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    John W. Meyr, Frank, Hironska Scholfec and Tuna, ‘The Structuring of a World Environmental Regime’, 1972–1990, International Organization, 51 (1995), Pp. 623–65 at 645.

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    Id. at 632.

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    Id. at pp. 636–637.

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    B.C. Nirmal, “From Vellore to Nayudu: The Customary Law Status of the Precautionary Principle'”, Banaras Law Journal, 30 (2001) 58–99.

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    See Werner Scholtz (ed.), Animal Law and International Environmental Law (Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham, 2019); Randall S. Abate (ed.), What can Animal Law Learn from Environmental Law? (Environmental Law Institute Press, Washington, 2015). For contrary view See, Pamela Frasch and Joyce Tischler, “Animal Law: The Next Generation”, 25(3) Animal Law 303–340 (2019) (Authors argue that Animal Law has seen a dramatic increase in the levels of knowledge and understanding that students bring with them as they start survey animal law classes, id. at 305). See also Steven M. Wise, Rattling the Cage: Toward Legal Rights for Animals (Perseus Books, Cambridge, 2000).

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    For development of Animal Law in Australia and New Zealand, see Peter Sankoff and Steven White (eds.), Animal Law in Australasia - A New Dialogue (Federation Press, Sydney, 2009). In United States of America, see David Favre, “The Gathering Momentum”, 1 Journal of Animal Law 1, 9–14 (2005). In Canada, see Will Kymlicka, “Social Membership: Animal Law beyond the Property/Personhood Impasse”, 40(1) Dalhousie Law Journal 123–156 (2017). In People’s Republic of China, see Amanda Whitfort, “Evaluating China's Draft Animal Protection Law”, 34(2) Sydney Law Review347–370 (2012). In Brazil, see Tagore Trajano de Almeida Silva, “Origins and Development of Teaching Animal Law in Brazil”, 31(2) Pace Environmental Law Review (2014) 500–530.

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    David Favre, “Wildlife Jurisprudence”, 25 Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 459–510 (2010).

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    Id. at 475.

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    P.P. Mitra, An Introduction of Animal Laws in India (Thomson Reuters, Gurgaon, 2019).

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    Animal Welfare Board of India v. A. Nagaraja (2014) 7 SCC 547; Laxmi Narain Modi v. Union of India (2014) 1 SCC 243; Centre for Environment Law, WWF-I v. Union of India (2013) 8 SCC 234.

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    Wendy A. Adams, “Human Subjects and Animal Objects: Animals as Other in law”, 3(1) Journal of Animal Law and Ethics (2009), Pp. 31, 32.

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    P.P. Mitra (2019), supra n. 9 at 21, chapter six from Pp. 71–93.

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    See generally Jeremy Bentham, An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, Royal Exchange, London, 1823 at 311.

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    Peter Carruthers, The Animals Issue: Moral Theory in Practice (Cambridge University Press, New York, 1992).

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    Robert Nozick, Anarchy, State and Utopia 35-42 (Basic Books, New York, 1974).

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    B.C. Nirmal, “An Ancient Indian Perspective of Human Rights and Its Relevance’, 43 Indian Journal of International Law (2003), Pp. 447–478 at 458.

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    Paul Younger, Introduction to Indian Religious Thought 35 (Westminster Press, Philadelphia, 1972).

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    Patricia Birnie, Alan Boyle and Catherine Redgwell, International Law & the Environment 596, 597 (Oxford University Press, New York, 2009).

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    Gary L. Francione, “Animal Welfare and the Moral Value of Nonhuman Animals”, 6(1) Law, Culture and the Humanities (2009) 1–13.

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    A. Nagaraja (2014), supra, n. 10.

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    N.R. Nair v. Union of India, AIR 2000 Ker 340 at para 13.

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    P.P. Mitra (2019), supra n. 12 at 25–39.

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    BCI: LE: Circular No: 4/2015 Dated 28th September 2015.

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Nirmal, B.C. P.P. Mitra, An introduction to animal laws in India (Thomson Reuters, Gurgaon, 2019), Price INR 650/–, pages xxxi + 319, ISBN 978-93-89046-31-1. Indian Journal of International Law (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40901-020-00125-w

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