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Violations of Human Rights-A Bird s-Eye View

giving rise to deflationary fears (Table 2). The value of the rupee seems to move only one way, down. Continuing the downslide during October the rupee value depreciated by about 9 per cent against yen, by about 7 per cent against pound sterling, around 8 per cent against DM TRUTH is always seen at an angle. Amnesty International Report 1988 has been prepared from the point of view of the human rights violations simpliciter. It makes no value judgment. Nevertheless, it presents a bird's-eye view of the human rights situation all over the world which is truly a commendable and valuable contribution.

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