3 edition of Hunted, hounded, and homeless in Indore found in the catalog.
Hunted, hounded, and homeless in Indore
by Indian People"s Tribunal on Environment and Human Rights in Bombay
Written in English
|Statement||tribunal headed by K. Sukumaran.|
|Contributions||Indian People"s Tribunal on Environment & Human Rights.|
|LC Classifications||HD7361.A3 S94 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. :|
|Number of Pages||43|
|LC Control Number||2001293133|
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HUNTED, HOUNDED AND HOMELESS IN INDORE A Report on Large Scale Forced Evictions Tribunal Headed by: Justice K. Sukumaran (Retired Judge, Kerala High Court) INDIAN PEOPLE’S TRIBUNAL ON ENVIRONMENT AND HUMAN RIGHTS APRIL Hunted, Hounded And Homeless In Indore: A Report On Large-Scale Forced Evictions.
21 April 3, views No Comment. English, April It investigates into the illegal and large-scale demolitions of slum colonies in Indore, in an open and flagrant violation of the master plan of Indore. mumbai: the maharashtra government has proposed a census of slum-dwellers in mumbai and issue photo identity cards to those living in slums prior to this would be the first census after ‘Unarmed, harmless, she felt like an innocent doe being hunted by horsemen and snarling hounds.’ ‘These hounds have been bred for and homeless in Indore book to hunt foxes and now today it comes to an end.’ ‘Fox cubs are usually born in March, which means that pregnant and nursing vixens are hunted and killed by dogs.’.
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