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Title: Growing crimes against Dalits in India despite special
Authors: Ramaiah, A.
Keywords: Dalits
Crime Against Dalits
Human Rights
Issue Date: 10-Feb-2012
Abstract: One of the major steps the independent India took in protecting the rights and dignity of Dalits was the enactment of special laws. Despite over sixty years of implementation of such laws and many developmental measures, atrocities against Dalits continue unabated. Quoting extensively from the government data on crimes against Dalits, this article logically argues the relevance of ‘separate settlement’ for Dalits proposed by none other than the architect of Indian Constitution Dr. B. R. Ambedkar to end caste based injustice and violence against Dalits.
Description: Journal of Law and Conflict Resolution Vol. 3(9), pp. 151-168, November 2011
URI: http://dspace.tiss.edu/handle/1/965
ISSN: 2006-9804
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