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12th January 2014 : Assessing the implementation of Forest Rights Act, Sagai Village, Narmada, Gujarat
Published on : Sunday, January 12, 2014
Workshop on Property Rights, Assessing the implementation of Forest Rights Act, Organised by ARCH & Liberty Institute in partnership with Friedrich Naumann Foundation
Sept 16-17: Workshop on Property Right For the Poor and the Forest Right Act
Published on : Monday, September 16, 2013
Workshop on Property Right For the Poor and the Forest Right Act 16 & 17 September, 2013 at Jeevan Sangham, Bodhgaya, Bihar
The original sinners of Singur
Published on : Wednesday, October 08, 2008
The destruction of land administration, painstakingly built by the British, has undone capitalism in India, writes Sauvik Chakraverti in Mint.
Ground Reality: property rights on the Agenda
Published on : Saturday, March 24, 2007
Indians have been slowly, but steadily, surrendering the most fundamental of rights—the right to property—from almost the very inception of the Republic in 1950. But today, a momentum seems to be building from the grassroots, a growing recognition that property rights could be an issue that unites Bharat and India, the poor and the rich alike, writes Barun S. Mitra in the Hindustan Times.
Restoring Property Rights, Protecting People
Published on : Wednesday, March 21, 2007
Lives lost at Nandigram in West Bengal cannot be revived, but if the country comes together for the restoration property rights as a fundamental right in the Indian Constitution, then this tragedy could yet be redeemed, writes Barun Mitra
Fields of Conflict from Beijing to Bengal
Published on : Tuesday, March 20, 2007
From Beijing to Bengal, people are opposing industrialisation. Is there a message here? If Bengal wants to follow China's growth path, it is time to ensure protection of privet property rights. Jehangir S. Pocha in Beijing and Ashis Chakrabarti in Calcutta look at the problem in The Telegraph.
Reverse Robin Hood Land Reform
Published on : Tuesday, March 20, 2007
The entire blame game over the land acquisition in Singur has become too confusing to track. It doesn't help gain clarity when the Left begins to support large companies and the Right supports Left-wing activists to save farmers. The answer lies in reinstating an individual's fundamental right to private property—which was abolished in 1978—and stop the abuse of the power of eminent domain, writes Shruti Rajagopalan in the Mint.
Communists comfortable with violence
Published on : Tuesday, March 20, 2007
It was a unique experience to encounter Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, a communist leader and chief minister of West Bengal, who so readily, and so openly, admitted past errors. Many who met him came away charmed by his personality and convinced by his commitment to change the economic face of the state. It all seemed too good to be true. It came unstuck with the acts of terror in Nandigram on March 14, 2006. And Nandigram is one of a series that stretches back to Keshpur, Nanur, and maybe even further back in time. Rudrangshu Mukherjee looks at the terror tactics of the communists in The Telegraph.


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