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Policy Papers & Briefs
October 2014
India

Government of India launched the Green India Mission (GIM), which is one of the eight missions, forming part of its national strategy to address climate change through improving forest cover and quality. 

Journal Articles & Books
October 2014
India

This monograph is published by Centre for Economic and Social Studies (CESS), Hyderabad observed large scale acquisition of agricultural lands in India in recent years for Special Economic Zones (SEZs), thermal power plants, irrigation projects etc., have become serious issue of socio-political contestation.

Reports & Research
September 2014
India

This report comprises of a comprehensive assessment of the status of land governance in the Indian state of Bihar, by using the World Bank’s Land Governance Assessment Framework (LGAF) during 2013-1014. This report presents its findings. The assessment was taken up in nine distinct thematic areas of land governance as envisaged in the LGAF.

Reports & Research
August 2014
India

This report comprises of a comprehensive assessment of the status of land governance in the Indian state of Odisha, by using the World Bank’s Land Governance Assessment Framework (LGAF) during 2013-1014. This report presents its findings. The assessment was taken up in nine distinct thematic areas of land governance as envisaged in the LGAF.

Reports & Research
August 2014
India

This report comprises of a comprehensive assessment of the status of land governance in the Indian state of West Bengal, by using the World Bank’s Land Governance Assessment Framework (LGAF) during 2013-1014. This report presents its findings. The assessment was taken up in nine distinct thematic areas of land governance as envisaged in the LGAF.

Reports & Research
July 2014
India

The report aims to understand the nature of vulnerability and recovery of selected coastal communities in Odisha since super-cyclone of 1999. With intensive fieldwork in eight sites across coastal Odisha, the report takes a detailed look at livelihood trajectories, processes of housing reconstruction and access to community-based NGOs and state assistance.

Policy Papers & Briefs
April 2014
India

The unauthorised colony (UAC) is one of the seven types of ‘unplanned’ settlement designated by the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD). UACs are residential settlements built in contravention of zoning regulations, developed either in violation of Delhi’s master plans or on ‘illegally’ subdivided agricultural land.

Act, Rules and Guidelines, Forest Rights Act, 2006
Legislation & Policies
April 2014
India

Ministry of Tribal Affairs(MoTA), Government of India provides definintion of forest land as per FRA, different types of forest rights as per FRA, and comprehensive rules and guidelines related to FRA.

Reports & Research
February 2014
India

With a view to give necessary impetuous to the exercise of titling, the Government of India in DoLR, Ministry of Rural Development formed expert comittee.

Reports & Research
February 2014
India

The Department of Revenue and Disaster Management, Government of Haryana deals with maintaining   and  updating   of   revenue   records,   transaction   by   way   of   sale,   mortgage, collection   of   revenue,   consolidation of   holdings,   etc.

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