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The Indian Forest Act, 1927 – An Overview

Introduction The Indian Forest Act is a consolidation of laws relating to forests, which aims to regulate forest produce, and enumerates the duty leviable on timber and other forest produces. The Act was first passed in 1865 and hence amended …

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Public Trust Doctrine In Environmental Law

Introduction Public Trust Doctrine (PTD) is a doctrine that governs the management of natural resources and the environment. It is an ancient doctrine having its root in Roman law. It acts as a public property doctrine by limiting the government’s …

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Bhopal Gas Tragedy – Case Study And Legal Consequences

Introduction: The industrial manufacturing sector is pivotal for the buoyancy of the Indian economy. Since this production sector extended its hands to facilitate economic sustainability, it has branched with diversified industries indulged and engaged in manufacturing automobiles, pieces of machinery, …

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Right To Wholesome Environment As A Fundamental Right

Introduction: The well-being of a person and the environment where he lives are highly correlated. The catena of gas leaks latest of Visakhapatnam, Delhi’s air quality, and prevailing water scarcity in the majority of Indian cities has become the environmental …

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