When Land comes in the Way: India’s Connectivity Infrastructure in Nepal

Brookings India

Land acquisition for infrastructure projects abroad is one of the principal challenges the Indian government faces while pursuing its strategy of...
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When Land comes in the Way: India’s Connectivity Infrastructure in Nepal

The Challenge of Building State Capacity in the Land Administration in Rajasthan: Creating a Regulatory Administration in Land

National Institute Of Public Finance And Policy (NIPFP)

You may download the original paper here. The quality of land markets and tenurial rights in land are significantly dependent...
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The Challenge of Building State Capacity in the Land Administration in Rajasthan: Creating a Regulatory Administration in Land

Problems with the e-Courts data

National Institute Of Public Finance And Policy (NIPFP)

You may download the original publication here. The creation of the e-Courts platform for disseminating data from the subordinate judiciary...
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Problems with the e-Courts data
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#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.

Securing property and land rights in India

Land governance and property rights have been historically overlooked in India, and reforming them is critical to securing high growth.

Podcast: The Unfinished Journey of Women’s Property Rights

What do property rights mean for women in India in 2020? How can we think about women’s property rights, the legal context and the cultural challenges to women owning property in India?   Shipra Deo and Devendra Damle spoke to host Pavan Srinath about the long struggle for women to secure property rights and land … Continue reading Podcast: The Unfinished Journey of Women’s Property Rights

Refine land acquisition process to unclog courts

Executive discretion and inadequate compensation have led to litigation clogging the courts. In Maharashtra’s Amravati, Beed and Raigad districts, land acquisition cases on average remained pending between 1,516 days and 2,462 days.

End gender-based discrimination in the Hindu Succession Act

The assumptions in HSA that govern the devolution of women’s property are no longer valid. We must acknowledge the reality of society and treat women on par with men in all spheres of life, including in matters of property devolution.

Lessons from the Rythu Bandhu DBT scheme for farmers: An explainer

How can we better design farmer income support programs- An infographic that takes us through the case study of the Rythu Bandhu Scheme, conducted by the Finance Research Group (FRG), formerly at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR).