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Two Decades After The SC/ST Act : Still Untouchable

21 December 2009 35,300 views No Comment

Two Decades After The Act Still Untouchable

Has the Legal System Abandoned Dalits?

P S Krishnan | Justice Hosbet Suresh | N Paul Divakar-Abhay Kumar | Dr Anand Teltumbde | V Nandagopal | Dr. Sirivella Prasad | P L Mimroth | Shubhranshu Choudhary | Thomas Becker| Kenn Larsen

Contents :

Retrospect and Prospect

Empower Dalits for Empowering India

Khairlanji : Whither the Atrocity Act?

Right not to be Treated as Untouchable

A Neglected Component

Tardy Implementation in Rajasthan

Recommendations of Justice Punnaiah Commission

An Experiential Review of SC/ST (PoA) Act

Dalit Laws : Mere Paper Tigers ?

Condemned Twice

Jharkhand’s Dispensable Tribe

Lost world of Chakmas

Haunting Beautiy of the Ghats

HIV/AIDS : HC Brings Hope to Many

Farmer Graveyard ?

Speedy Justice at Grassroots

Domestic Worker in a Hostile World

Thorny Journey to Justice

Narrating Evolution of Indian Politics

Interpreting the Interpretation

Capturing Systemic Violence Against Dalits

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