2 edition of Minority safeguards in India found in the catalog.
Minority safeguards in India
Kamlesh Kumar Wadhwa
|Statement||Kamlesh Kumar Wadhwa.|
|LC Classifications||JQ220.M55 W32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 273 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||75901908|
Indian democratic set up and constitutional safeguards respect the right of minorities and it has been placed under Article 29 and 30 4 in the Part III of the Indian Constitution. Through the perusal of the constitution of India it is found that expression “minorities” hasFile Size: KB. The Ministry of Minority Affairs is a ministry of the Government of India which was carved out of Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment and created on 29 January It is the apex body for the central government's regulatory and developmental programmes for the minority religious communities in India, which include Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Zoroastrians and Jains notified Agency executives: Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, .
Downloadable! This paper focuses on a neglected aspect of India's constitutional history: the withdrawal of political safeguards for religious minorities during the making of the Indian Constitution. It analyses arguments about group preferential provisions in debates as well as democracy, as provisions for minority representation entailed departures from the principle of territorial. Clearly, protecting cows is more important now than providing safeguarding minorities. This unfortunate development seeks to erase the exhaustive and sensitive constituent assembly debates on minority safeguards and provisions that must be included in the Constitution. These debates witnessed were over a two year year-period seven decades ago.
Safeguards should be built within the Tata group to protect the interests of minority shareholders, the counsel of former Tata Sons Ltd chairman Cyrus Mistry told the National Company Law Tribunal. minorities in India and for the purpose of this paper limit its scope to religious Carson‘s reply was ―Damn your safeguards, we don‘t want to be ruled by you.‖ No minority in India has taken this stand. They have 16 See, Dilip Simeon, Book Review. Shabnum Tejani, Indian Secularism: A Social and Intellectual History,
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Dr Kamalesh Kumar Wadhwa has lucidly discussed these safeguards for the minorities in his book Minority Safeguards in India. He has examined the problem in historical perspective and has built up his analysis on the basis of official and non-official reports of the committees, conferences and study groups constituted before and after independence to investigate the problem.
Minorities in India: There are only two specific Articles, Article 29 in the entire constitution of India, that explicitly stand guarantee to the protection of the interests of minorities in India Article 29 states; Any section of the citizens residing the territory of India or any part thereof, having a File Size: KB.
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Safeguards for linguistic minorities in India: Karnataka sets a modelAuthor: Mahadev Banakar. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wadhwa, Kamlesh Kumar, Minority safeguards in India.
Delhi: Thomson Press (India), Publication Division, As evident from the chapters in this book, Ambedkar’s views on the representation of minorities are very elaborate and insightful.
They cover the gamut – the definition of minority, principles justifying minority representation, the electoral method for minority representation, and general safeguards against the communal legislative majority.
EVOLUTION OF MINORITY SAFEGUARDS IN INDIA The presence of minorities in almost every part of the globe has been established as a permanent and undisputed fact. Minorities of one kind or another are found in every political community of the world.
They not File Size: 2MB. Constitutional Safeguards for Weaker Sections and the Minorities in India Bindeshwar Pathak, B. Srivastava Concept Publishing Company, - Constitutional law - pages. Minorities in India: Their Constitutional Rights and Safeguards Religion has no borders, Chief Justice of India Sharad A.
Bobde said, as the Supreme Court dismissed a petition to recognise Hindus as minorities in the States where they are low in population. The author, a senior researcher of the EURAC (South Tyrol, Italy), assuming linguistic rights as a component of fundamental human rights, codified in a number of international covenants and in the Indian Constitution, provides an appraisal of the extent to which language rights are respected in India's multilingual reality, which takes into consideration the experiences of minority language protection.
National Commission for Minorities sets up committee to look into Minority status for Hindus. The National Commission for Minorities (NCM) has set up three member committee to study the matter to give minority status to Hindus in 8 states where their population is less than 50%.
Safeguards Provided in the Constitution for Minorities Though the Constitution of India does not define the word ‘Minority’ and only refers to ‘Minorities’ and speaks of those ‘based on religion or language’, the rights of the minorities have been spelt out in the Constitution in detail.
The most striking features of the Constitution in this respect are the secularism along with. The Ministry of Minority Affairs established by Government of India on 29 th January It is the apex body for the central government’s regulatory and developmental programs for the minority religious communities in India, which include religious Muslims, Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Zoroastrians (Parsis) and Jains.
minority communities in many parts of the country. Thus rendering the question of minority group rights and protection of their identity central to the political discourse of India. In this backdrop this paper will look into the constitutional rights of the minorities in India.
The constitution of India File Size: KB. MINORITY SHAREHOLDERS RIGHT IN INDIA. Minority shareholders are the persons in the company whose involvement in the company’s democratic decisions are overshadowed by the majority rule and to overcome this problem companies act has come up to tackle the problems faced by the minority in companies act, Constitutional rights and safeguards provided to the minorities in India.
Constitutional safeguards for religious and linguistic minorities of India. Though the Constitution of India does not define the word ‘Minority’ and only refers to ‘Minorities’ and speaks of those ‘based on religion or language’, the rights of the minorities have been spelt out in the Constitution in detail.
: Cholan. Hinduism is the religion of the majority in India. According to census percent of the country’s total population belong to this religion. The Muslims form percent of the total population the Christians percent of the country’s population the Sikhs percent of the total population.
Constitution of India doesn't define the word 'Minority' but has used the word minorities considering religion and language of a person. For minorities Constitution of India has envisaged a number of rights and safeguards. To provide enough equality and to dwindle the discrimination, makers have spelt out various things in Fundamental Rights; Directive Principles of State policy and also the.
1 Chapter -1 Minorities in India: Legal Safeguards & Government Policies Introduction This chapter focuses on the first objective of this doctoral research i.e. to study the c. New Delhi, Ma In February, the Supreme Court of India directed the National Commission for Minorities (NCM) to respond within three months to a representation seeking the redefinition of the term “minority.” The representation had been pending before the Commission for 15 months.
One can understand why the Commission has been sitting on the representation for so long. ADVERTISEMENTS: The National Commission of Minorities Act, notifies five religious communities as minorities: Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, and Zoroastrians. As per Census figures, per cent of our population belongs to minority communities.
Muslims constitute per cent, Christians per cent, Sikhs per cent, Buddhists per cent and Parsis [ ]. Corporate Governance in India: Case for Safeguarding Minority Shareholders Rights Article (PDF Available) April with 1, Reads How we measure 'reads'.Rajasthan State Commission for Minorities examines the working of the various safeguards provided in the Constitution of India or laws enacted by Parliament and the laws passed by the Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan for the protection of the Minority Communities.
Users can get details of the members of the commission, its function and PM’s. All religious minorities in India should be given due recognition and dignity under the constitution and India should come up to the international standards for the safeguard of religious.