December 25, 2012

Equality in India Goes Far Beyond Women's Rights

The National, The National

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India is a rapidly developing country, with more wealth and greater access to opportunity than ever before. But it is also deeply inequitable, where caste, gender and station in life determine how far a person can climb. Building a modern India, one in which justice and equality are norms, will mean tackling all types of social inequality - issues like endemic corruption, nepotism, poverty, access to education, political participation - the list goes on.

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