National Green Tribunal: A Step Towards Environment Justice?

Authors: B Jayant Kumar and Saurabh Mishra The Supreme Court of India at various instances also has opined that as environment cases involve assessment of scientific data it would be desirable to have the setting up of “environmental courts on a regional basis with a professional judge and two experts keeping in view the expertise required for such adjudication”1. The Bhopal gas disaster in 1984,...

Vishwaroopam: A Critical Analysis On Fundamental Right Of Speech And Expression

Authors: Srividya K Kaimal and Nidhi Bhuwania Speech is a God’s gift to mankind and the basic element for the subsistence of human race. Speech is a form of expression by virtue of which the bare requirement of communication is fulfilled and it is therefore, a basic human right. Every person must have a right to express his thoughts, feelings, opinions, ideas, etc in any form without interference...

A Critical Analysis of the Dublin System in the European Context of Forced Migration

Sandeep Menon Nandakumar1. The basic right when we talk about the concept of rights of asylum seekers is the right of non-refoulement which is a part of right not to return. The right of non-refoulement is a right closely associated with right against torture and degrading treatment. The right can be found impliedly mentioned under article 3 of the ECHR which has been clarified to be having wide ambit...