This report is in pursuance of the communication of the NITI Aayog, Govt. of India, vide order No. Q11022/12/2015-Agri dated September 07, 2015 to constitute an Expert Committee, for preparing a Model Agricultural Land Leasing Act, based on critical review of the existing agricultural tenancy laws of States and keeping in view the need to legalize land leasing.
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Library ResourceReports & ResearchMarch, 2016India
Library ResourceReports & ResearchFebruary, 2014India
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.
The committee shall suggest
(i) A Model for Land Titling
(ii) Its Road Map
(iii) Location for testing the Model
(iv) Administrative Setup required for the purpose
(v) Broad Legal Framework (including new laws and amendments in existing Acts etc.)
Library ResourceReports & ResearchAugust, 2008India
This is a techincal paper by Department of Land Resources, GoI. At present land records databases which are being maintained in various states are following state specific set of codes for different attributes like crop, soil, land use, irrigation, season, area unit and location. The Land Records Information Systems Division of National Informatics Centre, New Delhi has initiated an exercise to standardize the coding scheme for different entities in the land records database exclusively for Data warehousing and Mining purposes for central/state datacentres.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2013India
This report is based on the Land and Livestock Holdings Survey (LHS) conducted in the 70th round of NSS during January 2013 to December 2013. The survey was conducted only in the rural areas of the country. The survey covered 4529 FSUs. Some features described in this report are:
- Household Characteristics
- Household Ownership Holdings of Land
- Household Operational Holdings of Land
Library ResourceReports & ResearchAugust, 2012India
The present document provides an insight on the incidences of past disasters, and administrative, demographic, socio-economic and infra-structure perspective of the Uttarkashi district for assessing the vulnerability and capacity of the district in disaster risk reduction. The author has also attempted to discuss the causes and consequqneces of the recent event along with the response by various stakeholders. The report summarises the lessons learnt achieving and recommends measures that would be useful in devising strategies for achieving disaster risk reduction
Library ResourceReports & ResearchFebruary, 2008India
It is in this spirit that the Second Administrative Reforms commission (ARc) in its Report on capacity building for conflict Resolution has tried to examine the background and emerging facets of the many conflicts that plague India.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchApril, 2000India
Impact Assessment Study of Socio-Economic Development Programmes in Himachal Pradesh, sponsored by the Planning Commission, Government of India has been conducted by Asia pacific Socio-Economic Research Institute, New Delhi from December 1999 to February 2000.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchApril, 2008India
The brief review in the repor concludes of various disturbing aspects of the socio-economic context that prevails in large parts of India today, and that may (and can) contribute to politics such as that of the Naxalite movement or erupt as other forms of violence. It should be recognized that there are different kinds of movements, and that calling and treating them generally as unrest, a disruption of law and order, is little more than a rationale for suppressing them by force.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchAugust, 2010India
The Orissa government’s agreement with Vedanta Alumina to allow mining of bauxite deposits in the Niyamgiri hills, the home of the Dongaria Kondha tribe, is an example of how corporate interests backed by state support are trampling on tribal livelihoods and threatening an ecologically rich and important region.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchJuly, 1994India
The first of the series focuses on the much debated issue of forest lands. Retaining the existing forest cover, improving the quality of so-called forest land, bringing back the traditional ethos of preserving forests as part of the Indian heritage and lifestyle and making people part of the greening movement rather than policing the forests, the changing policies over the past century and their impact on the forest cover, the relevance of these policies in the context of liberalisation and structural adjustment are all addressed in this volume.
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