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Georgia -- Constitution (English)

THE CONSTITUTION OF GEORGIA

The people of Georgia whose strong will is to establish a democratic social order, economic independence, a social and legal state, to guarantee universally recognised human rights and freedoms, to strengthen the state independence and peaceful relat ions with other countries, announce to the world this Constitution based upon many centuries of state tradition and the main principles of the 1921 Constitution

M.C. Mehta v. Union of India, WP 13029/1985 (1991.03.14) (Vehicle Pollution Case: Need for Strategic Action)

M.C. MEHTA

v.

UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS

MARCH 14, 1991

[RANGANATH MISRA, CJ, M.H. KANIA AND KULDIP SINGH, JJ.]

ORIGINAL JURISDICTION: Writ Petition No. 13029 of 1985.

(Under Article 32 of the Constitution of India).

Petitioner in person.

The Judgment of the Court was delivered by

RANGANATH MISRA, CJ.

Bulankulama v. Min. of Industrial Development (Eppawala case), S.C. Application No. 884/99 (F/R)

Bulankulama and six others v. Ministry of Industrial Development and seven others

Published in the South Asian Environmental Reporter, vol. 7(2), June 2000

In The Supreme Court Of The Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka

S.C. Application No 884/99 (F.R)

In the matter of an Application Under Article 17 read with Articles 126 of the Constitution

1. Tikiri Banda Bulankulama
No. 05, Kandakkulama,
Kiralogama.

2. Rarnayake Mudiyanselage Ranmenike, Palugaswewa,
Eppawela.

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