2 edition of Study and practice of wildlife laws in India found in the catalog.
Study and practice of wildlife laws in India
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|Pagination||xix, 608 p.|
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The survival of these species is under threat from the loss of habitat stemming from human activities, excessive hunting by locals and outsiders, and weak enforcement of wildlife protection laws (WWF,b).Over the project period from , WWF-P has been successful in implementing a hunting ban while enhancing the socio-economic. At DronStudy you will find more than Video Tutorials, as part of Subject Courses, prepared by IITian Faculties of Kota experience. These Tutorials give students a highly engaging & personal teaching experience. Students also get access to top-notch Study Material like NCERT book solutions and chapter/revision notes. They can practice to perfection via advanced Test .
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Further, wildlife laws are rarely enforced in India and especially, in Indonesia, so most illegally traded birds have been trapped and removed from the wild instead of being produced by captive Author: Grrlscientist. Poaching. Poaching for illegal wildlife trading is a major threat to certain species, particularly endangered ones whose status makes them economically valuable. Such species include many large mammals like African elephants, tigers, and rhinoceros. [traded for their tusks, skins, and horns respectively]. Less well-known targets of poaching include the harvest of protected .
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24 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW Environmental protection is a practice of protecting the natural environment at individual, organizational or governmental levels, for the benefit of the natural Union of India defined “Environmental Law” as an instrument to protect and improve the environment and control or prevent any.
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India had an ancient tradition of paying constant attention to protection of the environment. There are writings galore, to show that in ancient India every individual had to practice the dharmato protect and worship nature. In India the devices and rules for protecting the environment are discernible from ancient times.
Wildlife Conservation in India India is the seventh largest country in the world and Asia’s second largest nation with an area of 3, km2, a national border of 15, km, and a coastline of km.
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India maintains a hybrid legal system with a mixture of civil, common law and customary, Islamic ethics, or religious law within the legal framework inherited from the colonial era and various legislation first introduced by the British are still in effect in modified forms today.
Since the drafting of the Indian Constitution. Wildlife Trust of India Wildlife Trust of India (WTI) is a leading Indian nature conservation organization committed to the service of nature. Its mission is to conserve wildlife and its habitat and to work for the welfare of individual wild animals, in File Size: 2MB.
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Display of this wildlife can also draw tourists – exotic birds or even primates may be strategically positioned in front of restaurants, for example, or wildlife may be shown for a fee as a roadside attraction Freshwater turtles and tortoises Based on trade data, each year an esti-mated 10 million or more turtles are Size: 6MB.India.
A. Personal Laws in Ancient India The basic principles of Hindu law are found in the 'Vedas' or revealed texts, which are reputed to have been divinely inspired. Tradition has it that God Brahma, the creator, and the first member of Hindu Trinity himself uttered the Vedic texts.
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