Locating the Breach

An analysis of over 700 ongoing land conflicts and a study of the social, economic and legislative factors causing these conflicts. It lays the foundation for future investigations and research around the political economy of land in India.
Other Publications

Land Conflicts in India

An interim analysis of 289 ongoing land conflicts in the country. The study provides inferences about the spatial and sectoral distribution of these conflicts and how they affect close to 32 lakh people, thus revealing the structural flaws in the social, agrarian and institutional structures.
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Mapping land conflicts and their impact of human rights and investments in India.

Paper prepared for presentation at the 2020 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty.
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Subversion of the due process for seeking consent of communities in land acquisition and the resultant land conflicts.

Paper prepared for presentation at the 2020 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty.
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Changing political economy of coal mining, the rights of forest-dwellers and due process in India's coal-bearing areas.

Paper prepared for presentation at the 2020 World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty.
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