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      • Includes bibliographical references.Study conducted in Rajasthan.Includes index.

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        PublishersMittal Publications
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        LC Classifications1990
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        Paginationxvi, 131 p. :
        Number of Pages55
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        ISBN 108170992214
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Scanlon, Why Does Inequality Matter? See Dutt, supra note 1. In practice, enforcement of these protections has been difficult, especially in rural India. Doe is a Dalit Indian.Dalits, OBCs Forced to Bury Their Deceased by the Roadside, Sabrangindia Mar.

Untouchability

The majority then observed that may be efficiency, competence and merit are not synonymous concepts; may be it is wrong to treat merit as synonymous with efficiency in administration and that merit is but a component of the efficiency of an administration. Conclusion Government of Nepal to be plaintiff of offense-related discrimination and untouchability. They need to use separate utensils for eating and are not allowed to sit near the upper caste people.

That is then clearly religious heri-tage discrimination. Caste in the United States, supra note 9, at 12. Marc Galanter, Competing Equalities : Law and the Backward Classes in India, Delhi, OUP, 1984 2. In a society compartmentalised on caste basis, upper castes controlled the levers of power enabling them to run their whips, prejudicial to the interests of lower segments of the society.

Discrimination and untouchability offenses are a few of the most sensitive issues. With this subtler, more insidious discrimination taking root, we must determine what recourse exists in the law to combat it. As we will see, the South Asian caste system is a hierarchical system that involves discrimination and perpetuates oppression.

Britannica, [] describing the stratification based on caste identity that exists among South Asian Christians ; Gautam Dheer, Punjab Village Ebbs Discrimination on Caste Basis, Deccan Herald May 25, 2018[] observing that there were, until recently, three separate Sikh shrines based on caste identity ; Arjun Sharma, Punjab Gurdwara Sermons Against Dalits Are Illegal, Article 14 July 22, 2020[] reporting on caste discrimination by Sikh institution and subsequent government response.

Inherent Contradictions The more fundamental question, however, is how far the quotas have and other privileges helped the target groups.

See generally Kaivan Munshi, Caste and the Indian Economy, 57 J. With a stunting incidence of 26 percent, UC-Hindu children are 5 percentage points less likely to be stunted than children in SSA.

However, as India modernizes and Dalit protest movements begin to grow, violence has subsequently increased as well. 31 percent of children in SSA are stunted.