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M.C. Mehta v. Union of India, WP 182/1996 (2000.05.12) (Beas River Case)

M. C. Mehta

Vs

Kamal Nath and Others

Writ Petition (C) No. 182 of 1996

[S. SAGHIR AHMAD, J.]

12.05.2000

ORDER

This case, which was finally decided by this Court by its judgment dated December 13, 1996 has been placed before us for determination of the quantum of pollution fine. It may be stated that the main case was disposed of with the following directions:

1. The public trust doctrine, as discussed by us in this judgment is a part of the law of the land.

M.C. Mehta v. Kamal Nath, WP 182/1996 (2000.05.12) (Beas River Case: )

M. C. Mehta

v.

Kamal Nath and Others

Writ Petition (C) No. 182 of 1996

[S. SAGHIR AHMAD, J.]

12.05.2000

ORDER

This case, which was finally decided by this Court by its judgment dated December 13, 1996 has been placed before us for determination of the quantum of pollution fine. It may be stated that the main case was disposed of with the following directions:

1. The public trust doctrine, as discussed by us in this judgment is a part of the law of the land.

F.K. Hussain v. Union of India, O.P. 2741/1988 (1990.02.26)(Right to Potable Water as part of a Right to Life)

F.K. Hussain, Petitioner

v.

Union of India and others, Respondents.

O.P. 2741 of 1988

26-2-1990

CHETTUR SANKARAN NAIR, J.

ORDER :-

1. The conflict in these cases, is the conflict of yesterdays and a new day the conflict of the lifestyle of a lotuseyed leisurely day gone by and the exacting demands of today on material resources.

Nurul Islam v. Government of Bangladesh, WP 1825 of 1999 (2000.02.07) (Tobacco Advertising Case)

High Court Division
(Special Original Jurisdiction)
Mohammad Fazlul Karim and Md. Abdud Wahhab Miah, JJ

Writ Petition No. 1825 of 1999
with
Writ Petition No. 4521 of 1999
Professor Nurul Islam
............... Petitioners
in W. P. No. 1825/99

Mr. Alhaj Nur Mohammad and others
....... Petitioners

in both the Writ Petitioners

Date of Judgment : The 7th February, 2000
Result : Both the Rule absolute with directions

Judgment

Mohammad Fazlul Karim, J:

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