Women and Reservation in India

Jotirmay Mandal

Verlag: Kalpaz Publications/Gyan Books Pvt.Ltd, 2003
ISBN 10: 8178351455 / ISBN 13: 9788178351452
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The book presents a critical Review of various Human Rights of an accused contained in various international Conventions, Treaties and the UN Charter and also recognised and granted by the Constitution of India and other important Criminal legislations. It also contains a special discussion related to the Child Accused commonly known as "Delinquent Juvenile" and named in India as "Juvenile in Conflict with Law". Although special stress on dignity of an individual has been laid down by these provisions at national and international levels, instances of inhumane treatment, brutality and torture of accused even sometimes leading to Death in Police lock-ups or Prisons have increased over the years and the special Laws enacted for providing special treatment to Child Accused are frequently violated or neglected by the personnel involved in the administration of criminal justice. These aspects have so far been not considered seriously by the Law academics in India particularly from the point of view of the accused and the juveniles and the present book tries to fill up the vacuum. The subject matter of the book is divided into Six Chapters and consists of inter alia : (I) Meaning of the Accused and Basis of the Human Rights of the Accused, (II) Evolution of the Human Rights of Accused since Ancient period till date, (III) Human Rights of Accused related to Arrest, (IV) Human Rights of Accused available, at Every Stage, (IV) Human Rights of Accused available, during Trial, and (VI) Human Rights of Child Accused (Delinquent Juvenile/Juvenile in Conflict with Law) and Juvenile Justice in India. The last chapter contains detailed Recommendations and suggestions regarding an accused during detention and also regarding juvenile accused. Being the first of its kind, the book will prove to be useful in providing justice to the accused in reality and maintaining a proper Balance between the law violator and law abider in the context of Human Rights of Accused. The book would also be of utility to law enforcement agencies and personnel (involved in the administration of criminal justice), students of law, Academic institutions, human rights activists and NGOs, General public and, of course, the accused - Adults and juveniles. Printed Pages: 300. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 42037

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Inhaltsangabe: This work contains useful information and instances of social political and religious way of life led by Indian women, which will be the source of inspiration for them to improve their future status and entity. Elaborate discussion on various aspects of women's life has been made depict the male-dominated society of India and points out causes being the degradation of women. The suggested measures for improvement of women's status in Indian social environment as explained in this work seem to be a meaningful guide for women especially for those who nurture hope for competing with the male. Moreover, the significance of reservation and its impact upon women's social, economic and political life has been discussed in details with several instance of practical living of personality will prove as a guide to development for women irrespective of caste and religion. About The Author:- Dr. Jyotirmay Mandal is an ardent Ambedkrite form Namasudra community and has been associated with many social organizations of dalit community. He writes articles and reports on sociopolitical and religious matters and on plight of SC/ST and Bengali refugees especially to highlight the Brahminical atrocities, which are frequently published in several newspapers and journals. He acquired Master Degree in English literature and Master Degree in Law (securing first class first position) from Barkatuallah University, Bhopal. His literary work already published are (1) Bahir Banger udbastu Samasya O Samadhan (Bengali); (2) Dalit Emancipators Harichand Thakur and Guruchand Thakur. Two more book on the Dalit movement of Bengal are likely to be ready for publication within a few months. Contents:- Preface · Abbreviations · Introduction · Women: Law and Legal Procedure · Equlity of Rights · Women's Position in India · Miserable Condition of Women in India · Political Reservation and its Meaning · Atrocities on Women · Women's Organisations · Women's Consciousness · How to Improve Women's Status · Bi

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Titel: Women and Reservation in India
Verlag: Kalpaz Publications/Gyan Books Pvt.Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: 2003
Einband: Hardcover
Zustand: New

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