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CBSE Notes 2011-2012 » VIII-Social Science

Confronting Marginalisation

The force put on Rathnam to perform the ritual of washing the feet of the priest and then bathing in...

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The force put on Rathnam to perform the ritual of washing the feet of the priest and then bathing in that water violated his fundamental rights of

(A) Right to Freedom
(B) Right to Equality
(C) Right against Exploitation
(D) Cultural and Educational Rights

Manual scavengers in different parts ofthe country are known by the names of

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Manual scavengers in different parts ofthe country are known by the names of

C K Janu, an Adivasi activist, has pointed out that the state governments are the violators of their...

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C K Janu, an Adivasi activist, has pointed out that the state governments are the violators of their constitutional rights because they allow encroachers. It takes the form of (mark which is not applicable)

The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 seeks to punish those...

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The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 seeks to punish those who
(A) force a member of the Scheduled Caste (SC) or Scheduled Tribes (ST) to cat and drinkanyinedibleorobnoxioussubstance.
(B) forcibly removes clothes from a person of SC/ST.
(C) parades him/her naked.
(D) any act against human dignity.

Rathnam, who belonged to the Dalit community, was studying in an engineering college refused to perf...

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Rathnam, who belonged to the Dalit community, was studying in an engineering college refused to perform the ritual of

"Article 17 of the Constitution states that the following practices have been abolished.

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"Article 17 of the Constitution states that the following practices have been abolished.

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