Sarup Sinha
Meghalaya

Sarup is a researcher and doctoral student in Political Science at the North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong. His research interests lie in the area of ethnic and land conflicts, political ecology and development and urban spaces of Northeast India. He has a Masters’ degree in Development Studies from the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati. He has previously done research/internships with NABARD, Oxford Microfinance Initiative (renamed Oxford Development Consultancy) and CSDS (Lokniti Programme).

Border Dispute
Common
Forest and Non-Forest

Assam-Mizoram Border Dispute Leads to Clashes; Houses Torched, Many Injured

Vairengte Village, Mizoram

Kolasib

Sector:

Land Use

State:

Mizoram

Communal/Ethnic Conflict
Both
Forest and Non-Forest

Mizo, Bengali Organisations in Tripura Oppose Large-scale Resettlement of Brus

Jampui Hills

North Tripura

Sector:

Land Use

State:

Tripura

Border Dispute
Common
Non-Forest (Other than Grazing Land)

Border Dispute in Nagaland's Peren District Leads to Firing, Torching of Houses

Lamhainamdi

Peren

Sector:

Land Use

State:

Nagaland

Urban Development (Other than Smart Cities)
Common
Non-Forest (Other than Grazing Land)

Dalit Sikhs Resist Meghalaya Government's Relocation Attempt from Sweepers' Colony, Move Court

Sweepers' Colony, Bara Bazar

East Khasi Hills

Sector:

Infrastructure

State:

Meghalaya