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News Brief | March 2014

Govt to set up coal regulator via executive order or edict

The government is to set up a regulator for the coal mining industry through an executive order-or an edict-as the pertinent legislation is unlikely to be passed in parliament's last session that has been stalled by logjam over Telengana and other issues. This would, however, be a non-statutory regulator and lack the legislative teeth envisaged in the Coal Regulatory Authority Bill 2012. In other words, the regulator's word won't be mandatory but advisory in nature. The regulator would also lack powers and functions, such as settling disputes over coal quality, that are currently vested with the Coal Controller under present law.
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