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Nagaland min assures House of new land laws 17.2.2020 The Shillong Times
KOHIMA: Nagaland Minister for Planning and Coordination and Land Revenue Neiba Kronu has informed the state Assembly that the Land Revenue department has drafted the Nagaland Land Laws, which is with the department of Law & Justice for inspection. Replying in the fifth session of the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly on Sunday, to the concerns […]
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Assam plans survey to identify indigenous Muslim population 11.2.2020 PTI: All news
Assam plans survey to identify indigenous Muslim population
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Assam plans survey to identify indigenous Muslim population 10.2.2020 The Assam Tribune
Assam plans survey to identify indigenous Muslim population
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Now demarcation will be done throughout year 8.2.2020 Central Chronicle
Pilot project to begin with Chhindwara; Drone Survey of populated area to be conducted Bhopal, In a meeting held under the Chairmanship of Minister for Revenue Shri Govind Singh Rajput, an MoU was signed between the Revenue Department and Survey of India (GoI) for survey and demarcation of populated areas and to implement Continuously Operating Reference Station (CORS) system. Shri Rajput said that lot of problems were being faced in demarcation because of not finding marking stones at the time of standing crops as well as rains and lack of skilled chainmen. Demarcation was only possible thrice a year. To avoid this problem, the Revenue department is going to introduce the ultra modern system. For this MoU has been signed today with the Survey of India. He further said the pilot Project of the CORS will start from Chhindwara. The Revenue Minister informed that due to absence of map of populated areas, dispute in demarcation and encroachment on government land used to take place. Now demarcation will be ...
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House passes Goa Appropriation Bill 2020 8.2.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Panaji: The Goa legislative assembly on Friday passed the Goa Appropriation (Vote on Account) Bill, 2020 amounting to Rs 8,773.47 crore to meet expenditure charged on the consolidated fund of the state for five months i.e. April to August 2020. The Vote on Account Bill, moved by Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, was passed unanimously in …
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Urban lake: A reflection of its watershed 7.2.2020 Downtoearth
Critical to any lake ecosystem, the urban lake’s watershed is the surrounding land area that drains into that particular lake
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Golauli forest dwellers will be rehabilitated in Thane: CM 6.2.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Panaji Stating that the government has reinforced the power of the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) as regards providing compensation to the residents of forest areas, as linked to the forest issues, Chief Minister Pramod Sawant on Wednesday informed the state legislative assembly that the government has taken a decision to relocate …
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Cong opposes 56 urban villages decision 4.2.2020 The Navhind Times
The decision of the government to put 56 villages in the urban category will result in a rise of all taxes including house tax. How this will benefit the people of these villages, the Congress has questioned on Monday.  The revenue department had notified 56 villages as urban in a order dated 30th January. The Congress …
BJP regime saw more farmer suicides 3.2.2020 Metros | The Asian Age
The data also pointed out that Maharashtra recorded 11,377 farmer suicides in the first decade of the 21st century -- 2001 to 2010.
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Govt forms committee to review provisionally identified private forest areas 1.2.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Panaji The government has constituted a review committee headed by the Conservator of Forests (Conservation) to review the private forests areas provisionally identified by the North and South Goa Forest Division Committees. The Additional Collectors (North and South Goa Districts); director of settlement and land records; director of agriculture; and assistant conservators of …
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Govt dilly-dallying over appointment of forest settlement officer 30.1.2020 Goa News – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Panaji The file forwarded by the forest department for appointing a full-time collector or forest settlement officer to inquire into and determine the existence, nature and extent of any rights alleged to exist in favour of any person in or over any land comprised within such limits or in or over any forest …
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Backlog Posts 30.1.2020 Central Chronicle
In the election years the State Government has decided to fill up 20000 posts laying in various department. Most of such posts were left vacant after the retirements and few by way of death or resignation. It was a sort of economy drive but resulted in severe staff shortage and hampering of Government working. The highest number 2000 post are kept vacant in the Revenue Department causing shortage of Patwari, Revenue Inspectors, Tehsildars. Besides these 20000 posts the Government has decided to recruit 30-40 thousand teachers but even after it the post of another 40 thousand teachers will remain vacant. Many schools will face the shortage of school teachers and the teaching will be affected for some more years to come. The Chief Secretary is reviewing the situation with Professional Examination Board to hold the qualifying examination as early as possible.
