Right to Privacy

  1. Human Rights Law
  2. Right to Privacy
The term ‘defame’ refers to causing harm to someone’s reputation by spreading false information, and causing a lot of damage as a person’s reputation is typically worth more than their actual assets. According to English law, defamation is generally classified into two categories: libel and slander. In English Law, there are distinctions between libel and […]
  1. Constitutional Law
  2. Human Rights Law
  3. Right to Privacy
The main aim of this article is to delineate privacy as an individual right with respect to the Indian scenario and to show how the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019 is a divergence from that idea. It took about 60 years for Indians to have their right to privacy cemented. The first time when the […]

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Bangladesh has various environmental policies, legislations, environmental institutions, and international conventions to which it is a party. There are approximately 200 laws, relating to the protection of the environment but their proper application in preserving the environment is not practically visible. The Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act, 1995 The Bangladesh Environment Conservation Act, 1995 (BECA) is […]