohoni (Fellow at Teach For India, Pune) evaluates the impact of the Right to Education Act, 2009 on public school teaching. She draws from her own experience in the classroom and highlights practical problems such as teacher training and parent participation in the implementation of a comprehensive education policy.
In the 13th episode of TCLF One-on-One, Ms. Nehaa Chaudhari talks about legal and policy intricacies of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019, commercial implications of privacy and data protection around the world and much more.
In this article, the authors critically analyse India’s tryst with protectionism in the aftermath of Covid-19 pandemic. While doing so, they highlight that this is a significant shift from India’s stance on globalisation and argue that such a protectionist policy is a lost opportunity for India.
In this post, the author holistically deals with the policy and legal framework relating to emission standards in India. Further, the author highlights the importance of the recently enforced BS-VI standard in ensuring sustainability, along with some recommendations on creating a balance between health and economic interests.