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Every individual has a right to stay healthy and have access to healthcare facilities especially in these trying circumstances. This article tries to explain the key aspects of the right to health and how the right to health was given a place in the Constitution of India. This article further tries to look at the right to health of specific groups of people such as women, children and adolescents, persons with disabilities, migrants and persons living with HIV/AIDS. Lastly, it tries to examine the obligations and responsibilities of the State with respect to the right to health and holding States accountable for the same.
Basic overview of Ideas Manu, Kautilya and other Indic thinkers on Role of a king in administration of justice
In the early Vedic Period, the king came to be gradually regarded as the fountain of justice and during this period a more elaborated system of justice came into existence. Manu and Kautilya had made certain observations regarding law and order and especially on administration of justice in Vedic period.