User: napmindia Topic: Land Acquisition Act
Category: Displacement
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Adani Benefits, Bangladesh Benefits, at the plight of Jharkhand's Adivasi farmers 8.12.2018 Sify Finance
Jharkhand government's manipulation of a law meant to protect Adivasi farmers has resulted in benefits for Adani Group.
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In Madhya Pradesh’s energy hub Singrauli, residents felt powerless before the elections 28.11.2018 Scroll.in - News that matters
Displacement, unemployment, environment degradation are some of many problems in this part of the state.
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There’s an environmental cost to disaster and conflict relief – and clean energy is the way out 24.11.2018 Scroll.in
At present, relief operations overwhelmingly rely on diesel for transport and electricity generation, and wood and charcoal for household cooking.
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Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik writes letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, asks Centre to cancel Polavaram project 21.11.2018 Zee News : India National
Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Wednesday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and requested him to stop the construction of Polavaram Dam by Andhra Pradesh's government. 
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The poor bear the real cost of Pakistan’s mega projects because of the Raj-era Land Acquisition Act 29.10.2018 Scroll.in
In Pakistan, infrastructure projects echo familiar stories of the state’s broken promises.
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Disequilibrium: DISTURBIA 13.10.2018 Financial Chronicle
Mass migration and rampant urbanisation have left urban agglomerates creaking as civic amenities have broken down under the sustained human onslaught. Skilling and vocational development is crucial to arrest this emergent trend line as this peculiar strand of xenophobia against economic migrants takes shape leading to greater social disorder and unrest in India. With as many as 139 million moving about in India, it is leading to employment and economic displacement which comes with an attendant backlash Even as agriculture’s contribution over the years has diminished, the emphasis on services has been overplayed. In many ways, services acquired an altogether new hue, becoming the hot button item in India’s economic march. But for India to provide basic employment and deal with rapid urbanisation and mass migration, it requires jobs for the legionnaires coming off the assembly line. Mass employment remains a distant chimera. The economy likened to a prisoner in captivity is shackled by its own growth, ...
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UN Following Kerala Floods "Closely", Says Received No Request For Help 18.8.2018 NDTV News - Latest
United Nations secretary-general chief Antonio Guterres has expressed sadness over the flooding and extensive damage and displacement caused in rain-battered Kerala.
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India needs to drastically reform higher education in rapidly digitising world 14.8.2018 Sify Finance
Independence Day, concerns over honing its human capital come to the fore. These mus be addressed if the nation is to seize the opportunity offered by a demographic dividend for sustainable and inclusive digital growth.
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Chinese Hydrographic Survey Ship Arrives In Sri Lanka On Goodwill Visit 9.8.2018 NDTV News - Top-stories
A hydrographic survey ship of the Chinese Navy has arrived at the port of Colombo on a four-day goodwill visit, the Sri Lankan Navy said.
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Libyan cancer clinic relies on donors to treat patients 6.8.2018 Reuters: World News
One of Libya's few cancer clinics is relying on donors to keep its doors open for patients who often travel hundreds of kilometres (miles) for life-saving treatment.
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National Monitoring Committee has been set up to look into issues related to displacement, compensation, payment and resettlement including those of tribal persons 26.7.2018 Govt of india: PIB
The Department of Land Resources in the Ministry of Rural Development is the nodal agency for matters relating to land acquisition. Acquisition of land for various projects is done by concerned State Governments/ UT Administrations as per provisions laid down in the Land Rehabilitation Act, 1894 as well as under the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 (RFCTLARR Act, 2013).
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SSUM denounces detention of Student activists at Tamil Nadu and Telangana 24.6.2018 Manipur: E-Pao
SSUM denounces detention of Student activists at Tamil Nadu and Telangana
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Hurricane Maria kills 4,600 in Puerto Rico 30.5.2018 General News
Hurricane Maria killed more than 4,600 people in Puerto Rico, 70 times the official death toll of 64, the media reported on Wednesday.
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Vazhayila-Nedumangad road project in trouble 22.5.2018 Hindu: Thiruvananthapuram
Residents fearful of widespread displacement
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Commissioning of Third Ship of Landing Craft Utility Mk-IV ‘IN LCU L53’ (GRSE Yard 2094) at port Blair- 25 Apr 18 25.4.2018 Govt of india: PIB
The third ship of the Landing Craft Utility (LCU) Mk-IV project was inducted into the Indian Navy today at Port Blair. The ship was commissioned as INLCU L53 by Vice Admiral Bimal Verma, AVSM, ADC, Commander-in-Chief A&N Command.
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Robots to the rescue where workers can't be found 17.4.2018 Business Standard: News Now
In a prosperous economy, there are few takers for new jobs
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Toxic legacy 10.4.2018 FrontLine: World Affairs
The U.S. invasion of Iraq, which started 15 years ago in March 2003, has resulted in untold damage, death and displacement and triggered a global refugee crisis, but Washington seems determined not to learn its lesson. By JOHN CHERIAN
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Anti-forest, anti-forest dweller 4.4.2018 Hindu: Opinion
The Compensatory Afforestation Fund is a deeply flawed and unjust mechanism
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Dams in India did more harm than good, says UN Water report 20.3.2018 All News-IANS Stories
Sounding a warning that over five billion people across the globe may run into water shortage, a United Nations report has pointed out that dams in India have done more harm than good to the cause of water security.
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No Country for the Underprivileged: Govt’s Infrastructure Push Has Urban Poor Fighting for Homes 26.2.2018 The Wire

A recent report shows that forced evictions in Indian cities have led to massive homelessness in 2017 even as the government’s record of resettling the poor and providing affordable housing remains abysmal.

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