Land Acquisition case: Justice Arun Mishra will not recuse himself from hearing matter despite petitioners' demands, says Supreme Court
The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that Justice Arun Mishra will not recuse from hearing a Constitution bench matter challenging provisions of the Land Acquisition Act
Despite new land acquisition Act, farmers remain vulnerable to poor compensation as many states dilute law for several sectors
The government has had an uninterrupted reign with land acquisitions for many decades, and only recently has their unbridled existence been challenged.
Union Budget 2019: As Nirmala Sitharaman readies for her maiden budget, answers to some long-forgotten promises are awaited
The Budget should spell out ways to achieve real transparency in electoral funding.
Divisions in Congress-led alliance in Jharkhand could hurt people's movements for land rights, says Hemant Soren
An internal contest over seat-sharing in the Congress-led grand alliance in Jharkhand can throw a cordon of doubt over the opposition’s ability and intention to rewrite the land rights acts that it has formed as part of the political narrative to challenge the BJP in the state
Jharkhand bandh: Police foil Opposition's protests against land acquisition bill; detain thousands, including key leaders
The bandh seems to have been successful in the hinterland, with daily life coming to a standstill in districts such as Godda, Sahebganj, Chatra and Jamtara. In Deoghar, workers of JVM, JMM, Congress, RJD and CPM held a protest at Tower Chowk.
Jharkhand Opposition call for 'bandh' to protest against amendments in Land Acquisition Act; officials take security precautions
Joining of all Opposition parties in the bandh could be seen as the unity among the non-BJP parties in view of the upcoming general elections next year.
Distressed farmers of Kisan Putra Andolan movement seek abolition of 'anti-farmer' Article 31B of Constitution
A farmers' group has taken its fight for higher remuneration to the Supreme Court, where it has filed a petition challenging an Article in the Constitution
Over 5,000 people in Gujarat's Bhavnagar district, battling against the acquisition of land by a state power utility, have written letters to authorities seeking permission to die, a farmers' body leader on Tuesday claimed.
Supreme Court says the institution will 'go forever' if judicial discipline and propriety are not maintained
The Supreme Court on Wednesday warned that if judicial discipline and propriety were not maintained, then the institution will "go forever".
Maharashtra allows industrial land to be put to residential or commercial use; move reminiscent of mills' redevelopment
In order to create more affordable housing in the state, Maharashtra has cleared the conversion of industrial zones into residential and commercial ones.
Zameen Samadhi Satyagraha: Why scores of farmers in a Rajasthan village are burying themselves in neck-deep pits
Farmers in Rajasthan have been staging a unique protest - Zameen Samadhi Satyagraha - for the last five days in Ninder village to oppose acquisition of land
Mumbai-Nagpur Expressway promises prosperity, but spells misery for Nashik farmers forced to give up land
Around 10,000 hectares of land, most if it homestead and farms, is being acquired for the Mumbai-Nagpur Samruddhi Expressway, to bring "prosperity" to the poorer regions of eastern Maharashtra. But the agitating farmers in Nashik are sceptical about the promised prosperity.
The CBI on Monday questioned former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda in connection with Manesar land deal scam.
The Telangana assembly on Sunday passed amendments to the Land Acquisition Act sent back by the Law Ministry, amid protests by the Congress demanding a discussion on farmers' problems.
The Supreme Court on Friday termed as "infructuous" the appeals of the Bengal govt against the Calcutta HC order, which had in 2012 struck down the Singur Land Act.
On Monday Congress state unit stepped up pressure on Telangana government by submitting a memorandum to Governor ESL Narasimhan seeking his intervention in the Mallanna Sagar irrigation project in Medak district, which had triggered massive protests.
That leaves us with the question: Is Narendra Modi is going the Rajiv Gandhi way?
In a stern warning to officials that government is in no mood to tolerate delays in highway projects, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Tuesday, asked them to shun "negative approach" and take prompt decision to avoid cost over-runs and achieve targets within set deadlines.
Parliamentary panel gets sixth extension on Land bill after many states failed to furnish vital details
The Joint Committee of Parliament that is examining the contentious land bill was granted a sixth extension of its term for over four months on Wednesday on grounds that several states are yet to furnish details to it on a clause relating to compensation.
Saving Private Vadra: Congress is finding false equivalences in the alleged Gujarat land scam by Anar Patel
To associate Anar Patel or any other family member of the chief minister of Gujarat with the company is a complete fabrication, or in simpler words, a blatant lie.