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1 C. Raj Kumar and K. Chockalingam (eds)
Human Rights, Justice, and Constitutional Empowerment
Oxford University Press; New Delhi, India; 2007; 0195686918 / 9780195686913; First Edition; Hard Cover; New; New; 
Concern for human rights is deeply rooted in the Indian constitutional system as a legacy of the country's struggle for independence. This remarkable book is a multi-dimensional examination of the contemporary state of human rights in India, the unresolved issues, and the challenges ahead. The contributors are a distinguished cross-generational selection of scholars and legal practitioners, specialists in the fields of human rights, criminal justice, and constitutional law. Dedicated to Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer, the book places the work of the passionately rights-oriented judge in today's context. The subjects analysed in individual essays include constitutionalization and the realization of rights, the freedom of the press and the rights discourse, compensatory discrimination, corruption and its impact, the right to development, social rights jurisprudence, environmental degradation and its effect on rights, justice for victims of crime, and sexual harassment. Among the distinguished scholars who have contributed to this book are Granville Austin, Upendra Baxi, Yash Ghai, N. R. Madhava Menon, Arjun K. Sengupta, Mahendra P. Singh, and Soli Sorabjee. 021302

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