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Urbanisation and Urban Systems in Haryana \u002D A Geographical Image
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Urbanisation and Urban Systems in Haryana - A Geographical

Rural or urban distribution is an important attribute of any population because the characteristics associated with rural distribution are entirely different from the personality of an urban area. The term ‘urban population' has been defined differently in different countries depending on the local conditions and criteria. With 27.81 per cent urban population, India is at a low level of urbanization as compared with the more developed countries. However, there exist large regional variations in different parts of the country as far as level of urbanization is concerned. The present paper is an attempt to analyse the process of urbanization and urban systems in a north-western state of Haryana from a geographical perspective. The state of Haryana is slightly above the national average (28.9 per cent) in terms of level of urbanization and plays a significant role in the country's economy due to its strategic location around the national capital of Delhi and an important connection between the other north-western states and the national capital.
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Women Empowerment Involvement in Self-help Groups -an Analysis

Women in India are fatalities of numerous financial and social components. They are a essential piece of each economy. All around progression and pleasant development of a country would be possible just when Women are careful as equivalent accomplices in progress with men. Freedom of Women is a pre-essential for the country's financial progression and community upliftment. Destitution is the principal restraint for the improvement of Women. The job of women and the need to facilitate them are integral to human improvement programs including neediness easing. anyway of different projects identifying with penury lightning has been begun, it was seen that women in country territories, mainly from the poor families could have profited. A strengthening development among women the nation over have been now turned by quick advancement in SHG arrangement. Monetary strengthening of country women brings about ladies' capability to impact or settle on a choice, expanded self-assurance, better status and role in the family unit and so forth. The agreement of SHGs isn't conclusively a miniaturized scale credit venture however a reinforcement procedure. The strengthening of women through SHGs would give an advantage not exclusively to the individual women yet in totalling for the family and network all in all through the aggregate activity for improvement.
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Circumstance of Tribal Justice in India

The tribal India forms a distinct picture of the country. There are about 40 million tribals In India. They belong to over 200 ethnic groups or tribes, which are different from one another in terms of their racial, linguistic and cultural identity. They are concentrated in hills and forests, and are still cut-off from the main stream of development. It is necessary for all of us to try to understand what is best in them and try to preserve those values even while we are trying to initiate them into the mysteries of modern civilization. The tribal people are, in fact, the original inhabitants of the soil. But, due to ignorance and poverty, they do not know their rights and privileges. After independence, the constitution of India provided safeguards for the Tribal people. To translate these constitutional provisions into practice special schemes were are still continuing. The Criminal Tribes Act 1924 came into force on 15.03.1924. It was an Act of consolidated laws relating to criminal tribes. If the provincial Government has reason to believe that any tribe, gang or class of person or any part of tribo, gang or class is addicted to systematic commission of non-bailable offences, then the Government was authorized to declare that such tribe, gang or class, as the case may be, is a criminal tribe for the purpose of the said Act. The Government was empowered to restrict the movement of the tribes or settle their place of residence. It had power to establish industrial, agricultural or reformative settlement for the criminal tribe. This Criminal Tribes Act, 1924 came to be repealed by the Criminal Tribes Laws (Repeal) Act, 1952.
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