User: subbu Topic: Adivasi
Category: Specific Issues :: Land
Last updated: Jul 28 2017 11:49 IST RSS 2.0
 
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No land survey carried out in State since 1964: panel 28.7.2017 The Assam Tribune
No land survey carried out in State since 1964: panel
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Sit in protest staged 28.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
Sit in protest staged
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ADC Sadar Hills fume over endless illegal encroachment 28.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
ADC Sadar Hills fume over endless illegal encroachment
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Tribal development officer's transfer demanded 27.7.2017 Deccan Herald - District
State secretary of Karnataka Adivasi Rakshana Parishat Mutthappa on Thursday demanded the transfer of district tribal development officer. Addressing reporters, Mutthappa blamed the officer for failing to implement the programmes formulated for the benefit of tribals. As a result, an estimated Rs 10 crore sanctioned for creating basic infrastructural facilities at the hamlets has lapsed, he charged. As is the procedure, the officials should stay at hamlets at least once, but there is no sign of visit of any officers from the past four years, he complained. The hostels meant for tribals are in a pathetic condition and the wardens are tasked with supervision of two hostels at a time. The water supply at a hostel in Hosapura is not up to the mark, he expressed dissatisfaction, he claimed. District president of Parishat PRajesh said the City Municipal Council has set aside two acres of land to develop sites for the tribals. But it remains to see the light of the day. Several memoranda submitted to ...
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Politicians, bureaucrats involved: Panel 27.7.2017 The Assam Tribune
Politicians, bureaucrats involved: Panel
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‘Koragas lagging behind in utilising govt. schemes’ 27.7.2017 Hindu: Karnataka
Each family in the community provided with saplings of coconut, jasmine, breadfruit, seeds of vegetables to cultivate, says Minister
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This engineer wants to change tribal lives 26.7.2017 Rediff: GetAhead
Vat Vrikshya -- banyan tree in Sanskrit -- helps tribal women, with absolutely zero formal education, set up businesses.
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Illegal migrants greatest threat to indigenous people 26.7.2017 The Assam Tribune
Illegal migrants greatest threat to indigenous people
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Oust Hindi speaking people and settle indigenous people who lost their land in floods: ULFA faction 26.7.2017 TOI: India
Assam forest minister, Parmila Rani Brahma have stated that she had made attempts to rehabilitate some of the landless indigenous people of the state.
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House okays four demands Oppn points to infrastructure shortage 26.7.2017 Manipur: E-Pao
House okays four demands Oppn points to infrastructure shortage
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Free trade deal hurts women, indigenous people: Rights groups 25.7.2017 ET: Policy
RCEP would create a free trade area of more than 3.5 bn people, bringing together China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand as well as Southeast Asian nations.
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‘RCEP will hit economically backward women the most’ 24.7.2017 Hindu: Cities
Worst hit will be families with female heads, 23 million of which are in rural areas
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The Government of Canada invests USD 25.7 million in the Lake Winnipeg Basin Program 24.7.2017 New Kerala: World News
WINNIPEG, July 24, 2017 : Canada is committed to providing strong support for the restoration and improvement of valuable freshwater resources in Lake Winnipeg and its basin.
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Ten-rupee and lower coins not being accepted in shops: JD(U) MP in RS 24.7.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Ali Anwar Ansari said coins should be taken back as second phase of demonetisation
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Regional consultation seeks early fulfilment of Bodoland demand 24.7.2017 The Assam Tribune
Regional consultation seeks early fulfilment of Bodoland demand
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‘State leaders using influx issue to build their careers’ 24.7.2017 The Assam Tribune
‘State leaders using influx issue to build their careers’
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J'khand dam to eat into land for tiger habitat 24.7.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
The National Board for Wildlife (NBWL) has cleared the construction of the incomplete Kutku Mandal dam, as part of the North Koel irrigation project, that will submerge and fragment over 1,000 hectares of forests and 15 villages inside Palamau Tiger Reserve (PTR), Latehar district, Jharkhand. After the Ken-Betwa river linking project in Panna, Madhya Pradesh, this is the second big project NBWL has recently cleared inside prime tiger habitat. The project has been in the works since the 1970s, but got a renewed push from the Centre and the Prime Minsiter's Office from 2015 onwards. A substantial portion of the Kutku dam was built till 1997, but it came to a halt after intense protests by local tribal communities against the impending displacement. The project will submerge 116 sq km of Palamau habitat out of a total of 1,129 sq km. The reserve has seen its tiger population dwindle from 42 in 2003 to a mere 3, owing to grossly weak staff strength and strikes caused by Left-wing extremist groups. ...
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Long wait continues for tribals, forest dwellers 24.7.2017 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Only 472 have received title deeds
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Land rights panel submits interim report 23.7.2017 The Assam Tribune
Land rights panel submits interim report
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Title deeds for tribespeople in a month 22.7.2017 Hindu: Kerala
Minister asks ITDP officials to receive applications and expedite process for beneficiaries at Aruvikkara
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