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Religion conversion by Dalit

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Caste Disabilities Removal Act 1850 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia = Flag of the British East India Company (1801).svgAn Act for extending the principle of section 9, Regulation VII, 1832, of the Bengal Code throughout the Territories subject to the Government of the East India CompanyEnacted byGovernor-General of India in CouncilDate enacted11 April 1850Date assented to11 April 1850The Caste Disabilities Removal Act, 1850, also Act XXI of 1850, was a law passed in British India under East India Company rule, that abolished all laws affecting the rights of persons converting to another religion or caste. The new Act allowed Indians who converted from one religion to another religion equal rights under no law, especially in the case of inheritance. TextACT No. XXI Of 1850[11 April 1850.]An Act for extending the principle of section 9, Regulation VII, 1832, of the Bengal Code throughout the Territories subject to the Government of the East India Company.1Preamble. WHEREAS it is enac…

Dalit Right

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www.dalitindia.com  August 8, 2007
SC&ST DALIT’S RIGHTS 

What Rights?


Before we look into or talk of SCs, STs, or SC&ST Dalits, or SC&ST Dalit Rights, let us think about Rights!  What are these Rights?  To understand the Rights better, let us first ask ‘What are Rights?’ and ‘What Rights We Individuals – Dalits or not – have?’  For that matter, What Right or Rights any Individual anywhere in the World, whether in India or abroad – be that in America, Canada, England or anywhere in Europe or elsewhere has?  And, what are the Source or Sources of these Rights?  Can there be any end to these Rights?  We have to ask these Questions for a specific Reason, with a particular Purpose, if we are to understand the beginning or origin and end of SC&ST Dalit Rights!
TYPES OF RIGHTS

What are the different types of Rights that one can have?

Why many!  Some examples are –


1.       Human Rights - Rights to Live, Dignity, …