Minorities and Police in India

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Asgharali Engineer, Amarjit S. Narang
Manohar Publishers & Distributors, 2006 - Human rights - 227 pages
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The Essays Written From Diverse Socio-Cultural Perspectives Take Into Account The Expected Role Of Law Enforcement Agencies In Plural Democratic Societies And India`S Constitutional Framework, Also How Far These Agencies Have Stood Up To That Role And Deviated From The Same. The Essays Take Into Account The Colonial Heritage, Structure, Training And Working Conditions Of The Police Agencies To Determine Their Attitude And Behaviour. Contributors Include Kirpal Singh Dhillon, Prakash Louis, Abdulrahim Vijapur, R.K. Raghavan, Prem Dhar, Malaviya Mong Many Others.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
Making and Unmaking of Muslim Stereotypes
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Minorities and Police in India
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