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Land Acquisition Act

Land Acquisition in India: News Updates: 21 November, 2013

1. Land Acquisition Act has ‘loopholes’, says activist Medha Patkar: Medha Patkar today claimed there are “loopholes” in the Land Acquisition Act and political parties should listen to the voice of the “struggling people” if they want to resolve the conflicts over the issue of land. http://www.firstpost.com/india/land-acquisition-act-has-loopholes-says-activist-medha-patkar-1240725.html

2. Human rights defender Ms Agnes Kharshiing released; struggle for land rights of indigenous people continues: http://www.humanrights.asia/news/urgent-appeals/AHRC-UAU-032-2013

3. Privileging landowners over farm workers: http://www.thehindu.com/books/books-reviews/privileging-landowners-over-farm-workers/article5364822.ece?homepage=true

4. Villagers at NHAI door to give land. – 153 families near Jalpaiguri offer land for NH31D four-laning: http://www.telegraphindia.com/1131119/jsp/siliguri/story_17585632.jsp#.Uo2i_NKBn_k

5. Farmers oppose Pune‘s new airport plan; Ajit Pawar says land acquisition only with consent: http://www.indianexpress.com/news/farmers-oppose-pune-s-new-airport-plan–ajit-pawar-says-land-acquisition-only-with-consent/1196792/

6. Zero wait policy for airport land: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/navi-mumbai/Zero-wait-policy-for-airport-land/articleshow/26115130.cms

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