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Land Acquisition in India: History and Present Scenario
Journal Articles & Books
August, 2016

The paper gives historical background of the land acquisition process in India and the struggle since 1824. It descrbed the political processes in which the LARR Act 2013 came into being in Indian Parliament.

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Journal Articles & Books
September, 2015

The study mainly focused on credit investment in agriculture.. It was carried out in Telengana State using net returns accrued from crops, fruit trees and livestock in three distressed districts. It has identified sustainable and profitable land uses, estimated credit requirement and formulated credit investment action plan.

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Do land-poor gain from agricultural investments?
Reports & Research
August, 2015

In the context of the global land rush, some portray large-scale land acquisitions as a potent threat to the livelihoods of already marginalized rural farming households in Africa. In order to avoid the potential pitfall of studying a particular project that may well have atypical effects, this paper systematically investigates the impact on commercial farm wage incomes for rural smallholder households of all pledged investments in the agricultural sector in Zambia between 1994 and 2007.

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Journal Articles & Books
December, 2014
Democratic Republic of the Congo

Banana-legume intercropping systems are commonly practiced in the highland zones of the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo to maximize land use and intensify crop production. However, banana leaves are pruned during legume intercropping to improve sunlight penetration for the legume. On-farm experiments were conducted in South Kivu province to determine the effect of banana leaf pruning on banana (Musa sp.), bush and climbing beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L) and soybean (Glycine max L) yield.

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