Today's Indian Express contains a news item about the Kishanganga Arbitration Dispute under the Indus Water Treaty 1960 between India and Pakistan. According to the news report, a team consisting of about ten people led by jurist Fali S. Nariman would work from the Indian side on the dispute. The newsreport also states that Pakistan's prime strategy for now would be to get an interim order to stop the dam construction work in the hearings that would start from this month. If Pakistan gets an interim order, it would, according to the said news item prevent India from taking up work in connection with the project. We'll keep the readers posted on the developments in this case.
It may be noted that Pakistan had, earlier, objected to the construction of the Baghlihar Hydel Project on River Chenab in the State of J & K. A dispute arose between both countries. The Baghlihar dispute was referred to a neutral expert under the aegis of the World Bank and within the framework of the Indus Water Treaty 1960. Professor Raymond Lafitte, from Switzerland, was the neutral expert. India was represented by Fali S. Nariman and Mr. Shankar Das (both are representing India in the Kishanganga dispute too) In the said dispute, the neutral expert decided in India's favour. Logistical support and co-ordination was provided by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.The executive summary of the expert determination can be accessed from here.
P.S. Readers may point out if there are exhaustive works (articles/ books) on the Indus Water Treaty 1960 and the disputes under it. A very contemporary area for an LLM/ MPhil dissertation.