ENVIRONMENTAL LAW IN INDIA – PART II – B

The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 The Act provides for the prevention and control of water pollution and maintenance and restoration of wholesomeness of water. It establishes a Central Pollution Control Board at the national level and State Pollution Control Boards in every state in order to administer and implement the Act. Before the establishment of an industry de....


ENVIRONMENTAL LAW IN INDIA – PART II-A

In a three-part series of articles the author analyses the development of environmental law in India during different periods. The first part dealt with the evolution and development of environmental jurisprudence during ancient and medieval periods and during British rule in India. This second part throws light on the environmental legal framework since independence till date. The third part of t....

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW IN INDIA – PART I

In a three-part series of articles the author analyses the development of environmental law in India during different periods. The first part deals with the evolution and development of environmental jurisprudence during ancient and medieval periods and during British rule in India. The second part will throw light on the environmental legal framework since independence to date. The third part of ....

CAVE PAINTING AT ARMAMALAI – AN UNPROTECTED HISTORIC ROCK ART SITE

Rock art is an excellent example of pre-historic and historic man's creative thinking. It is a book of valuable historic events in the form of pictures. It has little resemblance with the present tribal art styles.  Research in this area is essential for archaeological and ethnological studies. It gives us an idea about the social life of the people who drew these paintings. According to S. K. P....