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Carving A caring system / H.K. Patil.

By: Patil, H.K.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Bangalore : Macmillan Publishers India, 2007Description: xxiii, 238 p. : 22 cm.ISBN: 9780230630536 (hbk.).Subject(s): Justice -- Legal services | Human rights | Nation-buildingDDC classification: 328.2 PAT Summary: Carving a caring system, as the name implies, is a work of the sensitive mind of a statesman, who by virtue of being a Minster and legislator has the benefit of closely observing the working of the Government and thereby identifies what ails the present system in the deliverance of good governance. While recognizing clearly what a common man needs, the author points out unambiguously that it is not charity or sacrifice that is required by the policymakers, implementers and interpreters but a bit of commitment to the obligations that they have under our Constitution. The reader is also goaded subtly through this book to do a bit of introspection, which will help in making our democracy more vibrant and meaningful. The ideas, thoughts and expressions of the author enunciated in this book encompasses subjects ranging from equal access to justice to victim compensation; from equal access to education to employment generation; from human rights to disaster management; from regional imbalance to water management. The author’s commitment for nation building, concern for the common man, his anguish against corruption, injustice and red-tapism is palpable.
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Carving a caring system, as the name implies, is a work of the sensitive mind of a statesman, who by virtue of being a Minster and legislator has the benefit of closely observing the working of the Government and thereby identifies what ails the present system in the deliverance of good governance.
While recognizing clearly what a common man needs, the author points out unambiguously that it is not charity or sacrifice that is required by the policymakers, implementers and interpreters but a bit of commitment to the obligations that they have under our Constitution. The reader is also goaded subtly through this book to do a bit of introspection, which will help in making our democracy more vibrant and meaningful.
The ideas, thoughts and expressions of the author enunciated in this book encompasses subjects ranging from equal access to justice to victim compensation; from equal access to education to employment generation; from human rights to disaster management; from regional imbalance to water management.
The author’s commitment for nation building, concern for the common man, his anguish against corruption, injustice and red-tapism is palpable.

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