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The amended Biological Diversity Act puts profits over people

One amendment uses “ease of doing business” as a rationale for conglomerates to be excused from paying a share of their profits to tribal populations.

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Priyansha Chouhan

December 19, 2023

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हार में 2020-21 में जल जीवन हरियाली मिशन के तहत 85,233 सोख्ता निर्माण हुआ है। इसके बावजूद सरकारी आंकड़े बताते हैं कि राज्य का भूजल स्तर गिर रहा है
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बिहार की जल जीवन हरियाली योजना पर 24 हजार करोड़ खर्च, लेकिन नतीजा सिफर

बिहार सरकार की महत्वाकांक्षी जलवायु परिवर्तन परियोजना भूमिगत जल, सिंचाई जल स्रोत में वृद्धि और वृक्षारोपण के जरिए प्रदूषण कम करने में अब तक असमर्थ रही है

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Rahul Kumar Gaurav

December 18, 2023

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Joymoti Choudhury says that her family struggles to survive after being evicted from the Silsako wetland.
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In A Guwahati Wetland, As The Poor Are Removed, Big Buildings & Institutions, Also ‘Encroachers’, Untouched

As the Bharatiya Janata Party government in Assam removes “encroachments” on a Guwahati wetland, tribal communities living there said they had been paying property taxes and electricity for many years. State governments since 1991 allotted land on the wetland to companies and influential institutions. Today, 16 out of 17 of these lands, allotted by Congress governments, among others, the wife of a member of Parliament and a powerful businessman, are untouched as the poor are displaced.

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Mahmodul Hassan

December 17, 2023

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COP28: Historic agreement reached on fossil fuels, but developing nations unhappy

Lack of financial commitments and discrepancies between words and actions raise concerns about global commitment to climate action.

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Mrinali K

December 12, 2023

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COP28 opens in Dubai with landmark Loss and Damage Fund, setting an ambitious agenda for climate talks

Finance, adaptation, and fossil fuels are in focus, as countries strive to reach a comprehensive, impactful Global Climate Agreement.

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Mrinali K.

November 30, 2023

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How New Land Acquisition Procedure by Odisha Government Will Dilute Rights Of Nearly Half A Million Tribals

The revenue department of Odisha introduced a ‘comprehensive’ circular to compensate forest-dwelling tribes for acquisition of forest land they hold legal rights over. The land acquisition law protects the rights of forest-dwelling tribes, even if their claims under the forest rights law are pending, but experts say the circular makes it easier to appropriate forest land for non-forest purposes and exclude those enjoying livelihood rights on forest land as a community

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Anmol Gupta

November 30, 2023

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Congress focus on renewable energy in Rajasthan faces backlash on ground

While Ashok Gehlot’s government promises a “greener” future, there is simmering anger against renewable energy projects taking away agricultural land.

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Sukriti Vats

November 21, 2023

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Ken-Betwa link: Villagers in Madhya Pradesh allege raw deal over compensation, livelihood loss

India’s first-ever river-linking project is under the spotlight ahead of the Madhya Pradesh Assembly election on November 17.

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Nikhil Ghanekar

November 14, 2023

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Tribal communities in Madhya Pradesh face persecution for defending their rights

While tribal activists are arrested on false charges, forest officials are accused of colluding with timber smugglers.

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Priyansha Chouhan

November 11, 2023

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सांप्रदायिकता के रथ पर सवार हो संविधान को ‘सीधा’ करती उत्तराखंड सरकार

राज्य के वन विभाग द्वारा किए गए सर्वेक्षण से पता चला कि वनों में अनाधिकृत मंदिरों की संख्या मस्जिदों-मजारों से कई गुना ज्यादा है। सर्वेक्षण में जंगल क्षेत्र में 300 अनधिकृत मंदिर और आश्रम व करीब 35 अवैध मजार और मस्जिदों की गिनती की गयी।

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November 7, 2023

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How MP Govt’s VanMitra Portal Threatens Tribal Rights Over Forest Land

While political parties woo tribals with promises of land titles ahead of the state elections, the VanMitra portal heightens their fear of dispossession

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Sukriti Vats

November 5, 2023

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Chhattisgarh Adivasis Rue Loss Of Land

In a state where nearly every third person is a tribal, individual claimants protest receiving ownership of significantly less forest land under FRA than they applied for.

