Human Rights: Fifty Years of India's Independence

By: K.P. Saksena (Ed.)

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This book examines the achievements made by India in protecting Human Rights during the fifty years of its Independence, and the unfulfilled aspirations in areas of Human Rights that remain controversial. It is a compilation of articles contributed by eminent personalities like former Union Ministers, legal luminaries including former Chief Justice of Supreme Court, social activists and veteran freedom fighters. Childs right to healthy upbringing, education and equal opportunity are put in sharp contrast with the harsh reality of the predicament of child labourers. The Supreme Courts verdict on childrens right to education and child labour, government inaction and public indifference are put to close scrutiny. The factors which are important in terms of observance of Human Rigths are covered extensively.Printed Pages: 304.

Title: Human Rights: Fifty Years of India's Independence

Author Name: K.P. Saksena (Ed.)

Categories: India, Human Rights,

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd.: 1999

ISBN: 8121206057

ISBN 13: 9788121206051

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 105908

Keywords: Human Rights: Fifty Years of India's Independence K.P. Saksena (Ed.)