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Dr.

SHAKUNTALA MISRA NATIONAL REHABILITATION UNIVERSITY

Lucknow
Faculty of Law

PROJECT ON

For

COURSE ON CRIME -2 (INDIAN PENAL CODE )

CLASS: B.Com., LL.B (Hons.) 4th Semester

Submitted by

UTKARSH KUMAR YADAV

B Com LL.B/2016-17/18

Academic Session: 2017-18

Under the Supervision of

Dr. Gulab Rai
Asst. Prof. in Law
Faculty of Law
Dr. Shakuntala Misra National Rehabilitation University

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which also helped me in doing a lot of Research and I came to know about so many new things I am really thankful to them. Utkarsh kumar yadav Page 2 . ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I would like to express my special thanks of gratitude to my teacher Dr.Gulab Rai who gave me the golden opportunity to do this wonderful topic .

international community gave a fresh thought to the industrialization which led to the international legislation on environmental protection. legislation started in India too (Wild Life Protection Act. After realizing the devil effects of the monster. TABLE OF CONTENT Introduction The seed of environmental pollution lies in the internationally acknowledged slogan 'Industrialize or perish'. 1981 and finally the Environment (Protection) Act. Air Act. Water Act. first how the Indian Judiciary has tackled the environmental issues before 1972 without having direct enactments? And second how far the direct enactment after 1972 helped the Indian Judiciary to deal with the environmental issues? Page 3 .1974. for the protection of environment.1972. When the race of development and industrialization reached to its zenith it became a 'Frankenstein Monster'. 1986). Under the obligation of Stockholm Conference. The first effort came in the form of Stockholm Conference. 1972. 1972. There are two obvious questions.