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Natasha Trivedi

October 27, 2023

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Developed Countries push to move L&D fund out of the UNFCCC

As the crucial WB and IMF board meetings get underway, developed countries look to shake the loss and damage fund loose from the tethers of the UNFCCC (and it’s principles)  

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Mrinali K

October 9, 2023

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Two years after Assam evictions, hundreds of families wait for their promised land

Evicted for an agricultural project in September 2021, thousands of Bengali-speaking Muslim farmers survive in squalid shelters today.

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Mahmodul Hassan

September 22, 2023

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Rich Countries' Proposal Can Block India, Pakistan From Accessing Loss and Damage Fund

The G20 Declaration significantly focused on Climate Finance! But rich nations' agenda threatens to prevent India from seeking money for climate related losses.

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Mrinali K.

September 7, 2023

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Purse Seine Ban in Tamil Nadu: A conflict over Coastal Resources

Fisherfolk's Livelihoods in Jeopardy as Purse Seine Ban takes effect in Tamil Nadu

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September 7, 2023

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Purse-seiners, trawlers, and the epic fight over fishing in Tamil Nadu

A ban on purse-seine fishing in Tamil Nadu has threatened thousands of fishers’ livelihoods – and they are refusing to give up without a fight

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September 6, 2023

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Another Place, Another Demolition: Daman, Run By A Modi Aide, Latest To Deal With Trauma Of Forced Eviction

Appointed by the union government, the administrator of the union territory of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu, Praful Patel, ordered two demolition drives over in Daman in 2023 to remove houses deemed to be ‘illegal encroachments’ on government land, latest in a spate of demolitions in BJP-run or controlled state and union territories.

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Maitreya Ghorpade

September 6, 2023

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नूंह डेमोलिशन ड्राइव: न्यायालय आदेश और विधिक प्रक्रिया की अनदेखी कर सरकारी निरंकुशता का प्रमाण बना एक अभियान!

हरियाणा ने उच्च न्यायालय में दावा किया है कि नूंह में उसका विध्वंस अभियान केवल अनधिकृत निर्माणों के खिलाफ था, लेकिन तथ्य कुछ और ही बताते हैं।

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Sukriti Vatsa & Priyansha Chauhan

September 3, 2023

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Nuh demolitions: Bulldozer might is right

Even court directions were ignored in the frenzy to raze ‘unauthorised construction’ in Haryana's Nuh. On whose orders?

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Sukriti Vats & Priyansha Chouhan

September 1, 2023

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നൂഹിലെ ബുള്‍ഡോസര്‍ രാജ്: ഇടിച്ചുനിരപ്പാക്കിയ കോടതി വിധികളും ചട്ടങ്ങളും

ഒരു വിഭാഗത്തിനെതിരേ കൃത്യമായി ആസൂത്രണം ചെയ്തു നടക്കുന്ന ബുള്‍ഡോസര്‍ യജ്ഞം എന്നാണ് പരാതി

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Sukriti Vats & Priyansha Chouhan

August 26, 2023

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How the demolition drive in Nuh went against court orders and due procedures

Haryana has claimed in the High Court that its demolition drive in Nuh was only against unauthorised constructions, but facts show otherwise.

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SUKRITI VATS,PRIYANSHA CHOUHAN

August 24, 2023

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Residents of Gunduribadi in Odisha’s Nayagarh district roam the nearby forests as they map the traditional boundary of their village in 2022.
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Odisha’s ‘zero villages’ continue to struggle for benefits of welfare schemes

Odisha’s forest villages have been engaged in a struggle with the government for over two years to be recognised as revenue villages.

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Aishwarya Mohanty

July 12, 2023

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Rich Countries Continue To Dilute Responsibility as World Looks To Set New Climate Finance Goal

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June 10, 2023

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Swindled by State Inaction: Tribals in Kerala’s Attappady Want Their Land Back

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June 1, 2023

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After PMO’s Intervention, Power Ministry Drops the Idea of Decentralising Carbon Markets in India

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Prudhviraj Rupavath

May 17, 2023

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Women left homeless in the Tughlakabad demolitions sit in protest, with a sign referencing the BJP’s slogan “jahan jhuggi wahan makan”/ TUGHLAKABAD RESIDENTS
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Field Notes: Fear & Fury In Delhi’s Demolition Sites

