CONTENTS:- 1. State, Human Rights and Globalization. 2. Impact of Globalization on Human Rights in India. 3. Globalization, Role of Media: A Human Rights Perspective. 4. Globalization and Violation of Housing Rights. 5. Right to Housing for Social Development. 6. Poverty and Human Rights: A Rights-based Approach to Development. 7. Child Labour in India: A Human Rights Perspective. 8. Child Labour: A Human Rights Perspective. 9. Empowerment of Women and Protection of their Rights. 10. Political Empowerment of Women through Panchayat Raj Institutions. 11. Empowerment of Agricultural Rural Women Labourers and Human Rights in the Context of Globalization. 12. Welfare Schemes, Policies and Programmes for Empowerment of Women in India: A Human Rights Perspective. 13. Unorganised Sector and Violation of Rural Women Workers Rights. 14. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar's Perspectives on Caste and Human Rights. 15. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar's Ideology and Human Dignity: A Human Rights Perspective. 16. Dalit Rights and Constitutional Safeguards in India. 17. Violation of Dalit Rights in India in the Era of Globalization. 18. Status of Tribal Development in India: A Human Rights Perspective. 19. Right to Health with Special Reference to Vulnerable Groups. 20 Constitutional Provisions for the Protection of Human Rights of SC and STs. 21. Federalism in India: Emerging Challenges. 22. Panchayati Raj Institutions and People's Empowerment. 23. Political Violence in India: A Human Rights Perspective. 24. Forms of Domestic Violence against Women in India Remedial Measures. 25. Rural Poverty in India and Remedial Measures. 26. Slum-related Problems and Programmes in India. 27. Threat to South Asian Security: Regionalism, Nuclearism and Terrorism: An Analysis. 28. Poverty Alleviation Programmes Indira Gandhi's 20-points Programme. 29. Role of Urban Local Bodies in Poverty Alleviation in India. 30. Drought Impact in Rayalaseema: Remedial Measures. 31. Gandhian Philosophy for Rural Reconstruction. 32. Value Oriented Education for Social Reconstruction.