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Human rights, violence and crimes /

Human rights, violence and crimes /
DK Number:DK-220841
ISBN: 9788183875325
Title: Human rights, violence and crimes /
Author: [edited by] Awadhesh Kumar Singh.
Imprint: New Delhi : Serials Publications,
Physical Desc.: xii, 280 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Year: 2012
Price: USD 35.85
Nature Of Scope: Contributed articles.
Subject Strings: Human rights--India.
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This edited volume puts together over a score of research oriented studies and review papers, earlier presented at various national and international conferences by eminent scholars from within and outside India. Appended with copious references for further reading, the included pieces are both, theoretical as well as empirical, in nature. They cover a wide range of themes and issues which are directly or indirectly related to Human Rights—child labour, humanitarian law, social justice, violence against women and girl child, indecent representation of women, maintenance of public order and security as a fundamental human right, and role & place of human rights in democracy—and provide thought provoking insights with empirical evidences on the subject, from India and different other developing countries.


Title Contents
Chapter No.Chapter TitleChapter AuthorPage No.
Child Labour in India-Law and PracticeNirmala devi1-14
international Humanitarina Law & VictimsRupam Jagota & Malabika Talukdar15-24
Justiciability of Socio-Economic Rights in Nigeria and South Africa: Prospects and ChallengesAbdulfatai O. Sambo & Abdulkadir B. Abdulkadir25-45
Social Justice in IndiaAbhimanyu Singh47-52
Violence Against Girl Child: An AnalysisGurpreet Pannu53-60
Role of Armed Forces with Regard to Human RightsRenu61-68
Auguste Comte and His Contribution to SociologyHasnain Alvi69-72
Indecent Representation of Women: The Legal DimensionB.S. Patil73-82
Armed Violence in Manipur and Human RightsOinam Jitendra Singh83-92
Whether Group Rights Can be Considered as Human Rights?Aditya Jain, Nidhish Meena, Ashutosh Yadav & Isha Kanungo93-101
Increasing Graph of Crimes Against Children in India: An Alarming ConcernSatnam Singh Deol103-122
Democracy and Human RightsVenudhar Routiya123-125
Doctrine of Res-Communis in Law of Sea and Law of AirSonal Singh Dhruw127-130
From the Periphery to the Centre - Dalits, Marginality & Inclusive Development PolityGoldy M. George131-151
Fundamental Human Rights and the Duty of the Executive in the maintenance of Public Order and Security in NigeriaJ.O. Adedoyin-Raji Esq153-167
Human Rights: Its Functional Setup in India with Special Emphasis on Child Rights and TortureC. Anantha Krishnan169-180
Challenge Procedure in the Arbitration: Critical StudyVivek Netram181-191
Conservation of Renewable Energy: An Overview of Indian Policy and regulatory MechanismRangswamy D & Ramesh193-205
Human Right to Vend: A Saga of Street HawkingSalmoli Chaudhari & Purushottam Anand207-214
Sati: An Abhorrent GlorificationMrunmayi M. Vaidya215-222
The incongruity in the Age of Marriage among Various Legislations of IndiaSrinidhi Ganeshan223-241
Theory of Just War and Unconventional Weapon: An Analysis from Ethical Moral and Legal PerspectiveSindhu Vijaya kumar243-257
The Identity of Human RightsGordana Zivkovic259-263

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