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Mukta Joshi & Prudhviraj Rupavath

May 17, 2023

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A power company illegally erected wind mills on tribal land in the Attappady Hills. The state government ordered the company to withdraw from there but that order has not yet been implemented.
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केरल में अपनी ही जमीन से क्यों बेदखल किए जा रहे हैं ये आदिवासी

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May 16, 2023

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Atta ur Rehman, a tailor and resident of New Delhi’s Tughlakabad basti, amidst the remains of his demolished home, built 11 years ago
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Thousands Traumatised In New Delhi: As Law Is Ignored, Homes & Lives Are Torn Apart For G20 Summit

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Prudhviraj Rupavath, Mukta Joshi

May 7, 2023

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Energy major Suzlon has set up windmills on leased tribal land in Nallasingha village of Attappady block of Kerala. A high-level government committee has asked the land to be returned to the tribal people.
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Displaced by settlers: Tribal communities in Kerala’s Attappady block are being alienated from their land

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Jeff Joseph

April 16, 2023

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After High Court Verdict, Thousands Fear Homelessness, As Dehradun Government Begins Illegal Evictions

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March 6, 2023

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Tribal Panel Invokes Special Powers to Evaluate States’ Implementation of Forest Rights Act

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Prudhviraj Rupavath

February 27, 2023

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Farmers in Ramod village in Kotda Sangani tehsil in the western Gujarat district of Rajkot. They have filed complaints seeking corrections in their land titles, which they say are erroneous.
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How Gujarat’s Rural Land Digitisation Programme Was Botched, Starting A Fresh Trail Of Land Litigation

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December 8, 2022

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Future adrift: India’s Indigenous Meitei lose floating homestays

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Mukta Joshi

December 6, 2022

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A security personnel stands guard next to a COP27 sign at the COP27 climate summit venue in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, November 20, 2022.
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The Five Upshots of COP27 – and Its Principal Triumph

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Radhika Chatterjee & Mrinali K

November 23, 2022

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COP27: Adaptation Draft Text Drops Equity, Science Over Poorer Countries’ Protests

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November 18, 2022

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COP27: Poorer Countries Seek Bold Action, Richer Countries Try to Stall and Delay

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November 17, 2022

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How Tamil Nadu has denied its forest dwellers their land rights

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November 16, 2022

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“जलवायु परिवर्तन सम्मेलन में हमारी नज़र विकसित देशों पर है जो अपने वादों से पीछे हट रहे हैं”

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Mrinali K

November 14, 2022

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COP27: “Our focus at COP27 is developed countries backtracking on their Mitigation Commitments”

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November 14, 2022

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COP27: After Missing Funds Promise, US Asks Countries To Ask Private Sector

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November 12, 2022

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Developed Countries Plan To Continue Using Carbon Space of Developing Countries

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November 11, 2022

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Changes in conservation rules ease development projects on forest land

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November 10, 2022

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Forest Rights Act: Over 1.6M Families Face Threat of Eviction From Forest Land

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Prudhviraj Rupavath

November 8, 2022

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COP27 : Five issues that could see developed and developing nations locking horns over

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November 4, 2022

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गुना में जहाँ ज़मीन के लिए महिला को ज़िंदा जलाया गया, वहां सैकड़ों आदिवासियों की जमीनों पर है अवैध कब्ज़ा

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November 1, 2022

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After Tall Speeches, UK Defaults on $288M Committed to Green Climate Fund

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October 21, 2022

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Net Zero Targets: A Shot In The Dark At Mitigating Climate Change

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October 21, 2022

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क्लाइमेट फाइनेंस की अस्पष्ट परिभाषा से विकासशील देशों के लिए दिक्कत

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October 14, 2022

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Developing Nations Battle For Clarity As Climate Finance Remains Inadequate

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October 7, 2022

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Are tribal panchayats in protected areas being illegally converted to municipalities?

