India
PTI | 8-Aug-2016
The government on Monday said it has framed the model Bilateral Investment Treaty to minimise Cairn Energy type of dispute which has resulted in demand for compensation of $5.6 billion from India.
The Citizen | 3-Aug-2016
India is again in the limelight of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). An international tribunal has penalised the country earlier this week with a monetary compensation estimated at one billion dollars.
The Hindu | 28-Jul-2016
The arbitration setback for India does not come as a surprise, given the shenanigans. But reputational concerns arise.
The TImes of India | 27-Jul-2016
India has lost its arbitration case in an international tribunal against the Bengaluru-based Devas Multimedia Private Ltd. for cancelling the space/satellite contract with the government-owned Antrix Corporation.
Financial Express | 22-Jul-2016
US ambassador to India Richard Verma recently said ‘things have become a bit more difficult’ after India revised the BIT text
Madhyam | 20-Jul-2016
As part of ongoing initiatives towards restructuring its bilateral investment treaty regime, Indii aims to minimize the possibility of arbitral tribunals interpreting the treaty provisions vastly different from what the contracting parties originally had in mind.
The Wire | 18-Jul-2016
India is seeking to terminate BITs signed with 57 countries and sign joint interpretative statements with the other 25 treaty states – all an outcome of the country’s new model BIT.
The Economic Times | 13-Jul-2016
Cairn Plc has claimed compensation of $5.6 billion from India in legal proceedings against the retrospective tax demand.
The Indian Express | 11-Jul-2016
The notifications, issued earlier this year, effectively let governments know they have 12 months to broker new treaties before the old ones expire.
Domain-b | 28-Jun-2016
The new model text on the basis of which India is negotiating its Bilateral Investment Treaties (BIT) is making it difficult for America to hold bilateral talks on the proposed India-US BIT

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