User: napmindia Topic: Land Acquisition Act
Category: Land Acquisition Act
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Land rehabilitation: HC concerned over AP government’s delay 20.4.2018 Hindu: Home
Division Bench dissatisfied at progress of rehabilitation and resettlement; AG to submit status report on Tuesday
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Rorathang-Pakyong road widening works hit hurdle 17.4.2018 Voice of Sikkim
Suman Agarwal Pakyong, Apr 17: The aggrieved landowners living along Rorathang-Pakyong road took onto the streets today protesting against the ongoing road widening work by NHIDCL. More than 200 landowners demands stalling the ongoing construction work and demanded resettlement, rehabilitation and suitable compensation for their lands as per Land Acquisition Act 2013. The residents alleged […]
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Finally, KMRL to take plunge into metro construction 13.4.2018 Hindu: News
Agency invites tenders for the Pettah-SN Junction stretch
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410 acres acquired for Thoothukudi airport runway expansion 4.4.2018 The Hindu - Tamil Nadu
Remaining 190 acres to be acquired within a month
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Congress woos land oustees 4.4.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research
Uttam addresses meeting in Manthani
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Farmers resist Guj company's bid to take possession of land 1.4.2018 deccanherald.com
About 50 farmers were detained by police on Sunday as thousands of cultivators protested against a Gujarat government companys move to take possession of land at a village in Bhavnagar district for a proposed lignite plant. However, the local head of a farmers group said that the police manhandled the protesters, including women and children, and in the process at least five people were injured. The Gujarat Power Corporation Limited had acquired 3,377 acres of land from nearly 1,250 farmers across 12 villages under Ghogha taluka in Bhavnagar about two decades ago, to set up its proposed lignite plant. However, all these years the land remained in the possession of farmers who were cultivating it. The farmers have now been opposing the companys bid to take possession of the acquired land. The company had sought police protection for its task to take possession of the land when the clash erupted, Bhavnagar Superintendent of Police Dipankar Trivedi said. "We detained around 50 people and fired about 50 ...
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10 farmers injured, more than 50 detained during protests in Gujarat’s Bhavnagar district 1.4.2018 Hindu: Medicine & Research

More than 50 farmers were detained while 10 farmers were injured when police fired tear gas shells to disperse thousands of farmers gathered to resist Gujarat government’s company to take possess

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Farmers protest Guj company's bid to acquire land, 50 detained 1.4.2018 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Local head of a farmers' group alleged that the police manhandled the protesters, including women and children, and in the process at least five people were injured.
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Farmers resist Guj company's bid to take possession of land 1.4.2018 General News
About 50 farmers were today detained by police as thousands of cultivators protested the move of a Gujarat government company to take possession of land at a village in Bhavnagar district for a proposed lignite plant. However, the local head of a farmers' group alleged that the police manhandled the protesters, including women and children, and in the process at least five people were injured. The Gujarat Power Corporation Limited had acquired 3,377 acres of land from nearly 1,250 farmers across 12 villages under Ghogha taluka in Bhavnagar about two decades ago, to set up its proposed lignite plant. However, all these years the land remained in the possession of farmers who were cultivating it. The farmers have now been opposing the company's bid to take possession of the acquired land. The company had sought police protection for its task to take the possession of the land when the clash erupted, Bhavnagar Superintendent of Police Dipankar Trivedi said. "We detained around 50 people .
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GST effect on irrigation projects yet to be ascertained 25.3.2018 Hindu: Cities

The effect of newly introduced Goods & Services Tax regime on the contracted works of irrigation projects in Telangana is yet to be ascertained in full, Minister for Irrigation T.Harish Rao tol

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GST effect on irrigation projects yet to be ascertained(As inset to earlier item on Kaleswarama project) 24.3.2018 Hindu: Hyderabad

The effect of newly introduced Goods & Services Tax regime on the contracted works of irrigation projects in Telangana is yet to be ascertained in full, Minister for Irrigation T.Harish Rao tol

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Book reading session held 23.3.2018 Hindu: Fitness
‘Check misuse of Land Acquisition Act’
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Book reading session held 23.3.2018 Hindu: Cities
‘Check misuse of Land Acquisition Act’
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One year on, new TDR goes nowhere 19.3.2018 Hindu: News
Citizens whose properties are slated for acquisition prefer monetary compensation
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Metro to speed up work on Maharaja’s-Thykoodam stretch 7.3.2018 Hindu: Policy & Issues
Move aimed at raising footfall as land acquisition on Pettah stretch gets delayed
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Present tense for GHMC’s future-ready project 7.3.2018 Hindu: Hyderabad
Residents oppose acquisition of properties for road widening on Road No. 45 Jubilee Hills
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Difficult to acquire land for Nanar refinery: Desai 6.3.2018 Hindu: Health
Says CM met PAPs; Opposition protests against minister’s statement before discussion on issue
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Righting wrongs in land acquisition 4.3.2018 Hindu: Home
A Supreme Court Bench will decide whether the law has to be interpreted expansively or in a narrow sense
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To widen or not: Sarjapur Road divides citizens 3.3.2018 Hindu: News

Citizens appear to be divided over Sarjapur Road, with one group supporting its widening and the other seeking fair compensation for the land to be acquired for the project.

On Saturday, sco

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Anatomy of a land grab 27.2.2018 FrontLine: Home
A close scrutiny of documents reveals a pattern of circumvention of procedures at every stage to favour the setting up of the Kakinada Special Economic Zone. By KUNAL SHANKAR
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