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Khamdang-Ramjar MP sentenced to five years in prison
14 August 2021
Bhutan

Khamdang-Ramjar Member of Parliament (MP) Kuenga Loday has been sentenced to five years in prison by the Trashiyangtse dzongkhag court yesterday for illegal construction of a road in a restricted area.

The court also sentenced his brother, the Khamdang Mangmi, Sangay Tempa to four years and three months in prison for his involvement.

Why A Secretive Chinese Billionaire Bought 140,000 Acres Of Land In Texas
9 August 2021
United States of America
China

The inside story of Sun Guangxin’s plan for a wind farm in the Lone Star state and how it incurred the wrath of U.S. lawmakers and environmentalists, becoming a flashpoint in U.S.-China relations.

Power poles and land dispute delay Ring Road widening work
26 July 2021
Nepal

The Chinese contractor has said it cannot start work on Kalanki-Maharajgunj section until the electricity poles are removed. The work is already delayed by a year.

The second phase of Ring Road widening work involving the 8.2 km Kalanki-Maharajgunj section is still in limbo as the high-voltage power lines in the Samakhusi area have yet to be shifted.

Villagers in shadow of Kyrgyzstan dam incensed by Uzbekistan deal
12 July 2021
Kyrgyzstan
Uzbekistan

The land transfer has fueled anger and rumors about Kyrgyzstan’s new populist leadership.

Main photo: The Kempir-Abad dam was built by Soviet engineers in the 1980s. (photos by Danil Usmanov)

The Battle Over Bahria Town Karachi
8 July 2021
Pakistan

The construction of the exclusive suburb has sparked fierce resistance from local residents, who refuse to give up their land.

EU Energy Project in Nepal Sets Landmark Precedent on Indigenous Consent
23 June 2021
Nepal

The European Investment Bank has large investments in Nepal, with four projects in its energy sector, but has done little to stop rights violations. 

Govt okays proposed legislation to protect agricultural land
9 June 2021
Pakistan


Main Photo: The participants were told that under the proposed law, besides the Land Use and Building Control Authority, the establishment of a council at provincial level was also proposed with the chief minister as its head. Reuters/File

Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan sign deal to end border disputes
26 March 2021
Kyrgyzstan
Uzbekistan

Kyrgyzstan has received swathes of land while granting Uzbeks control over irrigation resources.

(Photo: Kamchybek Tashiyev in Tashkent. Credit: Kyrgyz government)

Tajik City's Chinatown Dream Comes Crashing Down
19 April 2021
Tajikistan


Main photo: "The only work they did was to demolish the houses and dig holes in the land," one former resident says.

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