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September 22, 2022

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A Decade Of Resisting Law That Gives Adivasis Rights Over Forests = Climate Disasters For Himachal Pradesh

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September 21, 2022

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सागर जिले के केवलारी कलां गांव के गणेश चढ़ार जिनकी 2.47 एकड़ जमीन अभी तक कंप्यूटरीकृत नहीं हुई
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मध्य प्रदेश में भूमि रिकॉर्ड में गड़बड़ी, दलितों-आदिवासियों की जमीन दूसरों के नाम

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September 2, 2022

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How Poor Implementation of FRA Deprives Tamil Nadu's Irulas of Livelihood

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August 23, 2022

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सरकार आदिवासियों और जंगल में रहने वालों की मर्जी के बिना वनों को काटने की स्वीकृति देने जा रही है

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Mukta Joshi, Nitin Sethi

July 7, 2022

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Government to approve cutting down of forests without consent from tribals and forest dwellers

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July 6, 2022

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How are Chhattisgarh’s tribals fighting back miners in central India’s densest forest?

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Pragathi Ravi

June 26, 2022

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Researchers at WII Fear for Academic Freedom With New Govt Interference

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June 10, 2022

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How the fight against a pipeline in Kerala travelled downstream

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[विश्लेषण] अंधाधुंध हो रही जंगलों की कटाई लेकिन इसकी वित्तीय कीमत बढ़ाने को लेकर परहेज

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Despite BJP's Claims, Jahangirpuri Demolitions Were Far From a Legitimate Anti-Encroachment Drive

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Telangana govt stalls Podu land scrutiny: Nearly one lakh Adivasis hit

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April 9, 2022

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India’s push to resettle Kashmiri Hindus exposes old fault lines

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April 1, 2022

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Manipur’s BJP-Led Government Evaded The Law, Misled Court For Two Mega-Projects

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February 21, 2022

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Months Before Polls, Uttarakhand Govt Made Mining Easier In State Ravaged By Landslides, Deforestation

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विश्लेषण: पिछले दो साल में नागालैंड राज्य के बराबर जंगल हुए ‘खराब’

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[Analysis] Indian Forests Around The Size Of Nagaland, Thinned Down In Two Years

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Denied Lawful Compensation For Land Acquired for Noida Airport, Farmers Contest Modi’s Claims

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How The Government Buried The Idea Of A Land Reforms Policy

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Drones To Resolve Rural Land Disputes: A Modi Govt Plan Spawns New Quarrels

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In ‘World’s Largest’ Lift Irrigation Project, Telangana Govt Violates Land Acquisition Laws

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A Protest In West Bihar Shows How Unsurveyed Land Leaves Residents Vulnerable

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August 27, 2021

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Clearance For A Jammu Dam Reveals How Fake Govt Claims Deprive India’s Tribals Of Legal Rights

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A U-turn On An Elephant Reserve, A Bonanza for Coal Miners

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In Crucial Verdict, Supreme Court Allows TN To Acquire Land Using State Laws, Not LARR

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July 24, 2021

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Centre's Plans To Link Aadhaar With Land Records Moves A Step Closer To Reality

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July 15, 2021

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As Mining Returns To Ballari, Farmers Have Nowhere To Turn

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Is Uttarakhand Abusing Disaster Management Laws To Allow Rampant Riverbed Mining?

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Govt Ignored NTCA Warning That Sagarmala Plan Is Bad For Western Ghats Biodiversity

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Laws And Court Orders Say Delhi’s Ponds, Lakes Shouldn’t Disappear. They Do.

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India’s Slow Race To An E-Bus Future

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April 19, 2021

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A Year After Delhi Riots, Muslim Families Are Selling Homes And Moving Out

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Draft Amendment To Forest Conservation Act May Dilute Protection To Forests

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International Org Questions India Decision To Dilute Coal Plants’ Pollution Norms

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Can Forest Clearance Grantees Have Their Names Added In Record Of Rights, MoEF&CC Asks States

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March 11, 2021

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Rich, Upper-Caste Land Owners Will Benefit Most In MP Land Scheme

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March 2, 2021

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An Impending SC Judgment Can Change How Land Rights Are Seen Countrywide

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March 2, 2021

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Govt Land Barter Deal Dodges The Law, Benefits The Rich

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In 12 Years, 11 States Changed Land Ceiling Laws In Favour Of Industry Over Farmers

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Himachal Dam Evacuees Wait 50 Years For Rehabilitation

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Critical Wildlife Habitats Advisory Augurs Future Conflicts in National Parks

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Mega Airport Plans, But A Pittance For Farmers

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Violating Own Laws, Govt Set To Allow 12 New Western Ghat Projects

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September 24, 2020

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Under Cover Of Covid, India’s Poor Are Homeless

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