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India -- Dr. A.K. Sabhapathy v. Corporation of Cochin (2004.11.3) (medical waste)

BEFORE THE HONOURBALE OMBUDSMAN FOR LOCAL SELF GOVERNMENT INSTITUTION.

THIRUVANATHAPURAM

O.P.No.397 OF 2004

3rd November, 2004.

Dr. A.K.Sabhapathy vs Corporation of Cochin

O R D E R

The question as to how the "BIO MEDICAL" waste generated in the Hospitals can effectively be disposed of and thus prevent the ill effects therefrom to public ?, even today remains a problematic question.

The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (selected sections)

The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 (selected provisions)

2. Definitions.-

In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires. -

(dd) "outlet" includes any conduit pipe or channel, open or closed, carrying sewage or trade effluent or any other holding arrangement which causes, or is likely to cause, pollution;

Vimal Bhai & others v. Union of India & others (2005.09.29)

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI

W.P.(C) 17682/2005, W.P.(C) 17683/2005, W.P.(C) 17684/2005

VIMAL BHAI and ORS ..... Petitioners

versus

UOI and ORS ..... Respondents

CORAM:HON`BLE THE ACTING CHIEF JUSTICEHON`BLE MR. JUSTICE MADAN B. LOKUR

ORDER 29.09.2005

This petition challenges an order dated 20th May, 2005 passed by the National Environment Appellate Authority dismissing the petitioners appeal as time barred after rejecting their application for condonation of delay.

Beena Sarasan v. Kerala Coastal Zone Management Authority & others (2005.11.08)

IN THE HIGH COURT OF KERALA, AT ERNAKULAM

Present:

The Honourable Mr.Justice K.Balakrishnan Nair

Tuesday, the 8th November, 2005/17th Karthika, 1927

W.P.(C).No....1 9 5 4 7......OF 2004-B

BEENA SARASAN Vs. KERALA COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY & ANR

K.BALAKRISHNAN NAIR, J.

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