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Are Fundamental rights followed in india or they are only on paper?

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Asked by Manu, 05 Aug '10 08:35 pm
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Some rights generally recognized as fundamental at the federal level follows.
Right to equal protection under the law [1][2]
Right to freedom of thought[3]
Right to freedom of speech and press (cf. freedom of expression)
Right to freedom of association[4]
Right to freedom of movement within the country[5]
Right to vote in general election
Right to procreate irrespective of marital status or other classifications
Right to direct a child's upbringing [6]
Right to privacy[7] ...more
Answered by sudhakar kuruvada, 05 Aug '10 09:03 pm

 
  
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