ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Bhoposhima Crime without Punishment-Case for Crisis Management Jurisprudence

Case for Crisis Management Jurisprudence V R Krishna Iyer An industrial society which handles hazardous processes must evolve a jurisprudence which will functionally transform itself into a controlterate of dangerous operations. The law must keep its promise and its pledge is to preserve life. Notwithstanding the Bhopal case, three important recent rulings of the Supreme Court are examined here as the starting point of a burgeoning humanist jurisprudence with precisely drawn substantive boundaries.

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