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The West Bengal Chief Minister, Mr Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, today highlighted the problems plaguing the rural economy and emphasised the need to implement land reform programmes to improve the plight

The Government had recently made an effort to distribute land to Dalits in rural areas of Madhya Pradesh. However, this has not brought an end to their woes. They now face a new battle against rich

The Paryavaran Suraksha Samiti (PSS) has questioned the rationale behind the ambitious Rs 54,000 crore Kalpasar project, in Ahmedabad, which involves the construction of a barrage across the Gulf of

To enhance availability of natural gas, the government has paced import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) on open general license and Petronet LNG will be setting up a 5 mt LNG terminal at Dahej by

Defending the Karnataka State's decision to release water to Sholapur in Maharashtra, Agriculture Produce Marketing Cooperatives (APMC) Minister B.S. Patil Sasanur said releasing water through the

Can a river flow in the reverse direction all of a sudden? The mighty Krishna river, the lifeline of North Karnataka, has now started flowing from a lower riparian state, Karnataka, to the upper

Report on Amendment to Section 6 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894. This Report is prepared for the purpose of removing the lacuna in sec. 6 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894, which has come to light in view of the decision of the Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court of India in its recent judgment in Padmasundara Rao (dead) & Others vs.

The respondent No.7, who is admittedly a leader of national stature, a reputed Member of Parliament for years and a former Prime Minister of the country is accused of usurping about 600 acres of land in Village Bhondsi of the State of Haryana by manipulations and resort to exercise of his political influence.

As many as 12 more CNG retail outlets will be opened in the national capital of Delhi during 2001-02, Lok Sabha was told on Thursday. During the next financial year, opening of CNG outlets in Delhi

Seven planets and the moon to come in a straight line: A rare astronomical event is on the cards on May 4, when seven out of the nine planets of the solar system, including the earth, would be in one