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Land Diversion 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The great relief is provided to owner of agricultural land in getting its diversion for other purposes. So far the permission of the court of SDM – Revenue was necessary. Now the land owners can divert his or her land anyway he likes. They are now themselves calculate the amount of land revenue and the amount of premium payable for diversion purposes and deposit it. The receipt for the payment will be treated as proof of diversion. There are changes in the procedure of demarcation also. The land demarcation are done by the office of Tehsildars.Now if the party is not satisfied with the decision of Tehsildar he can appeal against it to the SDM, who will get the demarcation done by the team of specialists. The assistance will be taken of private authorized agencies to settle cases of demarcation. In the land records and urban land management now the name of the sector will be given instead of Patwari area. Now the proceedings of the land survey will be undertaken by the collectors and entire district ...
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Ayodhya 29.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Before the final verdict on Ayodhya-Ramlala-Babri Masjid the Supreme Court has given a directional strong verdict that “It is a case of land dispute” and will be dealt that way. Giving two weeks time on February 8 for translation of certain document and books the court fixed the next day of hearing on March 14 and ruled that thereafter the hearing will go on daily basis till final disposal. The 3 judge Special Branch headed by the Chief Justice Mr.Dipak Mishra is hearing the appeals filed against the judgment of Allahabad Court, which in its judgment of 30th September 2010 equally divided the disputed land between the Ramlala Trust, Nirmohi Akhada and Sunni Central Waqf Board, the Supreme Court in May 2011 stayed the Allahabad Judgment on being challenged in appeal before the Supreme Court. The Court said it would not allow any emotion or passion in the matter or any other ground except on the title of the land. On this the ancient history, medieval history and records of British period land survey ...
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Land pattas distributed among beneficiaries across State 29.1.2020 The Assam Tribune
Land pattas distributed among beneficiaries across State
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Odisha begins culling of chicken 29.1.2020 National News – The Navhind Times
PTI Bhubaneswar The Odisha government on  Tuesday began culling of chicken in the state capital, a day after bird flu was confirmed in a poultry farm of Odisha University of Agriculture Technology (OUAT), officials said. Culling is underway in areas within one km radius of OUAT campus, a member of the Rapid Response Team (RRTs) …
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Backlog Posts 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
In the election years the State Government has decided to fill up 20000 posts laying in various department. Most of such posts were left vacant after the retirements and few by way of death or resignation. It was a sort of economy drive but resulted in severe staff shortage and hampering of Government working. The highest number 2000 post are kept vacant in the Revenue Department causing shortage of Patwari, Revenue Inspectors, Tehsildars. Besides these 20000 posts the Government has decided to recruit 30-40 thousand teachers but even after it the post of another 40 thousand teachers will remain vacant. Many schools will face the shortage of school teachers and the teaching will be affected for some more years to come. The Chief Secretary is reviewing the situation with Professional Examination Board to hold the qualifying examination as early as possible.
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Land Diversion 26.1.2020 Central Chronicle
The great relief is provided to owner of agricultural land in getting its diversion for other purposes. So far the permission of the court of SDM – Revenue was necessary. Now the land owners can divert his or her land anyway he likes. They are now themselves calculate the amount of land revenue and the amount of premium payable for diversion purposes and deposit it. The receipt for the payment will be treated as proof of diversion. There are changes in the procedure of demarcation also. The land demarcation are done by the office of Tehsildars.Now if the party is not satisfied with the decision of Tehsildar he can appeal against it to the SDM, who will get the demarcation done by the team of specialists. The assistance will be taken of private authorized agencies to settle cases of demarcation. In the land records and urban land management now the name of the sector will be given instead of Patwari area. Now the proceedings of the land survey will be undertaken by the collectors and entire district ...
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Ayodhya 25.1.2020 Central Chronicle
Before the final verdict on Ayodhya-Ramlala-Babri Masjid the Supreme Court has given a directional strong verdict that “It is a case of land dispute” and will be dealt that way. Giving two weeks time on February 8 for translation of certain document and books the court fixed the next day of hearing on March 14 and ruled that thereafter the hearing will go on daily basis till final disposal. The 3 judge Special Branch headed by the Chief Justice Mr.Dipak Mishra is hearing the appeals filed against the judgment of Allahabad Court, which in its judgment of 30th September 2010 equally divided the disputed land between the Ramlala Trust, Nirmohi Akhada and Sunni Central Waqf Board, the Supreme Court in May 2011 stayed the Allahabad Judgment on being challenged in appeal before the Supreme Court. The Court said it would not allow any emotion or passion in the matter or any other ground except on the title of the land. On this the ancient history, medieval history and records of British period land survey ...
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Tripura begins survey to identify beneficiaries of Bru settlement pact 25.1.2020 The Shillong Times
Agartala: The Tripura government has commenced a survey in the six Bru rehabilitation camps to identify the beneficiaries who will be settled in the state and the entire process is expected to be completed by October, officials said here on Friday. Thousands of Bru refugees have been living in relief camps in two sub-divisions of […]
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