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Dalit & Human Rights In Modern World

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Human rights is one of the most important topic that are included in the research technology that are applied in this modest time. This book includes all the key concept

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Human rights is one of the most important topic that are included in the research technology that are applied in this modest time. This book includes all the key concept and major parts of Dalit and human rights. Each chapter of this book provides a valuable source of information to the readers in a systematic way. Over one-sixth of India’s population, some 170 million people, live a precarious existence, shunned by much of Indian society because of their rank as untouchables or Dalits–literally meaning broken people–at the bottom of India’s caste system. Dalits are discriminated against, denied access to land and basic resources, forced to work in degrading conditions, and routinely abused at the hands of police and dominant-caste groups that enjoy the state’s protection. About the Author Rajeev Gautam was born on 2nd November, 1971 in Meerut (U.P.). He completed his graduation from C.C.S. University, Meerut and Post Graduation in Political Science from same University. He is well like and loved equally by his students and colleagues for his simple and helpful nature. He has great interest in writing and teaching. Table of Contents Introduction Untouchabele Politics Caste Politics in India Theorizing the Dalit Movement: A Viewpoint Dalit Buddhist Movement Dalit Leaders and Human Rights Concepts of Human Rights Human Rights in India Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Act, 1989 Labour Rights Conscientious Objection in Human Rights Human Rights Organisations in India

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