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Sikh News Law enforcement in India flawed: U.S. report (The Hindu News)

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    WASHINGTON, MARCH 29. Although India is a "vibrant democracy" with strong Constitutionally guaranteed human rights protections, the poor enforcement of laws, especially at the local levels and the "severely out burdened" court system "weaken the delivery of justice," the State Department has said in its latest report, "Supporting human rights and democracy: The U.S. record 2004-2005."

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