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Just, fair and democratic society

Modern environmental law has its roots in 1960 and it wasn't just response to environmental problems it was part of commitment to make societies more just, fair and more democratic


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I love to play badminton, TT, Volley ball. I also like singing, dance, public speaking, social work. Speak about gender justice, environmentalist. Assistant Professor of law.

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