When do the Government’s measures to prevent caste discrimination in employment be effective?

When caste discrimination is rampant, employment policies must be designed to ensure that the existing employment structures are not disrupted, and that employment opportunities are made available to all.

It is not just about employment.

This is an issue of human dignity and the rights of the individual.

This has been recognised by the World Economic Forum and the United Nations.

However, there is still no consistent approach to address the issues of caste discrimination.

A clear strategy is needed to address this, according to a study by the University of Minnesota and the American Enterprise Institute.

The report says that the current policies are not effective and that the Government should consider how best to address caste discrimination with a holistic approach.

The report is titled “How to address discrimination in India”.

The authors of the report said that in India, discrimination in terms of employment has become a very serious issue.

According to the report, there are over 4.5 million cases of caste-based discrimination against women in India.

One of the main obstacles in addressing this is the lack of effective government support and implementation of policy.

“The Indian government has been slow to acknowledge the seriousness of the issue.

The Government has also not made any concerted effort to change the caste system and the practice of discrimination,” said a senior government official.

While the Government has a large number of programmes to combat caste discrimination, it is also facing a huge challenge in meeting the challenges of managing the population in urban areas.

“Our urban population is not well served by our Government.

This means that a large portion of the population is concentrated in the slums and informal settlements,” said the official.