M. Preetha

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Fundamental Right To a Clean and Healthy Environment

The right to a clean and healthy environment has been the focal point of deliberations since time immemorial. A clean and healthy environment is a prerequisite for the existence of human civilization. It is indispensable for the holistic growth of the society. The discourse of human rights builds upon the values of dignity which are inseparable and which……...

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Environmental Protection under the Indian Constitution

“Industrialise or Perish” is a universally acknowledged slogan which has become the seed for environmental contamination. Environmental protection is thus the need of the hour. The Indian constitution explicitly endorses environmental protection. The designers of the constitution through Fundamental Duties and Directive Principles of State Policy intimate the citizens of India to secure and improve the environment. This……...

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Right to a Wholesome Environment

The right to a wholesome environment or the right to a clean and healthy environment is a basic human right. In the year 2012, the then Union Minister of State for Environment and Forests Jayanthi Natarajan suggested that the right to a wholesome environment is a fundamental right and needs to be safeguarded. This article takes a look at……...

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Health Insurance Regulations: General Principles, Insurance and Assurance

Health insurance is an insurance product which covers the medical and surgical expenses of an insured individual. It reimburses the expenses incurred due to illness or injury or pays the care provider of the insured individual directly. This article covers the characteristics of health insurance, the legal foundations of health insurance regulations in the United States, the Health… Read More »

Contemporary Challenges In Healthcare Sector: Indian and International Health Laws

Apart from administrative failure, the healthcare sector in India has been overburdened by the collective weight of a burgeoning population. Public healthcare and medical facilities have taken a beating as a result of these challenges. This article helps readers identify their healthcare rights and also familiarizes them with Indian and international healthcare laws I. Introduction Public health has… Read More »

Generations of Human Rights: Explained

This article deals with various generations of Human Rights. Human Rights is a general term and it specifically denotes Civil rights, Civil liberties, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. These rights cannot be taken by any legislature or act of government. These rights are important for the physical, spiritual and moral development of an individual. Generations of Human Rights……...

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Natural Resources Accounting – All You Need To Know

Natural resources accounting is a process of estimating the value of natural resource depletion and environmental degradation due to economic activities. In recent years, it became an important environmental assessment tool. The Natural resource accounting will be used for the accountability of natural resources such as land, water, forests and mineral wealth. Also, it will suggest policies to……...

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Animal Rights in India: An Overview

This article deals with the concept, origin, an overview of animal rights, laws protecting animal rights and welfare and important judicial pronouncement regarding animal rights. Introduction The Constitution of India is the supreme law of India which lays down the fundamental political code, rights and duties of citizens, directive principles of state policy, procedures, structures and powers of… Read More »

Medical Insurance: Types and Policies

Medical insurance is a type of insurance coverage that typically pays for medical, surgical, prescription drug and sometimes dental expenses incurred by the insured. Health insurance can reimburse the insured for expenses incurred from illness or injury, or pay the care provider directly. It is often included in employer benefit packages as a means of enticing quality employees,… Read More »

United Nations Charter: History, Objective & Important Provisions

The United Nations Charter consists of 19 Chapters and 111 Articles. The Charter deals with the rights and obligations of member states and establishes the procedures of the United Nations. The article mentions the history, objective, members of the UN Charter and discusses the important provisions under the charter. I. Introduction The UN Charter is the constitutive instrument……...

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