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Tips | Indian culture viewed from a multidimensional perspective

It is wrong and does not help the tribal cause either to reduce the image of the Indian tribal society to that of destitute remnants, on the verge of dying out. – Voices from the Periphery >> More tips

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This website is all about “Showcasing new initiatives in education”, inspired by a fundamental commitment to human rights by India’s founding fathers: India is a secular state with a constitution committed to the unique demography, history and culture of each state and … Continue reading

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India is a secular state: Its constitution is committed to the unique demography, history and culture of each state and union territory

Source: Constitution of IndiaURL: https://legislative.gov.in/sites/default/files/COI_English.pdfDate Visited: 6 November 2022 India’s founding fathers saw decentralisation as creating living social spaces around constitutional protections blending together pride of ‘citizenship’ with the richness of multi-cultural identities. Conflict Resolution in Multicultural Societies — The … Continue reading

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eBook | Supreme Court – India a country of old immigrants, tribals’ higher level of ethics

India, largely a country of immigrants Excerpts from the Supreme Court judgment published on www.thehindu.com >> A Supreme Court judgment projects the historical thesis that India is largely a country of old immigrants and that pre-Dravidian aborigines, ancestors of the present Adivasis, … Continue reading

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A constitution which guarantees: “The State shall not discriminate against any citizen” – The Sovereign Republic of India

Did the Constitution of India borrow ideas and many of its stand out features from the constitutions of other countries? Yes, after intense scrutiny, it turns out that our founding fathers liberally chose what features to embed into our Constitution … Continue reading

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