Which case is also known as the Dehradun valley litigation?
An outcome of the Dehradun Valley litigation was the ARC Cement Case. ARC Cement operated a cement factory in the valley since November, 1982 until restrained by an order of the court. The company employed about 400 persons.
What is the result of PIL that is applied in Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra vs State of UP Mcq?
Explanation: In the area of environmental protection, PIL has proved to be an effective tool. In Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra vs. State of Uttar Pradesh. The Supreme Court prohibited the continuance of mining operations terming it to be adversely affecting the environment.
Which is popularly known as Doon Valley case?
State of Uttar Pradesh(1985), popularly known as the Doon Valley Case, where a group of citizens wrote to the Supreme Court against the progressive mining which denuded the Mussoorie Hills of trees and forest cover and accelerated soil erosion resulting in landslides and blockage of underground water channels which …
What is right to wholesome environment?
Right to a wholesome environment in a nutshell: Further, Section 2 of the environmental (protection) Act, 1986 provides that the basic environmental element includes air, water, land, humans and all other creatures. Besides, the term wholesome environment connotes the healthy and harmless standard of human habitat.
Which of the following is popularly known as Doon Valley case?
Which case was pronounced by the court as the first case of its kind in the country involving issues relating to environment and ecological balance?
Dehradun Quarrying Case
State, AIR 1988 SC 2187 (Popularly known as Dehradun Quarrying Case). It is the first case of this kind in India, involving issues relating to environment and ecological balance in which Supreme Court directed to stop the excavation (illegal mining) under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.
What is Article 48A Class 11?
Article 48A of the Constitution of India provides that “the State shall endeavour to protect and improve the environment and to safeguard the forests and wildlife of the country”.
In which case did the Supreme Court of India evolved the new principle of Labour environmental jurisprudence for protection of an ancient monument?
Taj Mahal case: M.C. In December 1996, the Indian Supreme Court delivered a historic judgment.
What is Article 48A the ailing planet?
Article 48A it states that the state should guard and improve the forest and the wildlife as well. But they do not impose the law appropriately. Then the writer refers to a Parliamentary committee report that says the decline of a forest at the frequency of 3.7 million acres every single year.
Why is the chapter named the ailing planet?
Ans. Due to the insensitive exploitation by humans for their survival and development, the earth has lost almost all its vital resources. With drying rivers, depleted and polluted environment and deteriorated forests and greenery, the earth is now breathing hard for its survival and thus it is an ailing planet.
Which of the following case is famous as the Forest case?
Godavarman Thirumulpad v. Union of India
Godavarman Thirumulpad v. Union of India [WP (Civil) No. 202 of 1995], the Supreme Court left behind the conventional role of an interpreter of the law and took over various roles such as of the administrator, lawmaker and policymaker. This landmark case is also known as ‘the Forest Case in India’.