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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Subramanian, K. S.
Political violence and the police in India.
New Delhi ; Thousand Oaks : SAGE Publications, 2007
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
K S Subramanian
|Description:||257 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Political violence and state response in India --
The Indian police system in crisis --
Intelligence bureau: an instrument of partisan politics --
Central paramilitary forces: A parallel police force? --
Naxalite violence: What can the Union Home Ministry do? --
Violence against Dalits and Adivasis: Whither social justice? --
State-sponsored violence against the Muslims in Gujarat, 2002: a case study in police partisanship --
Political violence in the northeast: the human rights of ordinary people.
|Responsibility:||K. S. Subramanian.|
K S Subramanian's book is a well-written and scholarly work dealing perceptively with the problems of growing political violence in the country and the failure of the Indian police to combat
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Naxalites, Dalits, and Adivansis
This looks like a decent coverage and examination of its title on "Political Violence and the Police in India." It is good that it looks at Naxile, Dalit and Adivasi activities, especially related to the police and governmental actions.
Included in Appendix A is "A Brief Note on the Situation...
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