Can Property Rights Improve Access to Toilets for the Urban Poor? Evidence from India

By Centre For Social And Economic Progress (CSEP)

Approximately one in six urban residents in India lives in a slum, according to the Census of India (2011). The...
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Can Property Rights Improve Access to Toilets for the Urban Poor? Evidence from India

Characterising land and property related litigation at the Delhi High Court

National Institute Of Public Finance And Policy (NIPFP)

There are three common conjectures regarding land and property related litigation in India. First, it forms a large proportion of...
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Characterising land and property related litigation at the Delhi High Court

Inheritance rights of transgender persons in India

National Institute Of Public Finance And Policy (NIPFP)

This paper studies the inheritance rights of transgender persons in India. Using commercial databases (e.g., SCC and Manupatra), it examines...
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Inheritance rights of transgender persons in India
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Can Property Rights Improve Access to Toilets for the Urban Poor? Evidence from India Can Property Rights Improve Access to...
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Characterising land and property related litigation at the Delhi High Court Characterising land and property related litigation...
National Institute Of Public Finance And Policy (NIPFP)
Inheritance rights of transgender persons in India Inheritance rights of transgender persons in...
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The N-LRSI not only helps each state know where it stands in terms of providing digitised land records and associated services but also suggests the specific steps that can help the state improve its performance. The N-LRSI has shown that credible efforts at measuring performance can become a means to secure better performance by states.

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Advances in geospatial techniques can trigger participatory governance in urban and rural land administration. A GIS map can also help urban commons be registered and recorded, and protected from encroachment.

An unlikely common strand of 2020 — land and property rights

A continued focus on land and property rights is important — these cross-cutting issues not only impact the growth of India’s economy but play an important role in the lives of all Indians.

Property Rights: A Conversation Whose Time Is Now

This article was originally published on LiveLaw on 24 July 2020, and can be viewed here. As multitudes of migrant workers took to the streets to walk hundreds of kilometres away from India’s cities, even as the COVID-lockdown had compelled everyone else to stay in their homes, it inevitably brought to fore the scale of the housing crises[1]  … Continue reading Property Rights: A Conversation Whose Time Is Now

#Charcha2020 Blog Series: #LandPower – Empowering Dalits through Land

 As part of the Charcha 2020 dialogues held in May, Omidyar Network India hosted a track on Land and Property Inclusivity, where the #LandPower session looked at how geospatial tools can accelerate people’s ability to secure their property rights.

#Charcha2020 Blog Series: #Tech4Land

As part of the Charcha 2020 dialogues held in May, Omidyar Network India hosted a track on Land and Property Inclusivity, where the #Tech4Land session looked at how geospatial tools can accelerate people’s ability to secure their property rights.