Aquaculture is widely considered to have the potential to reduce poverty and enhance food security.

The surveys on Land & Livestock Holdings of the National Sample Survey(NSS) are the primary source of data on various types of land, classified by kind and duration of possession by the households, pattem of land use in terms of cropping or iivestock farming etc.

This booklet is the second in the series on small and marginal farmers in India and presents the advantages of agroecological practices.

The State of Food and Agriculture 2014: Innovation in family farming analyses family farms and the role of innovation in ensuring global food security, poverty reduction and environmental sustainability.

The Community Land Bill 2014 - An act of Parliament to give effect to Article 63 (5) of the Constitution; to provide for the recognition, protection, management and administration of community land; to establish and define the functions and powers of Community Land Boards and management committees; to provide for the powers of county governments

This paper investigates the underlying causes of poor economic growth of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh (UP), India, despite being endowed with relatively rich natural resources. Against the conventional view, the analysis reveals that poor economic growth is not due to a particular factor but an outcome of a myriad of social, economic and political factors rooted in structural, historical and macro-economic policies.

Chief Minister Anandiben Patel carried forward the 7th edition of Garib Kalyan Mela to Valsad district and distributed records of land rights to 7,000 tribals of six districts of the south Gujarat,

While Bhutan has made remarkable gains in reducing extreme poverty, sections of its population remain vulnerable to falling back into poverty, says the Bhutan Poverty Assessment Report.

An Act to conserve the paddy land and wetland and to restrict the conversion or reclamation thereof in order to promote growth in the agricultural sector in the state of Manipur.

A Bill to provide for, and expedite the process of, land acquisition for public purposes with the least disturbance to owners of the land and other interested persons and to provide for fair and better compensation to the persons whose land is acquired and to compensate in monetized form for their rehabilitation and resettlement and for matters