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ISBN- 81-7488-080-1

HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIA
G.S. BAJWA
International law of human rights is a system of normative instruments of guidance, supervision and implementation. It influences states to recognize and accept human rights in their national institutions. Accordingly the framers of the Indian Constitution incorporated it in Part III and Part IV as Chapters of Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy respectively which are replica of human rights. The author in this book objectively evaluates the constitutional measures adopted by India for implementation of human rights. For this purpose, firstly, the international yardstick (the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenants of Human Rights) has been systematically examined to bring to the surface various shortcomings for improvement. Secondly, for systematic scientific comparison, Constitutional rights have been divided into two categories, i.e. Specifically Guaranteed Rights and Impliedly Guaranteed Rights. Impliedly Guaranteed Rights are further divided into two categories of rights, which are available due to the wider interpretation of the word 'Life' and the phrase 'Personal liberty'. Rights have been discussed in the same order as are present in the Indian Constitution and then these rights have been examined on the basis of international law of human rights. Finally, jurisprudence of the rights makes the concept further clear to pinpoint shortcomings in the Indian legal system. This outstanding work, therefore, objectively evaluates India's performance in the field of human rights to bring to the notice of abuses of these rights. Law being an instrument of social engineering, this book will be of great help to lawyers, judges, political activists, teachers, students and the non-governmental human rights organizations to reshape the law in such a way so as to reduce the chances of abuse of human rights.

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ISBN- 81-7041-142-4

INDIAN FREEDOM FIGHTER STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE
S.R. BAKSHI
In the long-drawn political struggle commencing with the foundation of the Indian National Congress in 1885 and ending with the dawn of Independence on 15th August, 1947, the consistent participation by prominent leaders of our nation along with millions of patriotic satyagrahis was a romantic saga of their careers. The freedom struggle witnessed several phases of constitutional demands, launching of all India political movements in 1920, 1930 and 1942, negotiations with Viceroys, repression by bureaucracy, convictions, attachment of land and property, fines and varied official hurdles in the way of the achievement of Swaraj. But the spontaneous political upsurge had its on-going flow like the unbridled currents of river with a crystal clear aim to free the Indian sub-continent from foreign yoke. This kind of national upsurge received a speedy regeneration with the emergence of several moderate and extremist leaders in the early phase of the twentieth century. In this process political leader like Lajpat Raj, Annie Besant, Mahatma Gandhi, Motilal Nehru, C.R. Das, Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Jawaharlal Nehru, Rajendra Prasad, Vallabhbhai Patel and Bhagat Singh contributed much by offering their services to the nation. An attempt, therefore, has been made to highlight and assess their role at several critical junctures of our freedom struggle. This study, first of its own kind, would generate a deep insight into the minds of several social scientists, teachers and students in India and elsewhere and the availability of a compact collected material would facilitate their research work having linkage with various phases of the freedom struggle.

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ISBN- 81-7488-194-8

LOOKING TO THE FUTURE INDO-NEPAL RELATIONS IN PERSPECIVE
LOK RAJ BARAL
Looking to The Future offers some positive perspectives of Indo-Nepal relations. Even as it accepts the old premise that the two countries have definite pattern of interactions on the basis of several determinants-both constants and variables, it tries to reassure that an other-than-conventionally practised policy can work to effectively enhance national interests as well as bilateral relations. Only an objective study on Indo-Nepal relations can free ourselves from the old-mindset in Nepal and India. Articles included in the volume represent a variety of experienced persons whose overall conclusions are more or les similar that the national and transactional interests of both the countries can be better safeguarded only with an unprejudiced approach to the emergent issues. Experts with realistic attitudes have come forward in this book. As the title suggests, this book is expected to set a distinct trend in Indo-Nepal relations in the future. It is a timely response to new possibilities being created by powerful trends of democracy and regionalization based on understanding and cooperation.

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ISBN- 81-7488-270-7

DISTRICT POLICE ADMINISTRATION
S. MEHARTAJ BEGUM
The district has been the most primary and basic unit of administration in India since medieval times. The police administration at the district level from the Superintendent of Police to the Constable and from the State Police Headquarters to the Police Station is an organic unit. The administrative setup in a district was conceived and constituted by the British administration and continues to be more or less the same after Independence. The structure and mechanism of the district police administration has been too static to face the dynamism of change. The basic thrust of the study is to find out as to what extent the police administration has come up to the expectations of the people in the backward Rayalaseema region of Andhra Pradesh. The study has critically analysed police administration at the district level and includes the organizational structure of the police administration and police personnel management with reference to recruitment, training, promotion and morale in the Kurnool district within the overall framework of the state of Andhra Pradesh. An appraisal of public and police perceptions of police administration is made with a view to pinpointing deficiencies and suggesting remedial measures to strengthen and streamline the police administration to enable police to face the challenging task of satisfying the modern society. This book will be of great interest to scholars, police officials, students of Public Administration and to all those interested in police studies.

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